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Fuerteventura: Return Lobos Island Ferry Ticket with Entry

Product ID: 306838
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Visit Lobos Island on a boat cruise from the picturesque Corralejo on Fuerteventura. Discover an island which is a protected natural park and walk along its wonderful beaches and paths, accessible for everybody.
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Experience

Highlights
  • Explore Lobos Island Natural Park, Biosphere Reserve and Special Protection Area (ZEPA)
  • Enjoy the thrill of taking a fast ferry
  • Choose between more than six daily departures
  • Bring your stroller baby and your food backpack without any extra cost
Full description
After just 15-minutes by boat from Corralejo, be amazed by the different tones of blue water whilst you disembark to this hidden corner of the Atlantic Ocean. Looking to the right of the harbour you will find the path that takes you to El Puertito, an old fishing village that is situated next to a small white sand beach. Here you can find the only restaurant on the island and a few buildings that were built before the island had been declared a Natural Park. Surrounded by tranquil waters, you will enjoy the island’s rich and exotic sea life.

To the left of the harbour you can find the most famous beach on this side of El Río. Take a swim in the calm and crystal clear, turquoise blue water or sunbathe in the fine sand, perfect for families with children, couples, young and old. This beach is commonly known as “La Concha” (the Shell) because of its shape, although the official name is La Caleta because of the lime scale oven that played an important role in the construction of the “Martiño” lighthouse. From here you can see in the distance the dunes of Corralejo, the contours of Fuerteventura and when turning your back to the sea, appreciate the unique mountain “La Caldera”. Don’t forget to visit the nearby statue of Josefine Plá, the Spanish writer, poet and essayist, who was born on the island.

Take a deep breath, a bottle of water and get ready to climb the highest peak of the island. The “La Caldera” mountain is a volcanic cone of relatively recent origin. Enjoy a fantastic view of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote from its 127-meter peak. Time stands still here as you take in the silence and colour of this splendid natural surrounding. 

Whilst visiting the Northern part of the island, you will find the lighthouse, whose first lighthouse keeper was Josefine Plá’s father. Nowadays, the lighthouse works fully automatically and has been restored to its full splendour. Within the shade of this magnificent structure you will stop for a rest, whilst admiring the sea and Lanzarote with its volcanoes in the background.

Admire the volcanic nature of the island’s interior and take a walk on the “Saladar (salt marsh) del Faro Martiño” and “Las Lagunitas”. More than 130 plant species and endemic birds live here, which has converted this idyllic paradise into a protected natural park. Enjoy a hiking excursion that will see your senses awakened to the island’s wildlife.
Includes
  • Entrance authorization management to Lobos Island
  • Return boat ticket
  • Compulsory travellers insurance
  • Port taxes
What’s Not Included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Head to the harbor of Corralejo. Look for “Majorero” “Isla de Lobos” or “Celia Cruz” boats. The boats are located at the end of the port, opposite the bus stop.

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Important information
What to bring
  • Passport or ID card
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Swimwear
  • Towel
  • Food and drinks
  • Sunscreen
  • Water
Know before you go
• Please provide the full names of all participants and ID of adults when making a reservation
• The following activities are forbidden on the island: embarking anywhere on the coast, except on the harbour; bringing domestic animals to the island; leaving the designated hiking tracks; accumulating flammable material and making outdoor fires; making noise that disturbs the region’s tranquility; climbing the “La Caldera” mountain during the breeding season; putting up advertisements; hunting; dumping or burying any kind of rubbish and changing, destroying or removing materials that are of patrimonial, geological or biological nature
• Participants must travel via the designated paths, walk only on hiking tracks, and fish or catch crabs along the coast between “Punta El Marrajo” and “Los Roques del Puertito”
• Collecting geological or biological material for educational, investigative or business reasons must have the council's authorization
• You are required to bring your passport/ID

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Product ID: 306838