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Wednesday, June 26, 2019

To the beach by bus this summer

To the water by bus with TITSA

Tenerife public bus company, TITSA, has launched its summer campaign highlighting that the company has 40 routes that connect with the coastal areas of the island.

The campaign, "Al agua en guagua con TITSA" (To the water by bus with TITSA), which will run until the end of September, hopes to encourage the use of public transport for getting to the beaches of Tenerife, by increasing the services, especially at weekends.

During the summer the number of bus users in coastal and tourist areas increases noticeably and Titsa offers a comfortable and safe alternative to facilitate travel and contribute towards decongesting traffic on the roads of the island.

With the arrival of summer, the transport company launches a new route, the 546, which connects Realejo Alto with the Socorro Beach in the northern part of the island.

In the metropolitan area, route 910, which connects the Intercambiador de Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Tenerife Transport Interchange or Bus Station) with Las Teresitas beach, will start its daily service from 05:10, running services every 10 minutes until 23:25, the last departure planned from Las Teresitas. Likewise, route 946 - Santa Cruz Bus Station to Almaciga - expands its number of seats during the summer season.

The 050, which connects La Laguna and the area of ​​Bajamar and Punta del Hidalgo, will depart from the Interchange of La Laguna, from 05:20 to 00:00, while departures from Punta del Hidalgo begin at 06:00 and finish at 00:40 hours, complementing the usual service of route 105.

Route 224, which allows you to enjoy the natural pools of Jover-Barranquera, readjusts its services to offer return trips in the afternoon to the Intercambiador de La Laguna.

To travel to the coastal areas of the southwest of the island, users have routes 120, 122, 123, 124, 131, 138, 139, which connect the Interchange of Santa Cruz de Tenerife with La Nea Beach and Radazul, Caletillas, Candelaria and El Puertito de Güimar throughout the day. Specifically, the 122 (Santa Cruz-Las Caletillas-Candelaria-Industrial Estate of Güimar) and 138 (Santa Cruz-Tabaiba Baja-Radazul) will have reinforcements, especially in the afternoon.

Users who want to go to the south of Tenerife or to the capital can travel on routes 110 and 111, which connect the capital with the Costa Adeje bus station, with trips every 30 minutes.

Likewise, the Southern Network of Titsa unites the main coastal and tourist enclaves such as Las Galletas, Playa San Juan, Alcalá, Playa Santiago and Los Gigantes, with routes 325, 461, 462, 473, 477, 493 and 494.

The coastal areas of the north of the island will be connected through routes 102 and 103 (Santa Cruz de Tenerife-Puerto de la Cruz) and 107 (Santa Cruz de Tenerife-Buenavista) that run along the TF-5 highway.

The city of Puerto de la Cruz is linked to different points in the area thanks to routes 345, 352, 353, 354, 362 and 363, which connects Puerto de la Cruz with places on the north coast such as El Charco. La Laja, in San Juan, or El Caletón, in Garachico.

Route 369, connects Buenavista de Norte and Punta de Teno from July 1, when the restriction of access to the area is extended every day of the week, from 09:00 to 19:00.

Travelers who so wish, may consult this information on the website www.titsa.com, the company's social networks or by calling the information telephone number 922 53.13.00.

TITSA activa su campaña de verano con 40 líneas para ir a la playa

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