Connections to the South Hospital by lines 418 and 480

TITSA now connections with Hospital del Sur through bus routes 418 and 480 to enable people in the municipalities of Granadilla de Abona and Santiago del Teide who visit the centre to make a single change at either Costa Adeje or Los Cristianos bus stations.

Line 418, which connects Costa Adeje with Valle San Lorenzo, begins its service at 06:10 until 21:45 Monday through Friday. This line has recently extended at weekends during the year to adapt to the demands of local residents. The first departure from Adeje will be at 08:40 and the last at 22:00. Conversely, the first bus at 07:30 and the last at 21:10.

Line 480, which covers the Arona-Los Cristianos route begins at 06:00 and has its last departure from Arona at 20:00. Conversely, the first bus leaves at 06:30 and the last at 20:50.

The above  was originally posted Titsa
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2 Responses to Connections to the South Hospital by lines 418 and 480

  1. Carmel McCarthy says:

    Hi Queenie, is the Hospital Del Sur the new hospital, it would be great if you could do a piece on the different hospital and clinics in case of illness in PDLA and Los C. I know Hospiten is private and the clinic in Los C is public I found this out the hard way when I was ill with shingles last year. I read the article on what cover is available to EU card holders but the actual places to attend and where they are, whether public or private if they have an Accident and Emergency department or you can see a GP would be very helpful. Sorry to be so long winded. Love your posts.
    Regards
    Carmel aka bellewaterford.

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