Taxi in Fuerteventura – prices, phone numbers

Traveling by taxi is fairly convenient in Fuerteventura. Taxi operators practice low rates, which is a strong plus for using this kind of transport. Yes taking a cab in Fuerteventura is pretty cheap.

One thing you should keep in mind is cabs operate in a municipal system, meaning that a taxi pertaining to a certain municipality will not pick up clients wanting to travel to a municipality other than the one assigned to it. Taxis are also available at Fuerteventura Airport.  The taxi rank is right outside of the Fuerteventura airport building and it cost 12 Euros into Caleta de Fuste and about 50 Euros to Corralejo or El Cotillo. To take a cab down south to Playa Jandia would cost you about 100 Euros. You’ll find the full list bellow.

The taxis are metered. Even that it is always a worth to ask for an estimated price before you take the cab to avoid a nasty surprise.

Fuerteventura is a popular island with UK tourists and the majority of taxi drivers can speak at least a bit of English. It is always handy to have the destination address written down on piece of paper, especially if you are going to some remote resort, anyway. The more information you’ll pass to the driver the faster you can be there.

Here is few numbers, bookmark this page if you’ll ever need a quick cab:

Puerto del Rosario taxi

Phone number: 0034 928 850 216

Antigua taxi

Phone number: 0034 928 878 011

Betancuria taxi

Phone number: 0034 928 163 004

Caleta De Fuste taxi

Phone number: 0034 928 163004

Corralejo taxi

Phone number: 0034 928 537 441 or 0034 928 866 108


La Oliva taxi

Phone number: 0034 928 866 108

Pajara (Morro Jable) taxi

Phone number: 0034 928 541 257

Pajara (Costa Calma) taxi

Phone number: 0034 928 547 032

Tuineje taxi

Phone number: 0034 928 870 059

Cost of a taxi fare from the airport to most places in Fuerteventura:

Destination Distance Time Price Price 10PM-6AM
Playa Blanca 4 km 5 minutes 6 € 7 €
El Matorral 4 km 5 minutes 6 € 7 €
Puerto del Rosario 9 km 10 minutes 11 € 13 €
Nuevo Horizonte 9 km 10 minutes 11 € 12 €
Caleta de Fuste 12 km 12 minutes 14 € 15 €
Golf Castillo 13 km 15 minutes 15 € 18 €
Puerto Lajas 17 km 15 minutes 19 € 22 €
Triquivijate 18 km 15 minutes 21 € 25 €
Antigua 22 km 20 minutes 25 € 28 €
La Caleta 22 km 20 minutes 25 € 29 €
Parque Holandes 24 km 23 minutes 28 € 33 €
Tindaya 26 km 20 minutes 30 € 34 €
La Oliva 33 km 22 minutes 37 € 42 €
Tuineje 36 km 30 minutes 49 € 55 €
Villaverde 37 km 25 minutes 41 € 46 €
Riu Corralejo 37 km 25 minutes 41 € 46 €
Los Lajares 40 km 35 minutes 47 € 49 €
Corralejo 41 km 30 minutes 46 € 52 €
Corralejo Harbour 44 km 35 minutes 49 € 56 €
Tamaragua 44 km 40 minutes 49 € 55 €
Pajara 44 km 40 minutes 49 € 55 €
Gran Tarajal 44 km 30 minutes 49 € 55 €
Las Playitas 47 km 35 minutes 52 € 59 €
El Cotillo 48 km 40 minutes 53 € 59 €
Origo Mare 50 km 40 minutes 55 € 62 €
Tarajalejo 54 km 40 minutes 59 € 67 €
La Lajita 58 km 45 minutes 64 € 72 €
Costa Calma 69 km 50 minutes 76 € 85 €
La Pared 71 km 55 minutes 78 € 87 €
Los Gorriones 72 km 55 minutes 79 € 88 €
Risco del Paso 75 km 50 minutes 82 € 93 €
Esquinzo 82 km 53 minutes 90 € 102 €
Aldiana 84 km 55 minutes 92 € 104 €
Iberostar 85 km 56 minutes 93 € 105 €
Faro Jandia 87 km 57 minutes 95 € 107 €
Faro Jandia 87 km 57 minutes 95 € 107 €
Jndia Playa 90 km 60 minutes 97 € 109 €
Morro Jable Puerto 95 km 70 minutes 103 € 116 €

Taxi alternatives

Even using the taxi in Fuerteventura is really cheap, compare to the UK prices, there is always a cheaper alternative to get around the island. The cheapest option is taking the bus or to book a tourist transfer. You have to consider the waiting for the bus or couch and most of the time the bus will stop few times before you’ll reach your holiday resort.

Another, and I would say the best, alternative to taxi is a car hire. You’ll be able to go wherever – whenever. You won’t be tied with time tables or limited to the number of bus stops. Getting the car in airport will take you only few minutes (most of the times) and you’ll be able to see places you want to see whiting your own time schedule. It will of course cost more than couch but less than a cab. The choice is yours.

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La Oliva

Located in the north of Fuerteventura, the municipality of La Oliva, which includes the Lobos Isle, has an extension of 356.13 square kilometres (about 137 square miles) what is 21.5% of the total area of Fuerteventura. It is the second largest municipality in the Canary Islands, after Pajara.

In this municipality there are two parks, the Natural Park of Corralejo, including its unique dunes, and the Natural Park of the islote de Lobos, comprising the island of Lobos in its entirety, which belongs to La Oliva administratively. The Esmeralda Mountain, one of the main rock art sites of the island, was considered magical by the Guanches. It comprises the capital – La Oliva, and the villages of Tindaya, Vallebron, Villaverde, La Caldereta, Los Lajares, Toston or El Cotillo, El Roque, Corralejo and Parque Holandes, as well as the recently consolidated La Capellania, between Villaverde and Corralejo, and not forgetting the Lobos.
Among the numerous attractions in the municipality, its natural areas are not to be missed, such as Tindaya Mountain, a singular landscape containing important archaeological and geological elements, or Corralejo Natural Park, with its spectacular dunes. Lobos Park is home to around 130 animal and vegetable species that inhabit a landscape practically untouched by man, and Malpais de la Arena, declared a Natural Monument, has its origins in volcanic eruptions that occurred around ten thousand years ago, producing a landscape of great beauty. Finally, the Protected Area of Vallebron conserves man-made structures designed for farming the land located in the midst of a fertile valley.

The vegetation of La Oliva is characterized by thorny bushes (such as gorse or matamoros). Highlights of this municipality  include the beaches of El Cotillo and Corralejo which has allowed tourism development in the municipality. The necessary conditions exist on its shores for the practice of sports like surf, windsurfing, diving, etc.

The exponent, par excellence, of civil architecture in the municipality is the building known as Casa de los Coroneles (House of the Colonels). It was built in the second half of the 17th century by the Cabrera Bethencourt family, though its most significant extensions and reforms were carried out in the 18th century. The Casa de los Coroneles constitutes one of the most important domestic architecture structures to be found in the whole of the Canary Islands. Due to its complex functions in the immediately surrounding area and throughout the island, it became the centre of power in administrative, military, economic and social, etc. circles and it is, therefore, also a reflection of the geo-political changes that took place in the island, with the decline of Betancuria and the rise in importance of La Oliva.

The territorial limits of the municipality have not changed significantly throughout its history, as these are based on the ecclesiastical demarcation carried out during the 18th century.

In 1837, with the abolition of the feudal estates, the island was incorporated in the Spanish Crown and in that same decade, with the restructuring of Spanish territory in municipalities, the Town Council and municipality of La Oliva were created.

Additional info about La Oliva

La Oliva is the home to the 300 year old farmhouse La Casa del los Coroneles, and was formerly the islands’s social and political centre.

In the centre of the village of La Oliva stands the Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria which is one of the most attractive churches on Fuerteventura Island, the Church of Our Lady of Candelaria La Oliva, Fuerteventura – Spain. Built in the early 18th Century, it has a tower of dark volcanic stone. The church is quite large and has three naves. Inside is a mudejar ceiling and there are many paintings and sculptures by Juan de Miranda.

La Rosita is a traditional family farm north of La Oliva and it is open to visitors. Camels are used here to pull the plough as well as carry people on rides through the fields around the farm.
Casa de los Coroneles is a large mansion that was built as a residence for the island`s military governors in the early 18th Century. La Oliva was an important seat of government until 1880. This long, grand mansion has forty rooms, magnificent wooden doors and carved balconies. The building has been restored and is open to visitors. From the tower are superb views of La Oliva and the 1700 foot high Montana de Escantrago.
Museo del Grano La Cila is a museum in an old granary near the church in the village of La Oliva. In the early 19th Century building is an exhibition on the harvesting of grain, once an important agricultural product on the island. Here the visitor can see various displays, including tools and old photographs. Around La Oliva are many windmills which, in the past, were used to grind grain.

Museo del Grano La Cilla La Oliva, Fuerteventura

Phone number: +34 92 885 1400

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