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FUERTEVENTURA TOURS

To begin the day, you will have time to browse around the lovely resort of Playa Blanca.

The ferry takes just 45 minutes to reach Corralejo in the north of Fuerteventura. This island, twice the size of Lanzarote, has a unique charm.

You will see lots of rustic villages on your journey. After enjoying a tasty, three -course lunch, the winding road leads us to Betancuria, the ancient capital, named after the conquerer, Jean de Bethencourt.

  • Corralejo

    CORRALEJO

  • Molinos de Fuerteventura

    MOLINO

  • Betancuria

    BETANCURIA

  • Playa del Cofete

    PLAYA DEL COFETE

Continuing along the mountain roads we stop at a panoramic view-point. It's here where the many chipmonks living in the area come out to see us.

Pájara, the richest village in Spain is famous for its church with two aisles, La Virgen de Regla.

The town's dry river bed has bouganvilla of many beautiful colours lining its banks. An ideal place to take an afternoon coffee.

On our return journey back to Corralejo we pass by the current capital, Puerto del Rosario.

We make a short stop at the sand dunes of Corralejo where you can have a walk around and take photos.

We board the 6 o'clock ferry getting us back to Playa Blanca at approx. 6.30pm.

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