We called into Fuerteventura in 2016 and did a tour called "Taste of Fuerteventura". This took us first if all to a local farm that grew vines and lroduced its oen wine (delicious). It also produced cheese from its goats and cows and had a fruit orchard. There was akso plenty of donkeys and various fowl including a couple of peafowl. Then we went to the Aloe Vera factory, had a demonstration ofharvesting the plant and how it was used to make various items. Opportunity to buy products made from theplant and also get a mini massage (neck, shoulders, head or foot). Then a drive round the rest of the island to see the varying landscape (amazing) and then finally to the capital (name escapes me) where we were treated tp local snacks and local wines befire returning to the ship.
Ship arrives not far from sandy beach. We spend lovely time on the beach and had an excellent tapas in a town.
Visited: Nov 24, 2018
We took an excursion from the port entrance around the North of the island, visiting the desert sand are a free time in Corralego, a very relaxing small town.
Visited: Mar 23, 2018
Just went on the local beach
Visited: Oct 20, 2017
Didn't do an excursion... very commercial port, wouldn't do again unless we booked an excursion.
Visited: Apr 07, 2018
Nice place to visit there is a city centre worth visiting.
Visited: Nov 08, 2019
Visited: Mar 23, 2019
Taste of fuerteventura tour was excellent with Oliver, our guide.
Visited: Nov 23, 2019
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