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Fuerteventura Island Tour

Fuerteventura is the neighbouring island of Lanzarote. Sitting just a few kilometres from it's Southern most point it's easy to get across by boat to explore what the northern point of island has to offer. Fuerteventura is a large island so if you want to explore more it's recommended to take a short break there, but in the meantime for holiday makers in Lanzarote the day trips are a great way to see something a little bit different.

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Quick Overview
  • Pick up from all resorts at, or close to all hotels/private accommodations
  • Stop 1 - Aloe Vera Plantation
  • Stop 2 - Holy mountain of Tindaya
  • Stop 3 - Goat cheese production and tasting
  • Stop 4 - Betancuria the old capital
  • Stop 5 - Pass the village of Pajara and Antigua
  • Stop 6 - Valley of Saing Angnes
  • Stop 7 - Lunch (Optional paid local €8)
  • Stop 8 - Famous Sand dune
  • Drop off at hotel/accommodation
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Pick up and drop off Ferry crossing Lunch stop buffet 8 euros Guided in Your Language Perfect selfie opportunities Mobile or printed ticket Instant confirmation Buyer Protection
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We have pick ups in Puerto Del Carmen, Costa Teguise and Playa Blanca and Arrecife

There will be a pickup either at your hotel or accommodation or very close, even if you are in private villas, apartments or Air B&B properties.

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€29.00 Child
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€7.25 Child
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  • Wed, Sat
  • Tue, Sat
  • Full Day
  • All Year Round
  • Approx pick up : 7:30 - 8:30
  • Approx drop off time : 18:00 - 19:00
  • ** These times are estimated depending on what resort you are in
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Fuerteventura Island Tour

Fuerteventura is the neighbouring island of Lanzarote. Sitting just a few kilometres from it's Southern most point it's easy to get across by boat to explore what the northern point of island has to offer. Fuerteventura is a large island so if you want to explore more it's recommended to take a short break there, but in the meantime for holiday makers in Lanzarote the day trips are a great way to see something a little bit different.

Ferry from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura

The coach will pick you up at, or close to, your accommodation and take you to the harbour in Playa Blanca. From here you will take the ferry to the port of Corralejo in Fuerteventura. This day out is a great way to see a little bit more of what Fuerteventura has to offer.

Fuerteventura Island Tour Itinerary

The ferry from Lanzarote takes around 40 minutes. Once you arrive in Fuerteventura the tour begins. You'll be taken to some of the most popular places in the north of the island, before returning in time to catch the ferry at the end of the day.

1. Fuerteventura Aloe Vera Museum

The first stop on the Fuerteventura tour is a visit the Aloe Vera Museum. Here you'll be able to see how the plants are farmed and Aloe Vera is made and extracted for use in many different products. It's great for sun burn, and also used in food and drink! If you've never tried Aloe Vera before you'll get the opportunity to buy some products here at a great price.

2. Montaña de Tindaya

El Montaña de Tindaya was considered a sacred place by the pre-colonial local population of Fuerteventura. Even today it's known as the Sacred Mountain. It's at this very site where fossils and traces of an early population were found.

3. Fuerteventura Goats

Did you know that there are more goats in Fuerteventura than there are people? As you're transported around on this day trip you'll probably see why this is true! The Goat Milk and Cheese industry in Fuerteventura is huge, and during this stop on the excursion you'll discover how Goats Cheese is made. And why not have a cheeky little sample? If you like what you taste there is also a souvenir shop to purchase some more to take home.

4. The village of Betancuria, Fuerteventura

The old capital of Fuerteventura, Betancuria, is 800m above sea level. Founded back in the15th century by the Norman conquerors, it's a timeless vision of how life on the island used to be .Here you'll get to see pretty cobbled streets lined with an array of colourful flowers and old buildings. Betancuria is home to the first church that was built on the island, Iglesia de Santa Maria de Betancuria.

5. The village of Pajara, Fuerteventura

The next stop on the Fuerteventura tour takes you inland, to the village of Pajara. At the heart of this small village is the Nuestra Señora de Regla Church, which dates back to 1687. Beyond the village, foot trails make their way through the Betancuria Rural Park, which in turn protects the rounded hills and ravines of the Betancuria Massif.

6. St Agnes Fuerteventura

The picture-postcard village of St Agnes has a long history including that of it's beautiful Chapel and amazing views.

7. Lunch Option

It's during the stop off at St Agnes that the tour will take a lunch break. Lunch isn't included in the price of the tour however is available on the day for the great price of just €8 per person. If you want to bring your own lunch with you on the tour, then this is a great time to eat it.

8. Fuerteventura Sand Dunes

A trip to Fuerteventura wouldn't be complete without visiting the famous sand dunes. Stretching across the north coast of the island the golden sands are a sight to see against the blue sky and turquoise waters. It's a great way to cap off an enjoyable day exploring the historic villages of the north of Fuerteventura.

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If this Lanzarote to Fuerteventura excursion sounds like something you want to do, reserve your places online today. Currently the trips are selling out fast, so avoid dissapointment and guarantee your places in advance.

Does the Lanzarote to Fuerteventura Island Tour include hotel collection and drop off?

It certainly does. Just let us know where you are staying when you make your booking and we'll let you know where the nearest collection point is. These are often directly outside the hotel, but in some cases maybe very nearby.

Are ferry tickets included in this trip to Fuerteventura?

Yes! All your transport costs are included in the price of the Lanzarote to Fuerteventura Island Tour. This includes your coach in Lanzarote, the return ferry and the coach in Fuerteventura.

Is lunch included on the tour?

There is a lunch break where you can purchase lunch from a local restaurant at just €8 per person. This isn't included in the price of the tour, but if you prefer to bring your own lunch along then that's perfectly fine.

Are their chipmunks in Fuerteventura?

There are. And there are a lot of them. Keep your eyes peeled as we drive through the north of the island as you'll most likely spot quite a few during the trip.

Is the Lanzarote to Fuerteventura Island Tour suitable for children?

The tour is a long day out, with a lot of travelling and stop offs during the day. Whilst it is perfectly suitable for children, if you think that it might be too long and they might become restless then it's possibly not the day out for you.

What do you need to bring with you?

Most importantly, Passports! You will need your passport to make the crossing from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura. Other than that, the usual applies in terms of Sun Cream, Water, maybe a hat to keep your head out of the sun, a sense of adventure and of course a camera or mobile phone to capture memories of your day out in Fuerteventura.
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