Taxis are readily available at Fuerteventura Airport, located directly in front of the arrivals hall. Unless you require a certian vehicle, have specific needs, or have a large group travelling with you, there is usually no need to make a reservation in advance, as you can easily find a taxi upon your arrival.

Taxis in Fuerteventura frequently travel to popular resorts such as Caleta de Fuste, Corralejo, Costa Calma, El Cotillo, Morro Jable, Esquinzo, Jandía, and Las Playitas.

When booking a taxi to different destinations, please be aware that additional charges may apply for excess luggage and extra passengers.

The estimated rates for to reach Parque Holandes, a scenic and tranquil village located in the northern part of Fuerteventura, starts from €35. To get to Jandia Playa by taxi, a beautiful beach located in the southern part of the island is between €80-€110 depending on an agreed price upfront and time of day. The fare for a taxi ride on a weekday starts at approximately 3€, while on Sundays and holidays, it starts at around €4. Additionally, for each extra kilometre of your journey, the fare ranges from 0.55€ to 0.90€, depending on the specific day of the week.

If you’re heading to Corralejo, the popular tourist destination located in the northern part of Fuerteventura, a taxi ride from the airport will cost you between €70 – €80. For those planning to catch a ferry from Puerto del Rosario Port, a taxi ride from the airport to the port will will start from approximately €26 or £22. 

Why pre-book your taxi at Fuerteventura Airport?

Traveling with infants and young children

If you’re planning to travel with younger children or infants, having a pre-booked vehicle can help you arrange to get a taxi that supplies EU-approved child and infant seats.

Oversized luggage and sports equipment

If you need to transport heavy or large objects such as bicycles, surfboards or golf equipment, booking a taxi in advance may be your best option to discuss your specific requirements.

Passengers with disabilities and reduced mobility

Vehicles are available that are adapted for motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs and mobility scooters, allowing those with reduced mobility to get to their destination in comfort and safety.