Free cancellation up to 24 hours before.
|Languages||Spanish - English - French - Italian|
|Number of participants||Minimum 1 person - Maximum 8 people|
What the experience includes
Tour the southern edge of the island in an 8-person minivan. You’ll discover incredible beaches and landscapes, and enjoy a tantalising meal made from local products at a farm. We’ll visit the ancient capital of Betancuria and discover the natural caves in the tiny fishermen's village of Ajuy. We’ll take some time here to kick back on the volcanic sand beach and savour some local dishes.
We’ll continue southeast towards Costa Calma, where you’ll discover first-hand the incredible beauty of Sotaventa, an 18-km long beach of fine, white sands. Be sure to have your beach towel and swimsuit ready!
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Everything you need to know
- Adults (13 years and over)
- Children (3 to 12 years old)
- Infants (0 to 2 years old)
- Private guided tours for groups of up to 8.
Stop at: Dos Reyes viewpoint
This incredible viewpoint is found on the way to Betancuria. It is located between Corrales de Guise and Valle de Santa Inés and Betancuria. There are actually two viewpoints, one on either side of the road. From the northern viewpoint, you’ll be able to see as far as El Cotillo, while from the southern viewpoint, you’ll get panoramic views of Betancuria.
If you are wondering who designed the towering, 4.5-m hight sculptures, these are the works of the artist Emiliano Hernández.
Stop at: The caves and volcanic beach of Ajuy.
Fuerteventura is an ideal destination for families. You’ll find everything you need to spend a carefree holiday. Explore the island by day to discover all the natural wonders the island has to offer, while come night time, head to the lively bars and restaurants to discover true island hospitality.
Fuerteventura is an adventure into the fascinating history, culture and nature that makes up this tiny Atlantic Island. Read on to learn more about the natural enclaves Fuerteventure has to offer. Discover the Ajuy caves, a fun and educational visit.
Stop at: Sotavento beach
This tiny paradise of soaring dunes and mirror-like, crystalline waters looks like it came right off a postcard. The translucent waters are quite shallow, and you’ll have to head out several meters before reaching deeper waters.
Sotavento beach is the perfect destination for a day away from the crowds where you can simply connect with nature.
More infoWhat to bring
Swimsuit, sunscreen, beach towel, flip flops and comfortable shoes.
Meeting point and return
Cancellation fee of 100% is charged if cancelled 24 Hours or less before the activity.