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Parque Natural de las Dunas de Corralejo: This park is one of the most outstanding natural treasures of the region. Discover miles of sprawling sand dunes, pristine beaches, and breathtaking scenery. It is a paradise for nature lovers and a perfect place to practice water sports such as surfing and windsurfing.


Curiosity: The Corralejo dunes are the perfect setting for practicing sandboarding. Slide down the dunes and experience the thrill of this unique sport!


Corralejo Old Town: Explore the historical charm of Corralejo in its old town. Cobbled streets, traditional houses and small squares await you in this charming district. Here you will find a wide variety of restaurants, bars and shops, as well as the main church of Corralejo.


Curiosity: The old town of Corralejo houses an interesting mix of Canarian and colonial architecture. Stroll through its streets and admire the architectural details that reflect the local history and culture.


Acua Water Park: If you are looking for water fun, the Acua Water Park is the perfect place. This water park offers a wide variety of slides, pools and attractions for all ages. Spend a day full of emotions and refreshing adventures.


Corralejo Beach: Relax on this beautiful beach with white sand and crystal clear waters. Take the opportunity to sunbathe, swim or practice water sports.


Curiosity: Corralejo Beach has been awarded the Blue Flag, in recognition of its quality and cleanliness.


El Cotillo: Visit this picturesque fishing village and enjoy its quiet beaches. Explore the Toston Lighthouse and savor delicious fresh seafood at local restaurants.


Curiosity: In El Cotillo is the Museum of Traditional Fishing, where you can learn about the techniques and tools used by local fishermen.


Montaña Roja: Embark on a hike to the top of this volcanic mountain and enjoy stunning views of the coast and the surrounding area.


Curiosity: The Red Mountain is a popular place for lovers of water sports, since from here you can watch windsurfers and kitesurfers on Crecana beach.


Playa del Moro: Discover this beautiful beach with golden sand and crystal clear waters. It is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the sun. It is located in the Parque Natural de las dunas de Corralejo and has its own car park just off the road.


Isla de Lobos: Of volcanic origin, it is surrounded by transparent waters, it is the perfect place to enjoy calm beaches. Las Caleras, or La Concha, are idyllic settings for bathing. Walk along its trails, explore its coves and admire its rich marine life.


Several routes cross the surface of the islet. The longest is the one that reaches La Caldera, the highest point of the island. From there you can discover the views that its 127 meters offer over the islands of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. Remember to wear comfortable shoes and sun protection.


Another of its attractions is its local flora and fauna, especially birds. On the island there is only one restaurant called Chiringuito de Antoñito el Farero. Located in El Puertito, near the pier, you can enjoy its fried fish and rice dishes. It is necessary to reserve a table before lunch time so that your staff can catch what they need to prepare your order. To get to Isla de Lobos it is necessary to go by water taxi or ferry. In our application you have DISCOUNTS to make this journey in the most economical way, look for the discount coupons in the application and show it at the time of buying your tickets and they will give you the discount.


La Alcogida Ecomuseum: Immerse yourself in the traditional rural life of Fuerteventura by visiting this ecomuseum. Discover what life was like on the island in times past through house reconstructions and craft activities.


Near the town of Tefir, is that of La Alcogida. The visitor will be able to see how the artisans of the island work in their different trades, meet them personally and learn about their trades. The Ecomuseum is made up of seven restored houses that exemplify the different architectural styles of the island, from the peasant house, simple and sober, to the stately houses with balconies and two-story wooden stairs and tile roofs.


Town of La Ampuyenta: Explore this charming town and enjoy its traditional architecture. Visit the Church of Nuestra Señora de La Candelaria, an impressive example of local religious architecture.


Cueva del Llano: Immerse yourself in the geological history of the region by visiting this impressive cave. Explore its underground corridors and admire the unique rock formations.


Charco de Bristol: This beautiful seawater pool, located near Corralejo, is a popular place to swim and relax. Its crystalline water and its quiet surroundings invite you to enjoy a day of rest.


Malpaís de la Arena: Explore this impressive volcanic landscape near La Oliva. Marvel at the rock formations and panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean.


Tindaya Mountain: This sacred mountain is a place of great cultural and spiritual importance for the ancient inhabitants of Fuerteventura. Take a hike to the top for spectacular views of the surrounding area. The visit to the mountain must be done with a guide, it is forbidden to visit on your own.


Vallebrón: Discover this picturesque valley surrounded by mountains and hills. Enjoy the nature trails that meander through the native vegetation and enjoy the tranquility of the surroundings.


Majanicho Beach: Located on the north coast of Fuerteventura, this beach is perfect for lovers of surfing and kitesurfing due to its strong winds. Enjoy the views of the sea and the tranquility of this virgin corner.


The town of Majanicho, with just over a hundred inhabitants, is made up of a group of scattered residential houses that are distributed around a small bay with calm waters. Among these houses, painted white and with blue or green doors and windows, the tiny church of Nuestra Señora del Pino stands out.


Although the town of Majanicho is close to the sea, as we have told you, and the breeze from the Atlantic is perceived in all its corners, to take a dip it is advisable to go to the beach. It is not very big, it is approximately 150 meters long and 30 meters wide, but it is enough for the number of people who usually dare to enjoy a relaxing day in this place.


Its whitish sand and the blue of the water are the perfect setting to put your umbrella, take out the hammocks and all the usual beach utensils to enjoy a calm day. If there is not much swell, children will be able to enjoy the sea with peace of mind


The lakes of El Cotillo: In the lagoons of El Cotillo you will find these beautiful golden sand beaches located in a natural environment. Enjoy its crystal clear waters and relax in a quiet and virgin environment.


The Lakes of El Cotillo form a set of small crescent-shaped beaches, among which are the magnificent beaches of La Concha, El Águila or La Mujer. Its sand is very fine white jable that does not burn our feet when we walk on it. They are located on the right side of El Cotillo and are completely different from the beaches on the left side of the town.


The Lakes are peaceful centers of relaxation in which the sun, sand and sea are harmoniously combined. Its morphological characteristics, with shapes that resemble small bays, protect bathers from the marine currents of the north coast. The water level does not exceed the height of the people with the high tide, so you can bathe safely. Thanks to the intense white color of the sand in this part of the El Cotillo coast, its waters bathe them with a beautiful turquoise and bluish-green color that takes us with our imagination to the most paradisiacal places on the planet.


The sunset on this side of the island is spectacular, so book a table on the terrace of the Azzurro Restaurant, which is 150 meters from La Concha beach, and enjoy the sunset while tasting its dishes and desserts ( especially the tiramisu).


Calderón Hondo: Embark on a hike to the edge of this impressive volcanic crater. Enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and learn about the geology of the island.


Located to the north of the island, in a lonely place in the municipality of La Oliva, the volcano known as Calderón Hondo rises up on the horizon. It does not do it alone, since many other volcanic cones appear around it that together make up the so-called Bayuyo alignment. Emerging simultaneously around 50,000 years ago, the lavas from these volcanoes were responsible for the increase in the surface of Fuerteventura to the north and, consequently, for its approach to the neighboring island of Lanzarote.


Connected to numerous trails and endowed with a moderate relief, access to Calderón Hondo is really easy, and its ascent route is one of the easiest on the entire island. In addition, its location halfway between the towns of Lajares and Corralejo, allows the visitor to visit during the day other areas of great tourist attraction in the north of Mallorca, such as the Dunas de Corralejo Natural Park or the remote fishing village of Majanicho. If you want to know a little more about this hiking route and its secrets

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