where do holiday makers pick up their transfer coaches once they collected their luggage
If I remember correctly, you turn right as you come out of the baggage hall and your rep or the offices for your transfer are around that area. You then go outside and up to where the coaches are.by a travelator. I think there is a lift if it is required.
As said, turn right out of arrivals and follow the crowds up the ramp to the coach park. There is a lift for those that can't manage the ramp.
hi , thanks for the info
Just to add, it’s quite a trek! We are no spring chickens so we always use the lift. The first time we went to Lanzarote, we didn’t realise how far or how steep it was. Plus, the travelator was not working. That was not much fun!
thanks for replies , we now booked last minute travel , to resort and back to airport £40, las gaviotas , no waiting for the coach to fill up , getting too old to start trekking,Edited: 15 June 2018, 23:48
Don’t blame you Peter. We’ve done the same thing for our trip to Puerto Calero next Monday.
I must admit that when we go to Playa Blanca in September, we will probably do the trek as the €50 cab fare could be better spent elsewhere! That’s the one way fare too. We don’t mind getting the coach on the return as the drop off is right in front of departures.Edited: 16 June 2018, 00:22