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Fuerteventura: Return Lobos Island Ferry Ticket with Entry

1. Fuerteventura: Return Lobos Island Ferry Ticket with Entry

Cruise from Fuerteventura to Lobos Island on this return trip by ferry. Visit the beach, immerse yourself in Lobos's unique and tranquil atmosphere, and benefit from an all-in-one ticket which includes the island's entry fee. After just 20-minutes by boat from Corralejo, be amazed by the different tones of blue water whilst you disembark to this hidden corner of the Atlantic Ocean. Looking to the right of the harbor, you will find the path that takes you to El Puertito, an old fishing village next to a white-sand beach. At El Puertito, you can find the only restaurant on the island and a few buildings that were built before the island had been declared a Natural Park. Surrounded by tranquil waters, you will enjoy the island’s rich and exotic sea life. To the left of the harbor, you can find the most famous beach on this side of El Río. Take a swim in the calm and crystal clear, turquoise blue water or sunbathe in the fine sand, perfect for families with children, couples, young and old. This beach is commonly known as “La Concha” (the Shell) because of its shape, although the official name is La Caleta because of the limescale oven that played an important role in the construction of the “Martiño” lighthouse. From here you can see in the distance the dunes of Corralejo, the contours of Fuerteventura and when turning your back to the sea, appreciate the unique mountain “La Caldera”. Don’t forget to visit the nearby statue of Josefine Plá, the Spanish writer, poet and essayist, who was born on the island. Take a deep breath, a bottle of water and get ready to climb the highest peak of the island. The “La Caldera” mountain is a volcanic cone of relatively recent origin. Enjoy a fantastic view of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote from its 127-meter peak. Time stands still here as you take in the silence and colour of this splendid natural surrounding.  Whilst visiting the Northern part of the island, you will find the lighthouse, whose first lighthouse keeper was Josefine Plá’s father. Nowadays, the lighthouse works fully automatically and has been restored to its full splendour. Within the shade of this structure, stop for a rest while admiring the sea and Lanzarote with its volcanoes in the background. Admire the volcanic nature of the island’s interior and take a walk on the “Saladar (salt marsh) del Faro Martiño” and “Las Lagunitas”. More than 130 plant species and endemic birds live here, which has converted this idyllic paradise into a protected natural park. Enjoy a hiking excursion that will see your senses awakened to the island’s wildlife.

Fuerteventura: Roundtrip Water Taxi to Lobos Island

2. Fuerteventura: Roundtrip Water Taxi to Lobos Island

After departing from the home port in Corralejo (Fuerteventura), your tour will begin as you cross the inlet separating the island from the islet, an area called El Río (the river). Once having crossed this area, you will reach the inland lagoons located in the south of Lobos Island. Once there, you will venture ashore to El Muelle, where you will be able to enjoy the islet, stroll along the paths, or relax in the calm waters of La Concha Beach. Whilst at this beach, it is recommended that you engage in snorkeling. You will be free to enjoy the crystal-clear waters and a wide variety of marine life, before preparing to return back to port. At the specified time, you will return from El Muelle to the home port in Corralejo, where your tour will conclude.

Fuerteventura: Sailing Tour of Lobos Island

3. Fuerteventura: Sailing Tour of Lobos Island

Discover the beauty of  Lobos Island on this catamaran cruise from Fuerteventura. Sail with a drink in hand, snorkel, kayak, or paddleboard through the crystal-clear waters of La Concha beach. 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. Continue until you reach La Concha beach, famous for its tranquil, turquoise waters where the landscape ebbs and flows with the tide. Let the boat drop anchor and enjoy water activities like feeding fish, snorkeling, kayaking and paddleboarding, or just lying in the sun on the catamaran net.

Fuerteventura: Trekking Tour Through the North of the Island

4. Fuerteventura: Trekking Tour Through the North of the Island

Cross the north of Fuerteventura whilst enjoying a nature hike through a unique environment. During this Trekking Tour, discover El Calderón Hondo in Lajares village, one of the most well-preserved volcanoes of the island. Climb to the edge of the crater and enjoy the impressive depth of the cone from a panoramic balcony, one of the best views of the north shore and Lanzarote. Walk through fossil dunes and into ravines formed by millions of years of erosion in the natural setting of La Cañada de Melian Canyon.  Next, relax in the typical village of El Cotillo located on the northeastern coast, which offers some of the island's most charming beaches. Visit a local bar or restaurant downtown before walking around the Toston lighthouse to see the ocean and the natural lakes of the north.  Finally, return to your hotel for a rest after this unforgettable day. Be picked up at your Hotel between 9:00 and 9:30 AM and return between 2:30 and 3:00 PM.

Corralejo: 4-Hour Lobos Island Sailing Tour Without Lunch

5. Corralejo: 4-Hour Lobos Island Sailing Tour Without Lunch

Departing from the town of Corralejo (northern Fuerteventura), you will embark on your comprehensive, family-friendly trip to Lobos Island. You will sail in a catamaran with a maximum of 12 passengers. As soon as you leave the port, the majestic sight of the Lobos Islet will be ahead of you. With the wind caressing you, you will sail on until you reach the western side of Lobos Island, where you can view the lovely La Caldera Mountain (a half-submerged volcanic cone), before heading south until you reach La Concha Beach, famous for its paradisaical calm and turquoise waters, where the landscape changes totally depending on the tide. This is the breathtaking setting where you will cast anchor. This is so one group can partake in water activities, such as feeding the fish and observing them whilst snorkeling, going out on a kayak or paddle surfing, or simply daydreaming while lying in the sun on the Catamaran's net. At the same time the other group will sail on the semi-rigid to one of the most authentic parts of Lobos: the Puertito (or Little Port), where the turquoise blue of its little lakes will impress absolutely everyone. You will then go back to the catamaran to sail back to Corralejo, having forged incredible memories.

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What people are saying about Corralejo

This experience is undoubtedly the one I liked the most, they pick you up very punctual. They put you on the boat and divide you into groups: one goes to Isla de Lobos, wonderful, there are very few houses and fishermen living. There is a beautiful cove for bathing. (if you have courage) haha and also a path that takes you to hills that you can see Lanzarote and the northern part of Fuerteventura. Another group enjoys snorkeling with crystal clear waters and a magnificent place to take a dip and then music all the time on the same boat and paella that was delicious, you can change clothes on the boat, comfortable, and there are also bathrooms. The experience seemed short to me, recommended if you go to Fuerteventura 100%. You can't let her get away, she's so worth it.

The journey is short depending on how rough the sea is, in our case it was 20 because it was very windy. It was very good for us when we got to the island, and we visited everything except the lighthouse, which is the furthest away. Where we stayed the longest was at La Caleta beach, which has its history behind it, and the water was very clean and crystalline. Small but pretty island.

Everything went smoothly, we even booked same morning and were there 1-5pm - perfect for a little hike up the hill & some time at the beach. At the only restaurant on the island you have to reserve in advance, so just have something with you if it doesn't work out in a timely manner.

Everything great. The employees were very nice, helped me carry our buggy over the board. The ship was easy to find and the return trip was well organized. The island itself also has a lot to discover, we took a lot of nice photos. Definitely a nice great experience.

Very enjoyable boat transfer to Lobos Island. Staff very friendly and took time (and care) to assist everyone both on and off the craft, particularly at the pier on Lobos which was subject to a high swell / breakers.