Hiking routes in Fuerteventura and natural tourist attractions
A visit to this natural park straight out of the Sahara guarantees a day of relaxation surrounded by unspoilt beaches, astonishing sand dunes and excellent restaurants.
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.
The island of Fuerteventura hides several magnificent natural jewels, offering visitors the chance to bathe in stunning locations. One such example is the Aguas Verdes volcanic pool.
Pico de la Zarza, which stands at an altitude of 807 metres, is the highest point in Fuerteventura. The climb up to the summit of the mountain affords magnificent views of the island.
Dating back over 50,000 years, this volcano in the north of the island offers visitors a simple hiking trail coupled with magnificent views.
The Playa del Risco del Paso, found in the middle section of the Playa de Sotavento, is one of Fuerteventura’s most beautiful beaches. You are sure to be captivated by its turquoise waters.
Swimming with sea lions, kayaking and flyboarding are just some of the exciting activities at Oceanarium Explorer in Fuerteventura.
The Barranco de las Peñitas ravine is one of the most spectacular natural settings in Fuerteventura. Why not come and explore it?