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Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura, Spain

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Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura, Spain

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Shore Excursions


Betancuria & Correlejo


See the best of Fuerteventura -- second-largest of the Canary Islands and the island closest to Africa. From the port at Puerto del Rosario, you'll venture through the island's interior and along its famous beach-lined coast.

Proceed towards the former colonial capital of Betancuria, named after the conqueror of Fuerteventura, John de Bethencourt. Along the way, you will stop at the


Approximately 4½ Hours
Moderate Walking 


Corralejo On Your Own


This transfer may suit you if you would like to explore on your own. It consists of a motorcoach ride from the ship to Corralejo, with a photo stop at the Dunes of Corralejo Nature Park en route. You will be dropped off at a central location, and the coach escort will advise you of the pick-up time for the return journey. You will have approximately 2.5 hours to shop and explore or go to the be...


Approximately 4½ Hours
Moderate Walking 


Fuerteventura Aloe & Goat Cheese


Leave the port city of Puerto del Rosario, capital of Fuerteventura, and head to an aloe vera farm located in the hinterland of this desert-like island. Fuerteventura is the second-largest of the Canary Islands, but it is among the least populated. It is also the closest to Africa -- only 60 miles from the Sahara Desert -- so its climate is ideal for cacti and succulents such as aloe. Yo...


Approximately 3½ Hours
Easy Walking 


Fuerteventura In Depth


Fuerteventura -- much more than just a nice peaceful island in the Atlantic Ocean -- enchants you today with its inspired landscape, action-packed history, some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe, and the gentle pleasure of a slow, laid-back lifestyle.

The people of Fuerteventura are called Majoreros, and their early ancestors lived in caves and semi-subterranean dwellin...


Approximately 7 Hours
Moderate Walking 


Introducing Fuerteventura


Catch a glimpse of Fuerteventura's special multi-faceted charm on this island tour.

At the Aloe Vera Plantation, learn all about the succulent lily plant that is widely used in the cosmetic industry. Aloe vera is rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins and amino acids. Canarian farmers knew this long before aloe became a household word in North America, and have used it as a remedy for ma...


Approximately 4½ Hours
Moderate Walking 


Puerto del Rosario Farms: Goats & Aloe


Heading out of Puerto del Rosario, capital of Fuerteventura Island, you'll head to an aloe vera farm located inland on this desert-like island. Fuerteventura is the second-largest of the Canary Islands, but it is among the least populated. It is also the closest to Africa -- only 60 miles from the Sahara Sesert -- so its climate is ideal for cacti and succulents such as aloe. You will se...


Approximately 4½ Hours
Moderate Walking