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Registered Taxis List -Contact details in and around Quesada

Registered Taxis List -Contact details in and around Quesada

Postby Jan » Wed Mar 26, 2014 9:39 am

All registered taxis in the area around Quesada (Click on the area you need)


  • One number system for all Rojales/Quesada Taxi's - 966 196 999
Official Taxi parade in Guardamar: 96 672 70 18 / 669 509 559
Torrevieja Taxi telephone numbers (Copied from the Torrevieja official Tourist office information):
Radio Taxi. 96 571 22 77 – 96 571 10 26
Teletaxi. 96 510 16 11
Torre Taxi. 670 445 730

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We at TalkQuesada take it on trust that all the taxi companies on this list are registered and licensed to legally operate in Spain but please make your own checks with the companies concerned, before travelling, to confirm that they have a licence to operate and are fully insured to carry paying passengers. If in doubt please check with your local town hall.

More numbers to come as we get them!
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Re: Registered Taxis phone numbers in and around Quesada

Postby Jan » Sat Mar 29, 2014 7:32 pm

As we have had lots of people asking about the registered taxi's around Quesada and the surrounding towns, we thought we would put the numbers on this topic. I have just obtained the Guardamar registered taxi number from the Tourist office (hopefully there is more than one taxi on this number!) I will add more as we get them.
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Re: Registered Taxis phone numbers in and around Quesada

Postby Theboundary » Sat Mar 29, 2014 9:47 pm

After reading a recommendation by one of our members I tried to book Easy Taxi to take me to Alicante airport from Quesada last weekend. Was told that I would be better trying a local taxi company as Easy Taxi's are based in Orihuela Costa and did not cover Quesada!
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Postby Janjan » Sun May 18, 2014 2:37 pm

Hi
We found that taxis are only allowed to operate in their area but Spanish bars, supermarkets etc are very helpful about giving you numbers if you want a return journey. The exception was an English Estate agents. Didn't know any!!!!
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Re: Taxis

Postby Jan » Sun May 18, 2014 3:43 pm

Janjan wrote:Hi
We found that taxis are only allowed to operate in their area but Spanish bars, supermarkets etc are very helpful about giving you numbers if you want a return journey. The exception was an English Estate agents. Didn't know any!!!!



Yes, I've worked out that you can get any registered taxi to take you to any other area but for coming back it has to be a taxi company from the area you are coming from, which is a bit of a nuisance. We ordered Easy Taxi from Alicante airport once and they were very good (They charged €45 to Quesada - Some 'private' illegal taxi's charge €40) but they can't be booked to go back to the airport from Quesada.

I personally think that if the authorities opened up the areas to any registered taxi (as in the UK) it may go some way to cut down on illegal taxis. Also there could be more work for taxi drivers, instead of making it appear like a 'closed shop' for the chosen few!

Also the main problem is that although each area has their own registered taxis there are only a few for each area, there's 5 in the Rojales and and they are for the Quesada area as well (What a big area for ONLY 5 taxi's??!!) and even less in some of the other nearby areas, as you can see from the list above.

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I love Spain and the Costa Blanca but it is infuriating at times.

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Re: Registered Taxis phone numbers in and around Quesada

Postby Liz & Gordon » Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:10 pm

We stayed two weeks in Pueblo Bravo house hunting late June, intend returning Sept, decided to have a day off and headed of too Manolis (spelling?) restaurant, taxi there reasonable price, taxi on return was double, we asked why answer "its a boundry charge" strange. anyone experienced similar.
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Re: Registered Taxis phone numbers in and around Quesada

Postby Jan » Wed Jul 16, 2014 9:04 pm

Liz & Gordon wrote:We stayed two weeks in Pueblo Bravo house hunting late June, intend returning Sept, decided to have a day off and headed of too Manolis (spelling?) restaurant, taxi there reasonable price, taxi on return was double, we asked why answer "its a boundry charge" strange. anyone experienced similar.


Was it the same taxi on the return because if so there should be no 'boundary'? I've never heard of a boundary charge.
Try David from Quesada taxis next time, he should be able to give a price for both ways if possible. It's only when the areas are separate jurisdictions ,like Quesada to Torrevieja etc that two taxis are necessary. so I've been told.
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Re: Registered Taxis phone numbers in and around Quesada

Postby Ada » Fri Jul 18, 2014 7:47 am

Hi apparently there is no boundary charge it is illegal for them to do it!! I asked Quesada taxi for a price to and from Los Montesinos and they told me that they can only do one way because of boundary's and I need to book with Montesinos taxi for the return.

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Re: Registered Taxis phone numbers in and around Quesada

Postby Liz & Gordon » Fri Jul 18, 2014 9:17 am

We will try David Quesada Taxi,s on our return, it was a Taxi from the Guadamar area that collected us,when we disputed the charge he produced a printed A4 with various rates and journeys.
We felt there was no choice in the matter, but with the advice here we will be better prepared next time.Thanks for the replies.
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Re: Registered Taxis List -Contact details in and around Que

Postby tacticalbeard » Mon Sep 28, 2015 3:48 pm

Try this one Taxi Number 6 Ciudad Quesada 646 214 604. Working for 15 years in the area. He speaks english
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