Fuerteventura Airport is located just 5 Kms from Puerto del Rosario, the main city of the Island,8 Kms from Caleta de Fuste, 38 Kms from Corralejo, 42 kms from Cotillo, 70 Kms from Costa Calma, and 91 kms from Morrojable. Once you arrive, there is an Official Information Office, (08.00am-21.00pm, 365 days) at the Arrival Terminal. - Busses: The main bus (line 3) departs. every 30 minutes and runs from Puerto del Rosario to Caleta de Fuste (Castillo) and the cost is around €1.15, and takes around 15 minutes. Once in Puerto del Rosario it will drop you in the main Bus Station from where you can connect with the rest of the island. The second bus (lines 1 and 10) runs between Puerto del Rosario- Gran Tarajal (€3.40)-La Lajita- Costa Calma (€6.20) -Morro Jable (€8.30). - Taxis:. There is price guide for local destinations just by the taxi rank and will give you a good idea of how much your journey should be. - Rent a Car: Hertz office at the Arrival Terminal
This historic municipality was founded in 1404. One of its best known features is its church, with its beautiful Baroque interior and intricate Mudéjar ceiling. Other places to visit are the San Diego chapel, the Convent Church, the Museum of Sacred Art and the Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum.
This massive area in the south of the island is dominated by the dunes and a feeling of solitude. Its virtually untouched beaches invite you to discover hidden places and lose yourself in the sand and sun.
A visit to Cueva del Llano, in Villaverde, gives you the chance to enter the depths of the earth, learn about the animals that populated the island thousands of years ago and discover how this lava tube was formed.
Fuerteventura’s golden sand and turquoise waters are two of their greatest attractions, promoting a feeling of freedom and infinity and inviting you to discover the island’s hideaways. The combination of the tranquillity and the breeze wafting on the endless beaches brings our dreams to life in a heavenly setting. The enormous dunes provide a majestic, silent show of the island’s atmosphere. Some of the many places to visit include El Cotillo, the Corralejo Dunes, and the beaches in Jandía and Gran Tarajal.
Oasis Park is a spectacular outdoor location with more than 800,000 square metres given over to nature: an exotic garden that visitors will find simply surprising. You’ll discover more than 6,800 species of plants from all over the world on a colourful, leafy walk full of delightful nooks and crannies, natural shade and rest areas. Attractions include stealthy, motionless reptiles, spectacular aviaries, the giraffe balcony, the hippo pool and the leopard hill.
The magic and variety of the underwater world, either in deep waters or on the coast, are an invitation to dive on a unique sea floor. The 326 kilometres of coastline in Fuerteventura include many diving spots. Underwater enthusiasts are drawn to the clear waters, where they’ll find an enormous variety of seascapes inhabited by numerous marine species. The island’s many diving centres will give you all the advice you need.
Isla de Lobos - Lobos Island
The sea around Fuerteventura provides a great setting for long excursions and the discovery of faraway places such as Isla de Lobos. This small island of around 4.5 km² is northwest of Fuerteventura. Part of the Protected Park of the Corralejo Dunes, Isla de Lobos is an ideal spot for spectacular diving par excellence, as well as a bird protection area. A boat service has regular departures to Isla de Lobos from the port in Corralejo. Passengers can also enjoy spectacular views during the trip.
Morrojable Sub Cat
Discover the fantastic underwater world of Fuerteventura. Subcat is a true submarine capable of travelling both on and beneath the water. The excursion begins at the port of Morrojable, in the south of the island. The journey starts out on the sea, but before long the Subcat dives down to the depths. You’ll see an incredible underwater show of amazing, undiscovered seascapes dotted with the species that inhabit the depths of the sea.