Why visit Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is, perhaps, the most solar of all the Canary Islands. This is a semi-desert island, it too of volcanic origin, but sunken in the blinding reflexes of its white and golden beaches. Thus, sunbathing is the mainstream manner of spending time in Fuerteventura. But surely tourists accommodated in Tenerife do not head for Fuerteventura for the mere sunbathing, since Tenerife too is more than generous in terms of beaches. Biking is said to be highly rewarding in Fuerteventura, for instance, just as shopping is, and there are plenty other tourist opportunities waiting to be discovered upon which daytrips from Tenerife to Fuerteventura are solidly grounded. It’s not for nothing that Fuerteventura is said to have been called the Island of the Fortunate.

How to get from Tenerife to Fuerteventura

By sea

Trasmediterranea provides trips from Tenerife to Fuerteventura by means of boats leaving from Santa Cruz and hauling ashore in Puerto del Rosario, the capital of Fuerteventura. The other sea line company undertaking the task of taking tourists from Tenerife to Fuerteventura is Naviera Armas, with vessels leaving, again, from Santa Cruz and hauling ashore at either Puerto del Rosario, Corralejo or Morro Jable.

By air

In order to fly from Tenerife to Fuerteventura, tourists should, as expected, resort to Binter and Islas Airways, the two main inter-island flight operators.

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