Fuerteventura Fuerteventura

When referring to the Canary archipelago, the hearts of most tourists begin to beat more often. And this is not surprising, because the Canary Islands, owned by Spain, are considered an exceptional place of rest. The Timanfaya Volcano Park, the Fire Mountains, the pyramids of Guimar, Teide National Park and the basalt columns of Los Organos - tourists will find any entertainment to their liking.


Fuenteventura Island

The second largest island of the Canary archipelago (after the island of Tenerife) Fuenteventura, like the entire archipelago, was formed as a result of the volcanic activity of the Earth, many thousands of years ago. The administrative center of the island is the town of Puerto del Rosario. The population of the island is small, herds of local goats number much more heads.

But Fuenteventura, in addition to high-end hotels and bungalows, have a unique highlight. Unlike other islands of volcanic origin, local beaches flatter with their deserted expanses with golden sand. The island attracts lovers of calm and secluded holidays.

This does not mean at all that the island is uninteresting for extreme lovers. Thanks to the unique climate, Fuenteventura attracts lovers of large waves in the winter months of the year. Exclusive reef surf - spots located in the northern part of the island, have become a kind of Mecca for surfers. Taking into account the unique opportunities to ride the waves at least every day, year-round surfing training is very popular.

On other Canary Islands, the beaches are covered with black volcanic sand.

Ferry service Fuerteventura

Ferry companies Fred Olsen Express, FRSVI, Naviera Armas and Trasmediterranea cover all the inland sea routes of the archipelago.

To book tickets and travel on a comfortable ferry, you only need to choose the necessary route and the number of necessary tickets. Search data will appear in a few seconds.

A short distance between the main islands of Canary, allows the ferry to transfer tourists to the right place in a few hours.

The brevity of the journey does not in any way affect the level of service of ferry passengers. Ferry companies care about their reputation, and anyone who used the ferry on the Canaries can confirm this.