Thursday, 05 March 2015 08:18

Bus Travel From Puerto de Mogán

Puerto de Mogán may be the last stop for most south Gran Canaria buses, but it's really well linked to the other resorts and Las Palmas.

The Monday and Friday markets at Puerto de Mogán are always packed and mean that there's plenty of bus lines to the town.

Here's the most useful bus lines that arrive and depart from Puerto de Mogán.


Check a selection of fare costs here and save money by buying return tickets or day passes.

Line 1 is the slow bus between Las Palmas and Puerto de Mogán. It stops everywhere along the coast road to Puerto Rico and then Arguineguín and also in Maspalomas and Playa del Inglés. For longer distances, such as Las Palmas, Line 1 is mind-bogglingly slow and we'd recommend a different bus.

Line 32 whizzes you up the motorway to Playa del Inglés.

Line 33 is  another slow bus between Puerto de Mogán and Playa del Inglés. It uses the old coastal road and stops everywhere.

Line 38 is more an adventure than a bus journey. It goes north-west to La Aldea on the far west coast via winding rural roads. This is the bus that takes you to within walking distance of Veneguera, Tasarte and, if you get off at Cruce de Tasartico, he legendary GüiGüi beach.

Line 84 connects Puerto de Mogán to it's inland twin Pueblo Mogán.

Line 86 is similar but only goes as far as Tasarte.

For Palmitos Park get the next bus to Puerto Rico, then a Line 70 bus.

For Las Palmas, it's quicker to get a bus to Puerto Rico, Maspalomas or Playa del Inglés, then a fast bus to the capital. From Puerto Rico, Line 91 is direct.

Published in Puerto de Mogán

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