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Lanzarote Taxi

Lanzarote Taxi General Information and Tips

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Hand picked & english speaking drivers

LOW PRICES

Same price as a regular Taxi from the line

FLIGHT MONITORING

Drivers are always on time

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    Following each ride, our drivers have at least 20 minutes to thoroughly clean the surfaces of the car and ventilate the cabin.

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Taxis in Lanzarote

Getting a taxi in Lanzarote is inexpensive and simple, even though there aren’t many taxi companies on the island. Taxis services on the island are restricted to people with taxi licenses, mostly owner-operated. There’s a wide range of vehicles used for taxis in Lanzarote, including 8 and 9 seaters, saloons, estate cars, and disabled accessible taxis. The most common car used for taxis in Lanzarote is the Mercedes E Class. 

The taxis in Lanzarote have different colours because different municipalities on the island license them. For example, Playa Blanca taxis are red, San Bartolome taxis are white with red roofs, and Arrecife taxis are white with a green and red stripe on the door. Whether you want a comfortable ride on the island or a quick and convenient way to get from Lanzarote airport to the city centre, taxis are your best option on Lanzarote island.

TRAINED DRIVERS

Hand picked & english speaking drivers

LOW PRICES

Same price as a regular Taxi from the line

FLIGHT MONITORING

Drivers are always on time

QUALITY SUPPORT

24/7 Email & Phone support

How much does a taxi cost?

Taxi prices
Day time
(05:00 - 24:00)
Night time
(00:00 - 05:00)
Duration
LANZAROTE AIRPORT TO ARRECIFE
20 €
20 €
15 MIN
LANZAROTE AIRPORT TO PUERTO DEL CARMEN
25 €
25 €
25 MIN
white taxi car with red and green stripe on the front door and logo on the back door in arrecife, lazarote, spain

Lanzarote Taxi Prices

Unlike other parts of Spain, living in Lanzarote is a lot cheaper. Taxis in Lanzarote are metered, and they operate on a strict fare structure. This is generally influenced by distance, time and day. Therefore, your fares will be more expensive if you’re travelling for longer distances, night trips, and public holiday transfers in Lanzarote. 

Here’s a breakdown of Lanzarote Taxi Prices

Rate per unit – €0.05

Day price per km (06:00 to 22:00) €0.54

Night price per km (22:00 to 06:00) – €0.60

Supplemental charges are also added to these prices, and they include:

Arrival or departure at the airport: €1.65

Christmas and New Year Eve (22:00 to 08:00) – €5

It is important to note that you’ll pay an extra charge of €14.53 if you keep your driver waiting for up to an hour.

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How to Get a Taxi in Lanzarote

Getting a taxi at the airport and in ports is easy because they are always available. However, you may need to wait a bit on busy days, but they come around real fast. You’ll find different handlers who will ask you if you need any assistance and help you get a suitable taxi. Taxis are also available in villages, towns, and resort areas on the island. 

Depending on your preference, you can book a taxi online, call for a local taxi, or hail a taxi. Hailing a taxi isn’t always easy because only taxis from the municipality you are currently in can pick you up. 

You can call local taxi offices if you would like a taxi to pick you up, to for door to door services.

Arrecife: +34 928 803104

Puerto del Carmen: +34 928 524220

Costa Teguise: +34 928 524223

Playa Blanca: +34 928 524222

Book your Lanzarote Taxi Transfer in Advance

It’s always a great thing to know that a Lanzarote taxi is waiting to transfer you to any destination and at a fixed price. Booking a Lanzarote taxi in advance is a great way to avoid unforeseen circumstances like cases where it becomes really hard to get a taxi. You can book a Lanzarote transfer from any taxi company online, but you need to note that this may come with hidden charges and steep rates. We recommend booking your Lanzarote transfer with Welcome Pickups to avoid all this stress.

Lanzarote Taxi Tips

  1. Always ensure that the taxi driver resets his taximeter before the journey begins.
  2. Taxis in Lanzarote don’t carry child seats or booster cushions. Therefore, you should bring your own if you need one.
  3. Not all taxi drivers in Lanzarote speak English, and you may need to write down your address or have it ready on Google Maps.

Wheelchair Accessible Taxis in Lanzarote

Most of the taxis in Lanzarote have enough space for foldable wheelchairs, but you can also find wheelchair accessible taxis for mobility scooters and electric wheelchairs. In addition, you can also book a fully accessible 8 or 9 seater taxi with access ramps, large walkways and spacious seatings. Regardless of your destination, you’ll find wheelchair accessible taxis in Lanzarote. A reputable company called Wheelchair Accessible Holiday Taxis provides wheelchair accessible vehicles, and you can reach them by calling +44 (0) 203 585 4040

Lanzarote Taxi Safety and Complaints

Even though taking a Lanzarote taxi is safe, fast and convenient, you’re likely to encounter rude drivers or even a potential scammer. If you come across a rude driver or scammer, the best thing to do is to get the driver’s name, taxi number, and ID number and take them to the local police to lay down your complaints. You can get this information from your receipt, which is why it’s always good to request one. Alternatively, you can call the taxi company where the driver works and speak to their complaints department.

Frequently asked questions

Can I book a taxi on Lanzarote?

Yes, you can book a taxi on Lanzarote, and this is because different taxi companies will let you book a taxi in advance. You need to ensure that you’re booking from a punctual, trustworthy, and reputable taxi company when booking a taxi. Booking a taxi will help you avoid long taxi queues, as well as waiting long for a taxi. However, because taxis are everywhere, you may not need to book one when already on Lanzarote.

How much does a taxi cost on Lanzarote?

Taxis on Lanzarote operate on taximeters, and taxi fares are mostly determined by what’s on the meter. However, passengers can decide whether they want a flat fare or meter rate. In general, taxis on Lanzarote use a daytime rate of €0.5352 per km and a night-time rate of €0.6071 per km,

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