The main sea routes are organized around the Iberian Peninsula and the Balearic and Canary islands, as interisland traffic. From the northern ports of the peninsula is connected to the coast of France and the UK. From the south of the peninsula is connected with North Africa in various shipping lines that move a significant number of passengers each year, mostly during the summer periods. From the East peninsular connected with Italy, in addition to the Balearic Islands. And inter-island traffic are organized in different Canary and Balearic Islands. Similarly, from the Canary Islands there are ferry connections with the African continent and the islands of Cape Verde. Just as an insular maritime connection between Funchal and Porto Santo, in the Portuguese autonomous region of Madeira.
Meanwhile, in the western Mediterranean are connections between Spain and Italy, and Algeria and Tunisia to Spain and Italy. In addition, there are maritime lines connecting France to the African continent and the islands of Corsica and Sardinia, with multiple inter-connections in Sicily and the Italian mainland and the island of Malta.
These various sea routes are served by major shipping in the western Mediterranean, with the highest standards of maritime safety and the latest technological advances in order to ensure safety and comfort in hiking.