How to get to
Visiting Corralejo is very easy as it is right
in the heart of the modern islands of Fuerteventura.
Getting to the island
There are daily flights by many airlines that go
directly to Fuerteventura, and of course also ferries
from Lanzarote so it is only a short trip to here.
From the Airport
It is about 35km from the airport to Corralejo, and
takes more than half an hour to drive.
While there are several routes possible as a visitor it
is always best to take the coast road, or "FV-1", which
has the most impressive views of the sea. Do take the
FV-3 detour around the capital of Puerto del Rosario
though to avoid the traffic within that area.
There are also public bus which allow you to
make the transfer, by it will be necessary to change at
the main bus stop in Rosario. You need to take the
number 3 bus from outside the airport, ask the driver to
ensure he is going towards the town, and then at the bus
stop in the town you should change to the number 6 which
goes to Corralejo. The total cost for both busses per
person is about 5 Euros so this is a very budget way to
of course a taxi is a good option. For a normal
taxi the trip will cost around 50 Euros, but of course
that is spread among the passengers so not unreasonable
on a per person basis. Normal public taxis are
available from the stand immediately outside the
arrivals hall where it joins on to the departures hall.
You may also consider taking a local transfer shuttle
coach of which there are plenty of choices.
From Caleta de Fuste
Situated just two km along the coast from the airport
this popular town is easily reached to and from
Corralejo by bus or by taxi as suggested above.
Regular ferry services are run from Playa Blanca on
Lanzarote to the port at Corralejo by Fred Olsen
Ferries run six times a day starting at 6:30 and take
about 25 minutes by high speed boat. The prices of the
tickets are 27 euros, but there is a discount to buy
them on the web bringing the price down to 24 euros per