Visitor Guide Marina Puerto Calero

Travel Information



The marina has a taxi rank (see marina plan). If no taxis are waiting, please call +34  or ask marina staff for assistance.

Bus Travel

The local buses (or “guaguas”) are a good way to get to the main tourist centres of the island. Most trips cost between €1-€3 depending on the line.  The Puerto Calero bus stop is just outside the marina. For a full list of bus routes and timetables, visit:

Car Hire

Cabrera Medina offer a service from their office in the marina (See plan). Tel: +34 928 511 126. Make the most of a free upgrade with your Calero Marinas Card.

Bike Hire

Lanzarote offers some very enjoyable cycle routes – for both mountain and road bikes and there is a delightful coastal route between Arrecife and Puerto Calero. Bikes can be hired from Lanzarote Bike via their base in the Costa Calero Hotel.

Travel between the Canary Islands

Two airlines operate multiple daily flights between the islands: Binter Canarias (all islands) and Canaryfly (Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura). If you prefer to travel by sea then the Canary Islands is serviced by Fred Olsen and Naviera Armas. For ferry trips to La Graciosa, check Líneas Marítimas Romero and Biosfera Express timetables.

Health Services


Home Visits

Dr. Gonzalo Martínez Zavala will carry out on board visits. He speaks Spanish, French and English. Tel: +34 675 101 203


Stilo Vitae offers physiotherapy and osteopathy services from a practice in Puerto Del Carmen. Opening hours: from 09:00 – 18:00, Monday to Friday. Tel: +34 677 295 980


  • Central Óptica Tías – C/Libertad, 34, Tías. Tel: +34 928 834036


  • Clínica Dental Tías: +34 928 834 349
  • Hospiten – Tías: +34 928 596 181
  • British Dental Surgery – Tías: +34 928 833 573


There is a Parafarmacía in Puerto Calero, based just under the Marina Office. For stronger medicine and prescription drugs, the nearest chemist is in C/Reina Sofía in Puerto del Carmen. For a service open all day, the Deiland shopping centre in Playa Honda operates from 09:00 – 22:00 Monday to Saturday and 11:00 a 21:00 on Sundays and bank holidays. Tel: +34 928 820 083. Outside opening hours, there is always a service on duty indicated via the website:


Lanzarote’s curious volcanic topography and the vision of César Manrique have provided this island with some extraordinary and unusual visits. Start at the Fundación César Manrique museum in Tahiche and then don’t miss the Jameos del Agua and Cuevas de los Verdes or the Timanfaya National Park visit. An integral part of Lanzarote’s identity is the extensive viticulture with traditional bodegas and emblematic grape cultivation systems.

For more information on places to visit and local culture, visit:

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