The three airports can be conveniently accessed through the AP-9 motorway.
A Coruña LCG Airport
[52 km – 36 min]
(+34) 981 187 200
Santiago de Compostela SCQ Airport
[93 km – 1 h]
(+34) 981 547 500
Vigo VGO Airport
[178 km – 1 h 48 min]
(+34) 986 268 200
AP-9 Atlantic dual carriageway (Toll road)
It connects Ferrol with A Coruña, Santiago de Compostela, Pontevedra, Vigo, Tui and the Portuguese border.
AG-64 Ferrol-Vilalba dual carriageway (Toll-free Highway)
It connects Ferrol with Villalba, where it joins with the A-8 and the A-6. Both with connections to the Cantabrian coast and to Madrid, respectively.
A-8 Cantabrian dual carriageway (Toll-free Highway)
It connects Galicia with France through the Cantabrian coast: Asturias, Cantabria and País Vasco. It links with Ferrol in Villalba through the Ferrol-Vilalba AG-64 toll-free motorway.
A-6 Northwest dual carriageway (Toll-free Highway)
It connects Galicia with the rest of Spain through the province of Lugo (link with Ferrol through the AP-9, in the vicinity of A Coruña, or through the Ferrol-Vilalba AG-64 motorway)
A-52 Rías Baxias dual carriageway (Toll-free Highway)
This highway connects Galicia with the rest of Spain through the province of Ourense (link with Ferrol through the AP-9 in Vigo or through the AP-53 / Ag-53 in Santiago de Compostela)
Map of electric car charging points
Ferrol Bus Station. Paseo de la Estación s/n Tel: 981324700
Connections with Madrid, Gijón, Bilbao, Irún, Lugo, Ponferrada, Astorga, Benaventa, Zamora, Salamanca, Cáceres, Seville, Cádiz, Algeciras, Portugal, Germany, Belgium, France and Switzerland.
(+34) 902 42 22 42
A Coruña, Santiago de Compostela, Vigo, Pontevedra, Vilagarcía de Arousa, Cambados, O Grove, A Toxa, Noia, Muros, Fisterra, Betanzos, Ourense, Narón, Valdoviño, Cedeira.
(+34) 982 29 29 00
(+34) 902 29 29 00
Pontedeume, Betanzos, A Coruña, Santiago de Compostela and Rías Baixas ( Boiro, A Pobla do Caramiñal and Ribeira)
Tel: (34) 981330046
Tourist buses can drop off and pick up their passengers at the same stops of the local buses located in the Plaza de Galicia, in the heart of the city.
Ferrol Train Station – Avenida de Compostela, s/n – www.renfe.com – (+34) 912 32 03 20
Both Alvia trains and a daily night train (Trenhotel) connect with Madrid. Also, the narrow-gauge railway (formerly FEVE) runs through northern Spain, parallel to the Cantabrian sea coast, linking Ferrol with Bilbao.
Several daily trains connect Ferrol with Pontedeume, Betanzos and A Coruña. In addition, with a single transfer in A Coruña you can easily access the rest of the main cities of Galicia.
Luxury tourist train that runs through the north and north-west of Spain, from San Sebastián, in the Basque Country, to Santiago de Compostela with start of itinerary in Ferrol.
Tren turístico Ruta de los Faros (Ferrol-Ribadeo)
Information and ticket sales from the month of May in
Radio Taxi Ferrol is the largest taxi center in Ferrol. It has been operating since 1990 and has a fleet composed of:
– Minivans, special high-end vehicles for events, congresses, etc.
– Eurotaxi: vehicles with automatic closing doors and ramps for wheelchairs.
– Hybrid vehicles, respectful with the environment.
Tourist routes along the coast of Ferrol are offered all year round.
Reservations at 981355555
RENT A CAR
C/ Real, 213
981 30 02 34
Avenida de Compostela 4 (Estación de autobuses, Local 1)
981 32 35 99
+34 902 99 66 66
Port Authority of Ferrol – San CibraoMuelle Curuxeiras, s/n
Telf. 981 338 075
Mooring services are offered for recreational boats in transit. Depending on the arrival time (or by notifying in advance), electricity, water and fuel could also be available.
Club do Mar de Ferrol
Ctra. Alta del Puerto, 18-bajo
Tel: +34 981 359 945 / 616 67 85 85
In case of availability of free berths (not occupied by the members), the club offers mooring services, water, electricity, showers, restoration, etc. Docks in A Graña and in Curuxeiras.
The number of people arriving in Ferrol by sea, on board a cruise ship, is increasing. Thus, Ferrol currently has a stable average of about 40,000 cruise passengers annually, mainly British and German.