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Fuerteventura: Jandía Natural Park & The Puertito Buggy Tour

1. Fuerteventura: Jandía Natural Park & The Puertito Buggy Tour

Travel to the most exotic and exclusive landscapes in the south of Fuerteventura on this guided buggy trip. Experience the pleasure of adventure and let yourself be carried through the mountains on the oldest island of the Canary Archipelago. Before starting the tour, your guide will explain via a theoretical class how to drive the buggy vehicle and interpret their signals as well as detail info about safety measures and keeping a reasonable distance. Dust goggles are also given to all participants. After pickup, head to the Port of Morro Jable, where the group will depart, then start by navigating through the scenic Jandía Natural Park. In the midst of picturesque views, you can appreciate some of the local fauna: squirrels, goats, sheep, and donkeys. Finally, get to the charming village of Puerto de la Cruz, better known as The Puertito, which can be found at the end of the island. There, listen to stories of this magical place before starting the return ride.

Fuerteventura: Tapas and Culture Tour

2. Fuerteventura: Tapas and Culture Tour

Get to know typical and authentic organic products from the Canary Islands during this culinary tour. Learn more about the prickly pear from your first host and taste the juice as well as the mojo sauces and marmalades. Learn more about the production of olive oil on the second farm. Enjoy a tour of the area with your host and listen to his explanations about the olives and his own little production. Taste the oil and get to know the traditions of the locals. If you are interested, you can buy the products directly on site. Find out more about goat's cheese at the third location. The family you will visit has been carrying out the old tradition for generations. See the Majorero goat and visit its pasture and get the chance to taste the cheese that has won international awards. The cheese tastes especially good with the special bread Pella de Gofio. Learn how this bread is made with the special flour gofio at the end of your visit.

Fuerteventura: Panoramic Hiking Tour

3. Fuerteventura: Panoramic Hiking Tour

Discover the Island of Fuerteventura on a day tour. Learn about the area's distinct culture, walk along a dune path, and visit the Natural Park of Betancuria. Begin your day with a pickup at your hotel in Corralejo, Lajares, Villaverde, or Cotillo, and hear a short briefing about the day's itinerary from your driver. From Corralejo, drive for 5 minutes to the Sand Dunes Natural Park and admire the dunes that slide into the ocean. Take time to explore before a scenic ride along the eastern coast of Fuerteventura, passing through Puerto del Rosario, quaint villages, ancient volcanoes, lava flows, and desert landscapes. Stroll along the white shores of Sotavento beach, in the southeast of the island. Admire the beautiful lagoons and capture the best panoramic shots on the road across the central mountains to Pájara, a quaint rural town. Stop for lunch in Ajuy, a picturesque fishing village, and try the local seafood. Visit the black sand beach or explore the exciting caves only a 30-minute walk away. Cross the Natural Park of Betancuria, the oldest part of the island, which offers broad views over the Canyon of La Peñita. Follow the winding streets of Betancuria, the first Castilian settlement in the Canary Islands and the ancient capital of Fuerteventura. Keep an eye out for the island's native birds, such as falcons, eagles, hawks, and vultures. Finally, witness stunning views of the Tindaya mountain (also known as the "Sacred Mountain").

Fuerteventura South Full-Day Tour

4. Fuerteventura South Full-Day Tour

This 8-hour tour of southern Fuerteventura begins with a drive to the Entallada Lighthouse, perched high on a 200-meter cliff. The site offers spectacular area views. Continue on with a tour of La Pared. Note the wall that constitutes one of the most important archaeological sites on the island of Fuerteventura. Discover the 9-kilometer-long beach at Sotavento that seems to be blessed with permanent sun. Marvel at the seemingly endless stretch of blond sand and enjoy a swim in one of the enormous sea puddles. Finish the tour with a walk along the Morro Jable promenade to the Matorral Lighthouse.

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What people are saying about Costa Calma

We really enjoyed the panoramic tour. Paul was a great guide who showed and explained a lot to us. There was no shortage of fun either. We stopped at great spots and had time to explore. I think there is never enough time to see everything in detail, but for a good overview and for riding in a group it is more than enough and very good! We would definitely recommend the tour

Very good communication prior to pickup from our hotel. Guides informative and knowledgeable and went out of their way to make the day enjoyable. Locals friendly at the farms visited. Highlight of the day for us was cuddling the baby goats. Totally recommend this tour to see the culture of the island.

Great day out with a very helpful and knowledgeable guide who took us to places we would not have found for ourselves. Highly recommend

A very fun and recommended experience for those who visit the island. Iunes is a fantastic guide and a great guy! See you soon!

Very nice trip. Very private and pleasant atmosphere. Far away from tourism and lovable contact with the locals.