What to visit in Fuerteventura this spring

28 February 2020

Volare a Maiorca con Albastar

Spring marks the start of longer and nicer days that definitely make us want to travel more, so why not enjoy a few days of relaxation by the sea? This spring, Albastar suggests flying to: Fuerteventura.
Starting from 27 May and throughout summer, Albastar offers extra flights to Fuerteventura leaving from Verona.
This fantastic island is not just about beaches, but it also has natural parks and lots of places to visit. Here a just a few:

The 5 places that Albastar suggests you visit in Fuerteventura

This is one of the main attractions of the Canarian archipelago. Almost 10 km of white dunes that are bathed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. A unique experience: a real desert by the sea.

Lobos Island
This island was once inhabited only by monk seals and sea lions, today it is a genuine oasis of serenity, where you can forget the stress of everyday life. Here you will find plants and birds that do not exist in other parts of the world, making the visit truly worthwhile. Just as picturesque is the discovery of the island’s volcanic landscape.

El Cotillo
It is mainly visited by tourists who wish to taste the delicious seafood cuisine and those who love to kitesurf.
But if you prefer a calm sea and a beach with fine white sand, the ideal places to visit are: La Concha and Los Lagos. These beaches have a natural horseshoe shape with a reef that protects them from the current.

This was once the capital, now it is the main reference point for discovering the history of Fuerteventura. At the Museum of Archaeology, you can learn more about the lifestyle of its ancient inhabitants.

Calderon Hondo
It is one of the best-preserved volcanoes on the island and it is situated in Lajares.
The path to access the volcano is suitable for everyone and the landscape is very pleasant.
As soon as you reach the top, you can look inside the crater and you can admire the breathtaking view of the surrounding natural area.
You will also have the opportunity to meet squirrels, small birds of prey, black crows and goats that graze on the edge of the crater.