Line 363 bus

Take the Titsa bus at the Príncipe De España station .

The journey takes approximately 37 m. Ticket price is about €2 The travel distance is 23 km.

Carrier is Titsa.

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Get off at the Enlace Orotava.


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Taxi

Take the taxi at the Icod de los Vinos.

The journey takes approximately 21 m. Ticket price is about €30 The travel distance is 22 km.

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Get off at the La Orotava.


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Drive

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The journey takes approximately 21 m. The travel distance is 22 km.

Get off at the La Orotava.


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The cheapest way to travel from Icod-de-los-Vinos to La-Orotava is by taking a Line 363 bus with an average price of €2. The journey takes approximately 37 мин.

Taxi is the fastest way to travel from Icod-de-los-Vinos to La-Orotava. Tickets cost €30. The journey takes approximately 21 мин.

Icod-de-los-Vinos is approximately 22 km away from La-Orotava. The trip by car takes 21 m.

The average journey time by car between Icod-de-los-Vinos and La-Orotava is 21 m.

What to Do in La Orotava

La Orotava

Whether you're looking for a day trip from Madrid or want to stay put and explore the small town of La Orotava, there's plenty to see and do in this picturesque town in the province of Huelva. From quirky shops and cafes to beautiful beaches, here are eight things to consider when planning your trip:
1. Spend some time browsing through La Orotava's charming boutiques, especially if you're into fashion. Some of the best places to find unique clothing are El Punto de Encuentro, Gloria y Juancho and Mujer By Mujer.
2. If you're a fan of seafood, head to the harbor where you'll find fresh squid cooked in many different ways as well as some delicious fish restaurants including Pepe's Fish Market. For dessert, try the local specialty called torrijas (fried doughnuts).