Fuerteventura is one of the quiet Island in the Canaries. Popular with the English and Germans this Island is well known for it’s long beaches and good weather for water sports. Fuerteventura is a large island with much of it untouched by the tourist trade. With some great attractions on the island you will need a car or to arrange to see many of the attractions. Below are some of the Tourist Attractions in Fuerteventura.

Cueva de Llanos, La Oliva Visitors Centre

This visitors centre has more than 400m of accessible cave. The cave was formed from a volcanic tube and is accessed by a section where the roof has collapsed (a large jameo). The museum has four themes: geological history of Fuerteventura, volcanism and formation of volcanic pipes, evolution of biodiversity on the island and subterranean life endemic to the cave. The centre boasts an exhibition room, gift shop, cafeteria and toilets.

Contact details:
Telephone: 928175928
Opening Times: Tuesday to Saturday with guided tours every 30 minutes from 10.15 – 12.45 and 14.45 to 17.15

La Lajita Oasis Park

Situated in the south of Fuerteventura this is a natural paradise of more than 780.000 meters squared. One of the most important projects created to protect and preserve the unique flora and fauna of the Canary Island. Your day will include an animal park, African savannah, botanical garden, sea lions show, parrot show, birds of prey display, reptile show and the opportunity to go on a camel safari.

Contact details:
Telephone: 928161135
Email: omercial@lajitaoasispark.com
Website: www.lajitaoasispark.com
Opening Times: 09:00 to 18:00 daily

Baku Water Park

This park can be found in Corralejo and is the island’s only water park. This is a large complex and offers a range of attractions, which include a lazy river, a wave pool, tenpin bowling, miniature golf, a driving range, landscaped gardens, sun beds, restaurants and a range of gift shops.

Opening Times: 09:00 to 18:00 daily

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