The Port Authority of Las Palmas is a public institution that manages 5 ports: La Luz, Salinetas, Arinaga, Los Mármoles and Rosario Port; in three different islands: Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.
The Ports Authority's main job is to manage the resources and facilities it owns, so that the companies that decide to operate from our ports are legaly protected and free from competition.
As you already know, Las Palmas Ports and its flagship, La Luz Port and Las Palmas have one of the most enviable site and geo-strategic location in the world.
We are in the Canary Islands, that belong to Spain and, therefore, are ruled by the norms and jurisdiction of the European Union. We are in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, very close to the African continent, only 80 km away from its coast, keeping an excellent communication through our shiplines.
But our port is best-known for being a great Service Port, able to offer all the services the ships and logistic companies require: draughts up to 22 m, 14 km of mooring, tugs, cranes, ship repairs, bunkering, goods transportation, container terminals…
This is why we hope this WEBSITE you are visiting helps you find whatever you may need. We thank you in advance for contacting us.