The plunging volcanic landscape of Fuerteventura's mountainous interior is scaled from the seemingly endless coastline of the vast Atlantic Ocean. The best way to navigate this rugged and somewhat unforgiving terrain is in an off-road 4x4, for a full day.
Your driver will first head into Fuerteventura's central mountains, where cloud-wreathed slopes plunge down to endless, deserted beaches. Heading off road onto hairpin tracks, you'll bump around the lunar-like landscapes of the Roque de Moro, one of the island's highest volcanic peaks. Here, you'll get breathtaking views over the buffeted west coast before dropping down to Cofete.
This mostly abandoned village is home to the mysterious Winter Villa – rumoured to have been a Nazi hideout after World War II. Next, it's off to Punta de Jandia at Fuerteventura's southern tip. After lunch at a typical Canarian restaurant, you'll wind your way back, enjoying more epic views as you go. A thrilling drive and glimpse into parts of the island most never see.