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  • Fuerteventura: 4 hours Sailing Tour of Lobos Island

    1. Fuerteventura: 4 hours Sailing Tour of Lobos Island

    Departs from Corralejo (north Fuerteventura) and set sail for Lobos Island. You will cross the 2 km islet called El Río on the way. As you get closer to the western part of Lobos Island, you will see La Caldera, a half-submerged volcanic mountain, with its black-sand beach. Head north, with beautiful views of Lanzarote Island, until you reach Faro Martiño lighthouse. From there, you turn to sail along the east coast to the south, where you will arrive in El Puertito, with its white fishermen houses immersed in a haven of peace.  Continue until you reach La Concha beach, famous for its paradise-like tranquillity and its turquoise waters where the landscape ebbs and flows with the tide. This unrivalled spot is where the boat will drop anchor so you can enjoy some water activities: feeding fish and snorkelling among them, kayaking and paddle boarding, or just daydreaming while lying in th...

    Amazing experience with the amazing team Manu and Dani! the music,the food(paella) , the drinks everything awesome. Thank you for your hospitality guys! amazing job

  • From Corralejo: Lobos Island Entrance and Snorkel Activity

    2. From Corralejo: Lobos Island Entrance and Snorkel Activity

    Take a trip on a glass bottom boat and admire the beauty of the island’s tranquil waters and underwater life. Board your tour vessel at 1:15 PM at the harbour of Lobos Island and join your friendly guides on a trip to the sea beds of this little dream spot in the north of Fuerteventura. Start your adventure with a short boat trip (10-minutes) along the south coast of Isla de Lobos, and then, stop to take a relaxing bath for around 25-minutes. During your dip in the luxurious waters, you can feed the fish, swim and/or go snorkelling. Your tour ticket also allows you entrance to the island, letting you explore the small paradise freely. With this trip you will be able to enjoy the sea’s thousand different blue tones, from a clear green turquoise to a more intense blue color that surrounds the protected national park. Under these amazing waters and dancing around your feet, you will get to...

    Lobos Island is lovely and worth a visit. I recommend going up Montaña La Caldera for a great view of the island, Lanzarote, and Fuerteventura, visiting Puertito Isla De Lobos, and relaxing at Playa De La Concha De Lobos. You can also walk all the way to Faro de Punta Martiño but doing that will not leave much time for relaxing. The snorkeling trip was fun too as tons of fish are drawn to the bread the crew tossed into the water. The boat crew was amazing. They cared about every individual, helped kids and the elderly, warned about water spray, etc.

  • Fuerteventura: Island Tour by Minibus

    3. Fuerteventura: Island Tour by Minibus

    Discover the beauty of Fuerteventura and explore the north of the island. Immerse yourself in the realm of King Guize, the last king of the Maxorata, and explore the island's history and culture. Get to know the country and its people and enjoy some local delicacies. Discover "The Gateway to the World", the caves of Ajui, and learn more about the typical goat's cheese that has a long tradition on Fuerteventura. Let yourself be enchanted by the impressive landscapes of Fuerteventura and enjoy the view of the dunes at Corralejo, the mountain of Tindaya and take a look at the valley of the Conception. You can also look forward to a few culinary delicacies of Spanish cuisine and enjoy the wonderfully relaxed Spanish lifestyle.

    Josè's knowledge about the island and his many MANY friends helped make the tour so interesting and personnel. The small tour group meant everyone got their chance at the front and to ask any questions they had. Josè also changed routes so my partner and I didn't miss the Dunes or the Magic Mountain even though it added about an hour onto his trip! Truly a credit to his company and the 5 stars go to home alone

  • Lanzarote: Half-Day Chill Out Cruise at Papagayo Beach

    4. Lanzarote: Half-Day Chill Out Cruise at Papagayo Beach

    Laze in the sun and take a dip in the sea on a half-day cruise to the magnificent beaches of the Costa de Papagayo on Lanzarote’s southwest coast. Depart from the harbor of Playa Blanca, and cruise along the coast to discover breathtaking beaches. Once anchored in front of a calm cove, put on your snorkel mask and swim among a colorful array of sea life. Enjoy crystal clear waters for maximum visibility. Try to stand up on a paddleboard, or dare the pirate plank on the upper deck! So much activity will make you hungry. Luckily, the boat is a floating restaurant where you can order from a delicious meat barbecue of ribs, sausages, and beef fillets, served with salad and potatoes, and plenty of sangria (or soft drinks for the kids) to wash it all down.

    Enjoyed the trip 2 years ago so it was top of the list again for our party and it was everything we could have wanted from a boat trip Chill out cruise sums it up perfectly and excellent food

  • From Fuerteventura: Lanzarote Volcano and Wine Region Tour

    5. From Fuerteventura: Lanzarote Volcano and Wine Region Tour

    Following pick-up from your resort in Fuerteventura (available from Corralejo and Castillo/Caleta de Fuste), journey to the port at Corralejo and board the express ferry to sail to Playa Blanca on the neighboring island of Lanzarote. Travel above deck and feel the sea breeze on the open-air journey. Upon arrival, get a welcome from your guide and board a comfortable, air-conditioned coach to drive to Timanfaya National Park. Enter the volcanic landscape of the island's southwest and travel across volcanic soil to marvel at the dormant volcano and other geothermal attractions of the park. Continue to the wine region of La Geria to take a look at the unique circular vineyards and sample some of the local wine. Gaze in awe at the extraordinary sight of vineyards covered in black volcanic ash! Then, go to an aloe vera museum to learn more about the health properties of the local crop. Driv...

    Very nice trip, well organised and very interesting. The only one thing that we liked less is that visit in the Aloe Museum is really a visit in the shop - but first they explain how to use the plant which is ok. The landmark of the Lanzarote is amazing and worth seeing and recommend this trip with a clear conscience.

  • Fuerteventura: Fishing Excursion to Lobos Island

    6. Fuerteventura: Fishing Excursion to Lobos Island

    Enjoy the convenience of being picked up from your hotel in either Corralejo, El Cotillo, Lajares, Majanicho, or La Oliva. Climb aboard your boat and search for the best fishing spots around Lobos Island based on the weather conditions. Try your hand at bottom fishing and see if you can reel in a big one. After fishing, drop anchor opposite La Concha beach, famous for its tranquility and turquoise waters. Watch as the landscape ebbs and flows with the tide. Enjoy your choice of water activities, including swimming, kayaking, paddleboarding, or snorkeling. Ride a water taxi to El Puerito, a traditional part of the island which boasts stunning blue lagoons. Return to the boat and feed the fish, snorkel, or just daydream while soaking up the sun. Enjoy a fried-fish lunch made from the catch of the day, and papas arrugadas (boiled jacket potatoes) with Canary-Island mojo sauce. Af...

    Kathy, Frank & Hannibal all worked as a team to ensure everyone was safe and (maybe more importantly!) had fun on the trip. Recommended!

  • Fuerteventura: North of Fuerteventura for Cruise Passengers

    7. Fuerteventura: North of Fuerteventura for Cruise Passengers

    The white beaches and emerald waters make Fuerteventura a traveler’s paradise, but there’s more to discover than meets the eye. This volcanic island is home to tremendous marine diversity and has a long history of people coexisting with nature — it’s not surprising Fuerteventura has been declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Your tour will take you through some historic sites and give you a taste of island life. Your trip begins in Puerto del Rosario, where you’ll take a car up the northeastern coast towards Corralejo. You’ll watch out the window as the landscape transforms into a desert of stunning white sand. Your guide will entertain you with stories of the past and present of Fuerteventura, as well as the origin of the sands and the island itself. Your next stop is El Cotillo, where you’ll see the cliffs, beaches, and waves that attract surfers and water sports enthusiasts from arou...

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What people are saying about Corralejo

Very nice trip, well organised and very interesting. The only one thing that we liked less is that visit in the Aloe Museum is really a visit in the shop - but first they explain how to use the plant which is ok. The landmark of the Lanzarote is amazing and worth seeing and recommend this trip with a clear conscience.

So much fun, the boat itself is beautiful and we loved playing with the paddle boards/kayaks. Lovely boat crew who were charming and friendly! the paella was tasty and plenty of free drinks included! I would absolutely recommend this trip to anyone.

I wanted to surprise my parents who came to visit the island and the truth is that it was great. We really enjoyed the day. They treated us super well, we bathed and ate wonderfully.

Amazing experience with the amazing team Manu and Dani! the music,the food(paella) , the drinks everything awesome. Thank you for your hospitality guys! amazing job

The activity is very worthwhile, with a little snorkeling where you can see many fish, it gives an idea of the underwater wealth of the area. Great team.