Fuerteventura is an Island with over 150km of sandy beaches and turquoise waters, discover vast natural landscapes and share the natural openness of its people. A place to enjoy numerous activities in the best conditions.
Escape from the daily routine, abandon yourself to an oasis of sensations where you are the most important thing. Let yourself get pampered by the landscape, the light, the sea and the fresh air. Benefit from the qualities of the aloe vera, volcanic rocks, seaweed wrap, massages… Soaring to a state of absolute tranquility, of inner search and relaxation, a lot of relaxation.
Fuerteventura, declared a Biosphere Reserve and Starlight Reserve for the whole island territory, has more than 48,000 hectares of protected area where you can lose yourself. Its natural monuments, parks and landscapes are living witnesses of its volcanic origins. Such as the lava fields, home to an endless variety of highly valuable native flora and fauna, which are thoroughly protected by many environmental projects.
WHAT YOU CAN NOT MISS:
- A sunset in El Cotillo
- Our goat cheese
- Walking across the dunes of Corralejo
- The feeling of freedom on the beaches of Jandía
- Visit to the largest theme park in the Canary Islands, Oasis Park Fuerteventura
- Travelling to the past in Betancuria
- Fresh fish from Fuerteventura
- Crystal-clear waters of Lobos Island
- Magic on the Sacred Mountain of Tindaya
- Tasting goat meat
- The annual turtle release in Cofete
- Learning about our history in our museums
By air, the International Airport of Fuerteventura in Puerto del Rosario is connected by charter, regular and low cost airlines with all the airports of the main European cities.
By sea, you can get to Fuerteventura on one of the cruises arriving to Puerto del Rosario. The main ports of Fuerteventura are connected with the other islands through ferries leaving from Corralejo, Puerto del Rosario and Morro Jable. Moreover, you can live the experience of getting to the island with your own boat to the marinas of Corralejo, Caleta de Fuste, Morro Jable, Gran Tarajal and Puerto del Rosario.