Hiking routes in Fuerteventura and natural tourist attractions
Visit unspoilt beaches and go scuba diving and whale watching. The possibilities in Fuerteventura by boat are endless.
La Concha beach in the northern municipality of La Oliva has beautiful transparent waters, fine sand, volcanic rocks and is protected by a natural reef.
Dating back over 50,000 years, this volcano in the north of the island offers visitors a simple hiking trail coupled with magnificent views.
Caleta de Fuste in Antigua municipality is the ideal place for a family holiday and the perfect departure point for exploring Fuerteventura.
Sand dunes, long pristine beaches and desert landscapes. Unspoilt nature abounds in Corralejo, the perfect destination for getting away from it all in Fuerteventura.
El Cotillo, in the northwest of Fuerteventura, is a colourful fishing town with a beautiful coastline, unforgettable sunsets and complete tranquillity.
Fuerteventura has hosted world windsurfing and kitesurfing championships since 1984, revealing just how deeply rooted these water sports are on the island.
Sotavento beach is one of the loveliest in Fuerteventura and offers travellers a true oasis of golden sand and crystal-clear waters.
Created during the 1970s, this tourist resort in Fuerteventura strikes the perfect balance between comfort, unspoilt beaches and sport in the Jandía Peninsula.
This natural gem is home to the oldest formations in the Canary Islands—a must-visit to get a better understanding of the archipelago’s past.