Costa de Antigua Roadsign
A road-sign pointing to Costa Antigua, Fuerteventura
By Car

Take the FV-2 road south from the airport, towards Morro Jable. Continue straight ahead, through the El Matorral roundabouts and past the industrial estate on your left-hand side (a Disa petrol station and Ikea). Take the first left after the industrial estate (the third exit at the roundabout), signposted for Costa de Antigua and follow the tree-lined road to Nuevo Horizonte.
NB: Nuevo Horizonte is part of Costa de Antigua – but you are more likely to see signs for the latter.
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By Bus

The number 3 bus runs quite regularly between Puerto del Rosario and the salt pans (Salinas) at the southern side of Caleta de Fuste, stopping at Costa Antigua/Nuevo Horizonte along the way. Check the timetable though, as some buses bypass Costa de Antigua – so it’s best to catch the bus at half past or on the hour. Times and availability of bus route 3 also vary at the weekends and during public holidays.
The entire journey costs €1.45. This is a great option if you are travelling alone or not hiring a car during your time in Fuerteventura.

By Taxi

There are plenty of taxis available at the airport. It costs around €10 for a taxi from the airport to Costa de Antigua, depending on where in the resort you are. Costa de Antigua, along with the nearby Caleta de Fuste, are the closest holiday resorts to the airport, so taxis are a reasonable price.

By Airport Transfer

Booking an Airport Transfer costs around half as much as a taxi (less than €4 per person) but still gives you flexibility when compared to catching a bus; and you don´t have to cart your luggage from the nearest bus stop. If you are travelling in a larger group, you can book a standard transfer, your own mini van, or a coach for even bigger parties. A far more economical choice than booking several taxis. Click here for more information or to book.

Further Reading

Caleta de Fuste
Top 5 things to do in Caleta de Fuste

4 Responses

  1. Barry Dent

    Great source of information and I can tell that you have put lots of effort in to help others thank you.

    However the bus timetable for the number 3 bus no longer works? (FY)

  2. Julie Mills

    How come your transfers by taxis cost more than a taxis outside the airport would to costa de antigua

    • administrator

      It makes sense really – Costa de Antigua is very close to the airport, and a Taxi driver does not have to wait around for a client like a pre-booked transfer driver would and could earn several fares during that waiting time. Also there are very few Hotels in Costa de Antigua, so very little demand for Coach Transfers. The further from the airport that you go, the bigger the saving you will make by pre-booking a transfer.

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