Travel Information for Puerto Calero Marina
Taxis from Airport to Puerto Calero
There are always plenty of taxis at the taxi rank at Arrecife Airport. Approximate cost to Puerto Calero is €20.
Taxis from Puerto Calero to Arrecife Airport
There is a taxi rank on the hill on the approach to Puerto Calero. If no taxis are there or to pre-book a car, call +34 928 524222.
The local buses (or “guaguas”) are clean and efficient and the cheapest way to get to the main tourist centres of the island.
Most trips are between 1€-3€ depending on the line. Multiple trip bus passes (offering a 50% discount) can be bought at the bus station (Estación de Guaguas) in Arrecife.
The main lines to and from Puerto Calero are:
Line 161: Puerto Calero – Playa Blanca
A full list of timetables is available at: IntercityBus Lanzarote.
Autos Cabrera Medina
There are numerous Cabrera Medina offices across the island, including one at the airport and in the Paseo de la Moda in Puerto Calero.
Lanzarote Airport (Terminal T1) Office:
Phone: +34 928 846276 – Fax: +34 928 846277
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 08:00-15:00 / 15:00-23:00, Sat: 08:00-15:00 / 15:00-00:00
Puerto Calero Office:
Paseo de la Moda, 1 , Puerto Calero, 35570 Yaiza
Phone: +34 928 511126 – Fax: +34 928 511712
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 08:00-13:00 / 16:30-19:00, Sat: 08:00-13:00
FELT and BMC (road and MTB) bikes can be hired from Lanzarote Bike based in Hotel Costa Calero at Puerto Calero. They also offer tours, training camps and the unique Canary Island hopping tour every September.
Contact details are as follows:
+34 928 513489 +34 670 799089
Travel between the Canary Islands
Travel between the Canary Islands is quick and easy thanks to daily links by sea and air. Flights between islands take a maximum of 45 minutes and ferry rides no more than three hours. It’s easy to experience two or three Canary Islands during the same holiday and to make the travel between them part of the adventure. With the variety of landscapes on each island, there is a whole world to discover in the Canary Islands.
Two airlines operate flights between the islands: Binter Canarias connects all the islands and runs multiple planes between the busiest airports every day. With these regular links each island is just a short hop away: You can fly over in the morning, spend the day exploring, and be back the same evening on the sunset flight.
A second airline, called Canaryfly, runs flights between Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura and also has regular connections that let you plan your travel between islands.
If you prefer to travel by sea then the Canary Islands boast two fantastic ferry companies that transport passengers and vehicles between islands. Fast and reliable ferries are a great way for families and drivers to explore the islands.
The Fred Olsen ferry company has five fast car ferries of different sizes that travel between the Canary Islands (Gran Canaria (Agaete), Tenerife (Los Cristianos), La Gomera (S.S. de La Gomera), Fuerteventura (Corralejo), Lanzarote (Playa Blanca), La Palma (S.C. de La Palma), Tenerife (S.C. de Tenerife), Gran Canaria (Las Palmas), Fuerteventura (Morro Jable)).
Naviera Armas has a modern fleet of nine ro -pax ferries offering various routes between the islands and Morocco.
Líneas Marítimas Romero run regular passenger ferries between Lanzarote and the islands of La Graciosa and Fuerteventura and diving excursions in the archipelago of Chinijo.
For more travel information, please ask in the Marina Office.