What to see in Fuerteventura?
Lobos Island
  • A few kilometers off the coast, between Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, this must-visit island emerges. This natural jewel, part of the Corralejo Dunes Natural Park, stands out for its mobile and fossilized dunes that end in incomparable deserted beaches where you can enjoy the solitude of this place.
Jandía Natural Park
  • Between the sea and the mountains, you will find this spectacular spot that encompasses the majority of the peninsula of the same name. It is known for its deep contrasts: large dunes, steep cliffs, and hills that reach into the crystal-clear waters of the south. The kilometers of beaches are exceptionally beautiful. Here you will find the highest point of Fuerteventura, Pico de la Zarza (807m), from where you will have exceptional views of the entire landscape and the rest of the island.
Tindaya Mountain
  • Rising proudly from the barren lands of the north, the Tindaya Mountain is one of the symbols of Fuerteventura. Its summit and slopes are home to nearly 300 rock carvings, all in the shape of feet. This makes the 'sacred mountain,' as it is also known, one of the most important places in the world for this type of engravings. Observing its diminishing silhouette at sunset, you will understand why the Guanches attributed magical powers to this hill.
El Cotillo Castle
  • Area: El Cotillo, La Oliva
  • The El Cotillo Castle or Tostón Tower is located in the town of El Cotillo, in the municipality of La Oliva, on the island of Fuerteventura. It is an 18th-century circular tower.
Caleta Fuste Beach
  • The main beach is Playa del Castillo, located in a protected natural bay, where you can find a marina, water sports facilities, and all kinds of services.
Cotillo Beach
  • The beaches of El Cotillo are among the best in the world, with fine white sand and turquoise waters full of marine life.
Jandia Beach
  • It is a giant beach where there is always room to relax. There are several beach bars scattered along the beach, and a good number of hammock and umbrella areas. It is a safe beach, with very clean water, fine white sand, and fine grains.
Corralejo Beach
  • La Goleta Beach is one of the three urban beaches in the town of Corralejo and, for us, the best and largest. It has the shape of two joined crescents: the northernmost area, towards the harbor, is quieter and smaller, while the southern area is busier and has more services. It is located in the middle of the town, with privileged views of Lobos Island and the marina and commercial port.
Ajuy Caves
  • Area: Pájara - Fuerteventura
  • Its interest lies in being one of the only places in the entire Canary Islands where the deepest rocks of the islands are found, which are the remnants of the ancient magma chambers from which the lava that formed the islands was expelled. We can also see remnants of ancient dunes, beaches, and deposits of torrents and rivers that existed on the island millions of years ago.
Casa de Felipito Picnic Areas
  • Area: Llano del Triguero
  • In Llano del Triguero, at the intersection of Barranco de La Herradura and El Time near the town of Guisguey, Felipito's estate awaits your visit. Just a few kilometers from Puerto del Rosario, it is a place dedicated to leisure and rest, where you can learn how the people of Fuerteventura had to adapt the desert landscape to cultivate during a time when the economy was based on agriculture. The harshness of the territory has kept the people of Fuerteventura in struggle for centuries. They had to contend with a desert landscape and make use of the scarce rainfall that came through the runoff of the ravines.
La Cueva del Llano
  • Area: Villaverde
  • A visit to the Cueva del Llano in Villaverde offers the opportunity to delve into the depths of the earth and also learn about the animals that inhabited the island thousands of years ago or how this volcanic tube was formed. All this through a guided tour of Fuerteventura's grounds. The Cueva del Llano was formed after the eruption of the Montaña Escanfraga volcano, which is over 800,000 years old. The surveyed length so far is 648 meters, although the last 200 are difficult to explore. In some parts, it reaches six meters in height.
Jandía Lighthouse
  • Area: Jandía
  • At the southern end of Fuerteventura lies the isthmus of Jandía. It is a peculiar and exclusive landscape that houses numerous natural and cultural values. This led to its designation as a Natural Park in 1987. It is a volcanic landscape where steep cliffs contrast with gentle slopes. The Interpretation Center of Jandía Natural Park is divided into five color-coded zones.
Entallada Lighthouse
  • Area: Tuineje
  • Near the town of Las Playitas in the municipality of Tuineje, you will find the Entallada or Punta Lantailla Lighthouse. This restored building by the Cabildo of Fuerteventura offers impressive views of the Majorero coastline. If you visit the area, don't miss the opportunity to take photographs.