USing the bus
If you haven't hired a car and want to explore more of Lanzarote, there is a bus service, or 'guagua' (pronounced wa-wa) as they are known in Lanzarote.
There are buses around Playa Blanca, but also further afield to Puerto del Carmen and Arrecife.
More information here: arrecifebus.com
Unfortunately Uber hasn't quite reached us yet. We have a taxi service in Playa Blanca. They can be contacted in the following ways:
Phone: (0034) 928 524 222
It is worth noting that the majority of drivers understand some English, they also usually arrive very promptly after booking and will charge a waiting charge.
Any questions regarding taxi hire, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Walking is a great way to experience Lanzarote at your own pace.
Watch out for the metal grates on the pavement. Some are rusty and may not support the weight of a human.
Similarly with cabling and wires, especially towards the back of the pavement. We advise against touching these as it is impossible to tell which wires are live.
Also it's worth keeping an eye on how long you have been walking in the sun as heat stroke and sunburn can set in quickly in the summer months.
Slightly controversial this one. There are some outlets in Playa Blanca who rent Electric Scooters and E-Bikes although the rules regarding these are a little hazy. They have recently been classed as motor vehicles and can no longer be ridden on the pavement.
Biking is another great way to explore more of Playa Blanca. There are plenty of bike rental shops in Playa Blanca. Ask us more about this.