Fuerteventura is famed for its miles of sandy beaches but head inland and you'll find a land that time forgot. This day trip from Lanzarote takes in pretty whitewashed villages among other top spots including Tindaya Sacred Mountain, Corralejo Natural Park and Ajuy. A typical lunch and tasting completes the day.
The day gets off to a glorious start as you catch the ferry over to the island. You'll start ticking off all the main sights as soon as you get going on dry land. Tindaya Sacred Mountain, 400m high and sculpted by the passing of time, really stands out in Fuerteventura's generally flat topography.
Then you've got Ajuy, a remote village with a black-sand beach and caves hollowed out by the sea, and Betancuria, the island's first capital. You'll have a typical lunch at restaurant Valle de Ortega, before trundling into Corralejo Natural Park – home to the largest sand dunes in the Canaries – and a picture-perfect end to the tour.