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From Fuerteventura: Lanzarote Volcano and Wine Region Tour

1. 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. Drive along the scenic south coast to visit the green lagoon of Charco de los Clicos and see its majestic cliffs. Return to port at Playa Blanca for the return boat journey to Corralejo, where you can avail of the transfer back to your resort according to your booking.

Morro Jable: Sailing Boat Excursion with Food and Drinks

2. Morro Jable: Sailing Boat Excursion with Food and Drinks

Explore the beauty of Morro Jable's coastline on this yacht along the Atlantic Ocean. Swim or snorkel with the local marine life and enjoy delicious Canarian cuisine with unlimited alcoholic drinks. Meet your Captain at the Morro Jable port, hop aboard, relax and enjoy the ride. Admire the vast sandy beach, turquoise waters, and the Morro Jable lighthouse as you sail. Soak in the views as your Captain anchors the yacht. Fancy a swim? No problem, jump off the boat and into the crystal-clear waters for a swim or snorkel. Marvel at the colorful fish beneath the surface; if you're lucky, you might even spot the local dolphins or whales.  Feeling hungry? Don't worry; you can tuck into a selection of tasty Canarian food accompanied by cava, beer, or soft drinks to clench your thirst.  End your day on a high as you head back to the pier; this is an unforgettable sailing experience that will leave long-lasting memories.

Tuineje: Southeast Fuerteventura Boat Cruise with Lunch

3. Tuineje: Southeast Fuerteventura Boat Cruise with Lunch

Explore the coast of Fuerteventura by boat on this tour from Las Palmas. Search for whales in the Giniginámar, Tarajalejo and La Lajita bays, go for a dip in Cala del Caracol, and sail by fishing villages. Listen to live music, savor local food, and sip on beer, wine, and soft drinks on board.  Be picked up from your accommodation at selected locations on the island of Las Palmas. Sit back and relax in an airconditioned bus on the transfer to the dock in Gran Tarajal. Hop aboard the 8 m long and 7 m wide, double bridge catamaran. Hang out in the upper deck's panoramic solarium with comfortable hammocks, cushioned and reclining seats, and a space reserved for the DJ. Visit the cozy lounge space on the lower deck and chill out on the high-back sofa benches under warm LED lighting. Dance in the clubbing house where you can purchase a cocktail in the Gintoneria bar. Take in views of the picturesque fishing villages of Las Playitas, the iconic Entallada lighthouse, and the golden sands of Jacomar beach. Cruise along the Giniginámar, Tarajalejo and La Lajita bays and keep an eye out for the whales that frequent these bays. Set anchor at Cala del Caracol which is inaccessible by land. Dive into the crystal clear waters, snorkeling through vibrant underwater ecosystems and go paddle boarding. Savor Canarian tapas and paella onboard. Return to the pier in Gran Tarajal and transfer back to your accommodation in Las Palmas in a spacious bus.

Fuerteventura: Island Tour by Minibus

4. Fuerteventura: Island Tour by Minibus

Discover the beauty of Fuerteventura and explore the north of the island. Enjoy hotel pickup and drop-off from multiple locations on the island. Savor a lunch comprised of regional delicacies. See Mount Tindaya, the valley of the Conception and the Corralejo Dunes.  Hop aboard a comfortable and airconditioned bus and immerse yourself in the realm of King Guize, the last king of the Maxorata. Discover "The Gateway to the World" at the caves of Ajui, and learn more about goat cheese that has a long tradition on Fuerteventura. Be enchanted by the impressive landscapes of Fuerteventura and enjoy the views of the sand dunes at Corralejo, the sacred mountain of Tindaya, and the lush greenery of the valley of the Conception. Sit down to lunch of a few regional Spanish specialties before returning to your hotel by bus.

Fuerteventura Organic Farm Guided Tour w/ optional lunch

5. Fuerteventura Organic Farm Guided Tour w/ optional lunch

Explore all the aspects of a small farm operation through a variety of activities at this certified organic farm, including meeting the animals, wandering the olive orchards and aloe vera cropland, and seeing the tropical permaculture garden. Then, try out a selection of local farm produce for lunch. Start off the tour by learning about the history of the Verdeaurora farm, and hear about the volcanic origins of the island. Learn about the site's designation as a Special Protection Area for Birds, then take the chance to meet the farm's sheep and Majorero donkeys. Next, see the farm's variety of crops on a guided walk, from aloe vera plants to olive orchards. You'll come to understand the evolution of farm practices on the island and see the present-day technology of olive oil production. Enjoy a glass of local cava before venturing into the permaculture garden, an oasis of tropical fruit trees and foliage. Here, you'll get to sample some farm-fresh olive oil for yourself. You'll then take part in an aloe vera workshop, to create your own aloe lotion and learn about the impressive therapeutic properties of the plant. Stop to enjoy a tapas lunch of local products like tomatoes, potatoes with mojo sauce, Majorero cheese with jams, and a gofio dessert, accompanied by a glass of wine from the Canary Islands. Finally, relax on the terrace overlooking the farm and volcanic landscape, and take the opportunity to browse the shop for its beauty, health, and food products.

Fuerteventura: Tapas and Culture Tour

6. Fuerteventura: Tapas and Culture Tour

Get to know typical and authentic food from the Canary Islands during this culinary tour. Observe a live cooking show, visit an olive tree farm, and learn how goat cheese is made on this comprehensive tour. Learn more about the prickly pear and taste the cactus jam. Enjoy a live cooking show where you'll learn to prepare a green mojo sauce and alioli, a white garlic sauce. Learn more about the production of olive oil with your host who will teach you about olives and their local 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. Learn about goat cheese from a family who has been carrying out old traditions for generations. See the Majorero goat, visit its pasture, and taste several cheeses that have won international awards. The cheese tastes especially good with a glass of red wine.

From Fuerteventura: Lanzarote Trip with Wine Tasting & Lunch

7. From Fuerteventura: Lanzarote Trip with Wine Tasting & Lunch

Get picked up from your hotel and sail from the harbor of Corralejo to Playa Blanca in Lanzarote. From there a bus will take you to the Fire Mountains. Observe the fantastic landscape of the Timanfaya National Park and the geothermal demonstrations in the Islote de Hilario. Next, begin your volcano route and go deep into the lava fields. After a delicious lunch, the bus will pass through La Geria, a wine town. Visit a typical wine cellar and taste the wines of Lanzarote.  Continue across the island to reach the volcano tube Jameos del Agua. Discover unique species, like the albino crab, known as Jameito. From there, return to Playa Blanca, crossing the coast of lava to get the ferry to Fuerteventura.

Fuerteventura: Tour of Bodega Conatvs Vineyard with Tasting

8. Fuerteventura: Tour of Bodega Conatvs Vineyard with Tasting

Visit Bodega Conatvs vineyard and go on a guided walking tour, learning about how they cultivate the vines and produce the wines. Enjoy a tasting session with local cheese and oils. Your visit starts with a tour of the vines, where you can see the different varieties of grape and the systems used that sometimes even involve volcanos. Move on to the winery where the grapes are turned into wine then bottled, then visit the wine-tasting room to try out some wines, accompanied by a tasting of local Fuerteventura cheese.

Fuerteventura: Artisan Goat's Cheese Making at Local Farm

9. Fuerteventura: Artisan Goat's Cheese Making at Local Farm

You will have the experience of making an authentic Fuerteventura cheese with your own hands from the milking. You will know how it is, how it lives, how it feeds,... the Majorera goat: the best goat in the world for desert climate and the real protagonist in this experience. Upon arrival at our farm, you will be welcomed with a cup of coffee while we explain the experience, which will last approximately 2.5 hours. At that moment we provide you with the necessary material (work covers, tights, gloves,...) to access the corrals and the milking parlor. Once here we proceed to teach you the milking techniques both manually and with the milking machine, so that you can do it on your own. Also during the milking we provide you with all the necessary information about our greatest treasure: the Majorera goat (feeding, morphology, care,...). In the middle of the work we give you an Authentic Fuerteventura Breakfast, which consists of a bowl of freshly milked goat's milk with Gofio. Once we have milked a batch of goats (approx. 40 goats) we will go to the pens to proceed to feed them. Our guest farmers will carry out the work in the corral (emptying the sacks of food in the troughs, wheelbarrow with alfalfa,...). When this is finished, we will again provide new work material (change of gloves, hats, aprons,...) this time to go to the Elaboration Room, where our visitors will get all the basic information necessary to transform milk into cheese. Each visitor will individually elaborate their own cheese. In this place you will also have more information about the different majorero cheeses that exist, differences in formats with respect to the ripening time, ... and much more. When you have finished making the cheese, we leave it in the "press" to take firmness and we go to our patio of plants, where you will receive a large breakfast containing fresh cheese sandwich, cheese board, accompanied by Canarian Mojos and jams, plus water and other consumption to choose (Coffee, Tea, Tenerife Wine, Beer, Soft Drinks, ...). Once you have finished having breakfast and rested from the experience, you will go back to the Elaboration room and take your own cheese from the press, vacuum pack it and label it by yourselves, ending the experience.

From Fuerteventura: Lanzarote Highlights Tour & Wine Tasting

10. From Fuerteventura: Lanzarote Highlights Tour & Wine Tasting

Sail for 35 minutes from the Corralejo dock with the Buganvilla Express ferry to Lanzarote. Once on the island of volcanoes, you will explore the most important places of the south part of this island. You will drive until the Timanfaya National Park, in order to visit and discover the charms of these unique volcanic and lunar landscapes. After visiting and enjoying the volcanoes, you will head towards the centre of the island to reach La Geria, a very unique area where vines are cultivated in cone-shaped ash holes, a unique worldwide way of farming, where you will have the chance to taste a great Malvasia wine. Afterwards, you will visit the Museum of Aloe Vera, where you will learn about the different uses of this typical local plant and learn about new natural therapies. To finish the excursion you will visit the southern part of the island enjoying the Green Lake or Charco de los Clicos, and finally you will have some free time in Playa Blanca village until you board back in the ferry to return on the island of Fuertevetura

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What people are saying about Fuerteventura

It was a great experience! We visited a lot of beautiful places. The tour was well-organized. Fist, we visited Timanfaya national park - unique place! We spent most time in the bus because it was not allowed to leave it in the park. The only stop we had is the restaurant near one of the volcanoes. Later, we visited green lake, winery (very good local wine) and aloe Vera museum (the least interesting part of this trip in my opinion). All in all, it was great value for money we paid. If you are visiting Fuerterventura, I really recommend to try this tour.

This trip was fun and our tour guide Simon was great, he explained so many things and nothing was too much trouble for him. The caves and view amazing, correleja was so eye catching… amazing dunes, sand and one of the best beaches. I would recommend this trip for a great day out on a mini bus tour with plenty stops.

Great day out from start to finish, visited an Aloe Vera plant, museum and shop. Wonderful drive through the volcano and mountains. Stopped for lunch and wine tasting. Then on to the green lagoon for photo stop. Excellent day out

The visit was interesting and we had fun too. The wine was excellent not to mention all the good cheese we were given. Really cool experience in the heart of the desert. Definitely it deserves

From the ocean to the volcanic badlands to the sea again…it was a full day of fun!