Free cancellation up to 24 hours before.
|Languages||Spanish - English - German|
|Number of participants||Minimum 1 person - Maximum 40 people|
What the experience includes
Travel with us in comfortable 8-seater minivans fully air-conditioned through the secondary roads of Fuerteventura, away from mass tourism. We will visit places on the island with a traditional architecture where it seems that time has not passed.
After picking you up, we will drive through beautiful places to our first stop, it will be an Aloe Vera farm where you can learn about the properties of this plant considered the queen of medicinal plants. Next, we will drive to the Faro de la Entallada, a place that stands out for its beauty and that will leave you speechless. Nearby there is a farm that produces organic products. We will taste 100% organic and locally produced oil, tomatoes and other products grown naturally.
During this route we will visit picturesque towns such as Pájara or Betancuria, here we will make a stop at one of the best cheese factories, where a typical Canarian cheese tasting awaits us. Then we will stop to eat different tapas, typical Canarian and Spanish dishes before visiting the Cheese Museum in the town of Antigua.
Everything you need to know
- The route may undergo changes due to force majeure.
- The clients of the Occidental Jandía Mar hotel should go to the reception of the Occidental Jandía Playa hotel for pick-up.
- Adults + 13 years.
- Children from 3 to 12 years old.
- Babies from 0 to 2 years old.
- Excursion by minivan.
- Tastings and lunch with drinks.
- Entrance to the Cheese Museum.
Baby chair (€ 8 direct payment to the guide).
Stop at: Finca de Aloe Vera
Stop at: Faro de la Entallada
The building consists of a tower and three identical houses.
It is located in the municipality of Tuineje, about 6 kilometers from the town of Las Playitas, and about 12 from Gran Tarajal.
It is located on the top of a 200 meter high cliff, and is the closest geographical point of the Canary Islands to Africa (about 100 kilometers).
The views are spectacular, both to the sea and to the Cuchillos de Vigán Natural Monument, a protected area due to its high scientific interest. Los Cuchillos are elongated mountains between two valleys, and are the remains of large accumulations of volcanic flows that formed large buildings. Its height is 500 meters.
Stop at: Pájara
Pájara is the southernmost municipality of Fuerteventura, and covers both the west coast and the east coast of the island, being in it some of the most popular towns, such as Morro Jable or Costa Calma.
Pájara is a municipality full of charms. Here you will find some of the best beaches on the entire island, some cozy fishing villages, and natural enclaves such as Cofete or the Jandía Natural Park. The Jandía Natural Park covers practically the entire municipality and has magnificent hiking trails, with the popular Cofete beach looming on its western side, forming the longest beach in the Canary Islands.
Stop at: Betancuria
Betancuria is a picturesque town in Fuerteventura, the oldest on record in the Canary Islands. With more than six hundred years old, and despite being one of the smallest municipalities, there are many things to see in Betancuria: the Church of Santa María, the Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum, the Hermitage of Nuestra Señora de la Peña, the Park Rural de Betancuria, as well as, in the surroundings, the Mirador de Morro Velosa and the Mirador de Guise. Betancuria is the historic capital of the Canary Islands and the place where many tourists find peace. It is also, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful towns in Spain.
Stop at: La Antigua
The small town of Antigua has many treasures to show for the visitor, and its cultural legacy tells us about a past of splendor. The Antiguense plain keeps within it a complex of high historical and artistic value that is reflected in its architecture, typical of the Archipelago of the Canary Islands in Spain.
What defines its landscape are the windmills, whose blades are moved by the soft and warm breeze of the trade winds, which makes it one of the most endearing places in the Canary archipelago.
Stop at: Museo del Queso
More infoWhat to bring
- Comfortable clothes and swimsuit.
- Sunscreen and water.
- In winter it is recommended to bring warm clothing.
- Bringing a camera is recommended.
Meeting point and return
Cancellation fee of 100% is charged if cancelled 24 Hours or less before the activity.