From the airport, follow the FV-2 north towards Puerto del Rosario, then take the exit for the FV-3 (circunvalacion), which is the Puerto del Rosario bypass. Continue along the FV-3, which becomes the FV-1 at the northern end of Puerto del Rosario. From there, you can either follow the scenic coastal route through the dunes all the way to Corralejo, or take the new inland motorway. To take the motorway: at the 2nd roundabout after Puerto Lajas, take the 3rd exit and then follow the signs for the Autovia (motorway).
New sections of motorway are being added continuously, so this is subject to change, and there is even talk that the coastal route may be closed permanently in the future.
There is no direct public bus connection between the Airport and Corralejo, however you can take the number 3 bus from the airport to Puerto del Rosario bus station (Timetable), and then the number 6 from there to Corralejo (Timetable). The entire journey costs less that €5, so this is the most economical option, especially if travelling alone.
As you might imagine, there are plenty of taxis available at the airport. It costs around €50 for a taxi from the airport to Corralejo, so it’s not the cheapest option.
By Airport Transfer
A pre-booked Airport Transfer offers the convenience of being dropped off directly at your Hotel for a fraction of the cost of a taxi (less than €7 per person). Larger groups can also book private buses, for a much more economical price than booking several taxis. Please note that you cannot purchase a ticket for a shuttle bus upon arrival at the airport, so if you want to use this service, you must book your seat in advance. Click here for more information or to book.
Fred Olsen and Naviera Armas operate frequent ferries between Corralejo and Playa Blanca in Lanzarote, so there is the option to fly into Lanzarote and then out of Fuerteventura (or vice-versa).