The oldest of the Canary Islands, renowned as the first to emerge from the sea has an expansive length of 210 kilometers. The capital city, Puerto del Rosario, serves as a vibrant hub, complemented by other urban centers such as Corralejo, Gran Tarajal, and Morro Jable, each contributing to the island’s diverse character. Fuerteventura’s landscape is a captivating tableau of ancient volcanoes, dramatic dunes, imposing cliffs, historic windmills, and charming abandoned villages.
Safety prevails in Fuerteventura, boasting a lack of dangerous wildlife, ensuring a pleasant environment for all visitors. The sparse yet distinctive vegetation, including scrub, lichens, verode, tabaibas, and cardones, enhances the island’s charm. Abundant plant trees and tarajales add to its natural beauty.