The Canary Islands’ relationship with the sea is pure symbiosis. A deep bond with the Atlantic that reflects the identity of the archipelago and its inhabitants.
Viking ship in Tenerife
How would you feel if we told you that in the Canary Islands you can enjoy the experience of riding on a Viking ship? No, there’s no catch, because you’ll find it in Tenerife under the name of Viking Tenerife Ragnarok.
This boat has become a real attraction due to its spectacular setting. When we get on board, the ship takes us right back to the way of life of the Nordic peoples from Scandinavia that has caused so much interest in films and television. There will be numerous tables on deck for an aperitif (drinking from horns!) and we will come across fodder and all sorts of incredible details.
entrées.es offers you the opportunity to enjoy Viking Tenerife Ragnarok with this activity. You’ll get on board for a two-hour cruise where you’ll also sail around Tenerife to admire some of its most beautiful views from the sea. You’ll also have the chance to see whales and dolphins.
The south of Fuerteventura is made up of incredible places and beaches that transport you to a unique paradise. Morro Jable is one of the villages in the municipality of Pájara and nowadays it is one of the most touristic places on the island. Here you can also enjoy one of the most unique boats in the Canary Islands, nothing less than a pirate ship!
Discover the schooner Pedra Sartaña, one of the last sailing ships used to transport goods in the north of the Iberian Peninsula. It is part of the living history of the Spanish Navy. Moreover, it is currently one of the few ships on the island with a blue flag, authorised for whale-watching. And the best thing is that you can get on board and learn to hoist sails, tie knots and manoeuvre with the pirate crew. Enjoy this experience here with entrées.es.