Local Bus in Lanzarote

August 9, 2012 | By | Reply More

Bus Station, Lanzarote


The local buses within the island of Lanzarote offer good service and offer wide connections throughout the island. They act as the main public life line for the island. It needs to be noted that the islands does not have any rail or mono rail service.

If you plan to stay a few days in the island and prefer not to rent a car then the buses are the best alternative.

If you plan on making multiple trips then it would be more economical and convenient to buy a bus pass at the bus station. You can avail of upto 50 % discount over the regular price by using the pass. The price per ticket varies by the distance and route you take. Each trip can cost between € 0,75 to € 3.00.


Lanzarote Bus


The local buses called guaguas in Spanish and pronounced as wah-wah are without a doubt the most economical means of transportation to travel anywhere within the island. The buses inter connect the main tourist centres with the Arrecife, Lanzarote ´s capital. It also connects it with almost all the villages on the island. Frequency of the bus can vary widely depending upon from where to where you wish to travel. Kindly also take note in advance of the time table for the route you plan to take. The frequency in some cases of bank holidays and Sundays vary from those of the weekdays.

 On some of the key routes the buses operate throughout the night too.

We are giving below a chart with the buses operating within the islands as a guideline :


Lanzarote Bus Routes



 Kindly note the routes, timings & the fares are subject to change please thus refer the latest charts available at the various bus stations.



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