Fuerteventura Island is part of the Canarian Archipelago (autonomous region of Spain) and is located about 100 km from the African coast, belongs to the province of Las Palmas and is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Its capital is Puerto del Rosario and is the second largest island in the archipelago and also the most ancient from the geological point of view.
Fuerteventura from the elongated shape together with Lanzarote is one of the driest islands of the archipelago. The island is home to extensive plains, and in its central area we find the Betancuria massif 760m high. But the highest area is located to the south and reaches with the Pico de la Zarza 807m.
The island is home to more than 70 km of wide pebble beaches or white or black sand. In the Northwest, in Corralejo, there is also an area of spectacular desert dunes.
What to see in Fuerteventura
You can start the visit from the pretty port of Corralejo, (take advantage of the beach), then in the evening you can take a walk and have dinner at Puerto del Rosario.
To see then the locality of Pozo Negro, with its fish restaurants. So visit the beautiful church of Pajara.
Also, take a day to visit Betancuria, with its museums and the church, it’s a nice place, in addition it’s a good place for for having a dinner in one of its characteristic places. Afterwards you can enjoy an enchanting sea with crystal clear water and white sand at La Oliva and El Cotillo.
Finally, do not forget to visit the wild Isla de Lobos.