Declared in 2009 a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, visit Fuerteventura to see vast stretches of beaches with fine white sand, volcanoes and dunes ending in a sea of turquoise waters. On your Grand Tour you will be taken to the heart of the island to see all the aspects of the islands history, culture and traditions.
Board the ferry that will trasport you from Playa Blanca, relax on a 30 minute sail to Correlajo. Your journey will begin by bus passing by El Cotillo, where you can admire the Fortaleza del Tostón. Then to La Oliva, Tefía nad Tiscamanitaup to Betancuria, the former capital of the island, located in the valley of the macizo of the same name. In this valley you will have free time to stretch your legs and stroll through its streets filled with history and tradition and buy some local crafts and products.
Before heading back to Lanzarote, a must-see on your tour is the Natural Park of the Dunes of Corralejo and its endless beaches where you can have magnificent views to Lanzarote and Isla de Lobos in the background, and find out why Fuerteventura is known as the beach of the Canary Islands or the Caribbean of Europe.