Fuerteventura is an island with very diverse places: kilometres of beaches, volcanoes, dunes, cliffs, villages in the middle of nowhere… declared a Biosphere Reserve in 2009, this island has landscapes and spaces worthy of contemplation and to feast your eyes on. Here are some amazing landscapes that you won’t want to miss on your next trip to the island of Fuerteventura:
1h and 10 min drive from R2 Romantic Fantasia Suites
In the south of Corralejo we find this park of some 2,600 hectares of white sand dunes, an ideal area for contemplation and for water activities such as windsurfing and kitesurfing.
1h and 10 min drive from R2 Pájara
Within the Rural Protected Natural Area of Betancuria we find this ravine, which is ideal for any type of person: lovers of geology, archaeology, history, cinema, or even for climbing enthusiasts.
1h and 15 min drive from R2 Río Calma
Also known as Barranco de los Enamorados (“Ravine of lovers”). This beautiful canyon of fossilised sand is located near the beach of Esquinzo. During its 2 and a half hour journey you will be able to observe fossils, birds and, of course, its fascinating and peculiar geology.
1h 30 min drive from R2 Maryvent
This 278 metre high volcano has an uncomplicated trail with incredible views and great company: squirrels.
So much for a small sample of the many sites the island has to offer. Bring out your most curious and adventurous side and delve into the landscapes of this island that never tires of surprising you.