Fuerteventura is famed for its miles of sandy beaches but head inland and you'll find a land that time forgot. This trip takes in colonial churches, whitewashed villages and an aloe vera plantation among other attractions.
First up, you'll head to an aloe vera plantation to learn about this typical local product. Then, it's on to Pajara to visit its enigmatic church with Aztec-inspired carvings. Next, we'll go to Ajuy, a remote village with a black-sand beach. Check out the caves hollowed out of the cliffs by the waves.
We then go deep into the western hills to discover beautiful Betancuria, the island's first capital and now a sleepy, whitewashed village. Here, you'll Visit St Mary's Church. The last stop is Finca Pepe, a farm renowned for its cheeses, where you'll also taste gofio, the local biscuit.