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What the experience includes
Visit the neighbouring island of Fuerteventura from the south of Lanzarote.
Fuerteventura is the second largest island in the Canary Islands with 150 kilometres in length. It's impossible to cover it all in one day, but on our guided tour on the road, we summarize and bring you closer to its history, customs, way of life and future projection. Thanks to the tourism industry (we'll see an example in Corralejo), the island is increasingly known in Europe, first for its beaches but also for its interior and protected areas. It should be noted that it has been declared a Biosphere Reserve.
We will see the contrasts between its interior: with visits to Betancuria, the old capital, the town of Pájara, and its areas of rugged mountains and viewpoints, but also beach areas such as Las Dunas de Corralejo. The island moves inland, betting on rural tourism, the cultivation of aloe vera, tomatoes or the recent implementation and production of extra virgin olive oil.
A long day, with endless and deserted roads, but satisfying in terms of knowledge and the discovery that Fuerteventura may be your island in the Canary Islands, where you can enjoy your next vacation.
- Official Guide
- Round-trip boat ticket Lanzarote-Fuerteventura
- Road tour of the interior of the island
- Stop and visit Betancuria
- Stop at the Mirador del Massif de Betancuria
- Stop and free time for lunch at Pájara
- Stop at Las Dunas de Corralejo Natural Park
Stop at: Ferry from Playa Blanca to Corralejo
Stop at: Morro Velosa
Stop at: Betancuria
Stop at: Pájara
Stop at: Corralejo National Park
More infoWhat to bring
- It is essential to present a national ID card or passport to be able to board.
- Bring a windbreaker or something warm.
- Long-term excursion, is not recommended for young children.
- We took the ferry from Playa Blanca. On the way back, we boarded the ferry at 6 in the afternoon which will take us back to Playa Blanca at approximately 19:00 hours.