Things to see in Fuerteventura
What to visit in Fuerteventura, 19 must-visit places
The island of Fuerteventura is one of the great gifts of the Canary archipelago. In its territory concentrates wonders of nature, beaches and charming villages. We tell you the essentials.
Corralejo: sand dunes and pristine beaches
Sand dunes, long pristine beaches and desert landscapes. Unspoilt nature abounds in Corralejo, the perfect destination for getting away from it all in Fuerteventura.
The Island of Lobos: a great destination for a day trip
Come and explore the surprising Island of Lobos, a protected paradise lying between Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. Set aside a whole day for this visit, in which you’ll need to take a boat trip.
Oasis Wildlife, Fuerteventura’s wildlife park
El zoológico y jardín botánico más grande de Canarias ofrece una experiencia salvaje y divertida para niños y adultos. Disfruta de un día inolvidable.
Caleta de Fuste, a family beach destination
Caleta de Fuste in Antigua municipality is the ideal place for a family holiday and the perfect departure point for exploring Fuerteventura.
Betancuria, the ancient capital of Fuerteventura
Betancuria, the ancient capital of Fuerteventura, invites you to discover immense valleys, monuments and delicious cuisine. You couldn’t ask for anything more.
Tindaya, the sacred mountain of Fuerteventura
Tindaya, the most mysterious and best-loved mountain in Fuerteventura, is steeped in legends, secrets and unusual facts. Would you dare throw your own theory into the ring?
Los Molinos: a charming village in Fuerteventura
Puertito de Los Molinos is home to incredible caves that can only be accessed at low tide. Discover all their secrets.
Villa Winter: a possible Nazi hideout
Sealed-off rooms, an uncertain history and an extraordinary location make Villa Winter the most enigmatic building in Fuerteventura.
Caleta de Fuste Castle: a castle that witnessed pirate attacks
Constructed in the eighteenth century to defend against pirate attacks, the Castillo de Caleta de Fuste boasts a fascinating history that is truly worth learning about.