Welcome to Corralejo

What makes Corralejo, however, are the miles of sand dunes to the south of town, sweeping back into gentle sugar-loaf rolls from the sea and fabulous broad sandy beaches. Protected as a nature park, no one can build on or near them…for now, that is. Unfortunately, a couple of monolithic concrete eyesores from the Riu hotel chain managed to get here before the regulation was in place.

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$50.90 Day Trips & Excursions

Fuerteventura Island Tour and Scenic Ferry Ride from Lanzarote

Start your day trip with a pickup from your Lanzarote meeting point, and travel by air-conditioned coach to Playa Blanca, on the island’s southern coast. Board the ferry for your 30-minute crossing to Fuerteventura, an island that basks in the sparkling Atlantic to the south. Your ferry ticket is prebooked, so there’s no need to wait in line at the port. Once on board, sit back and contemplate the views over the waves and Fuerteventura on the horizon. Head south through Fuerteventura’s dramatic, stark landscapes to Betancuria, the island’s former capital. Cradled into volcanic hills, this ancient whitewashed hamlet was named after the 15th-century Norman explorer, Jean de Béthencourt, who conquered the island. Stroll around its pretty squares independently, and perhaps visit pretty Santa Maria church to see its fine Baroque altar. Next, trace the corkscrew mountain roads to a spectacular viewpoint. Take photos of the breathtaking mountain scenery in front of you and look out for the cheeky chipmunks that make a point of visiting the spot. Continue to Pajara, a traditional village famed for its Church of Our Lady of Regla, which boasts two aisles and Aztec-style door carvings. Wander around as you wish and then head towards South Corralejo, passing by Puerto del Rosario, the island’s capital. Continue to the spectacular National Park of Fuerteventura. The sight of this 6-mile (11-kilometer) expanse of giant sand dunes merging into the aquamarine sea will have your camera working overtime! Afterward, return to Corralejo and, following your ferry crossing, finish your tour with a drop-off at the meeting point.

$56.69 Day Trips & Excursions

Lanzarote Volcano and Wine Region Tour from Fuerteventura

After pickup by bus from your hotel or a central meeting point in Corralejo, Jandia, or Castillo, travel to the portside at Corralejo to board your Lineas Romero glass-bottomed ferry.Then, relax on deck and enjoy the open-air sea journey as you sail to Playa Blanca in southern Lanzarote.Meet your experienced guide here, settle aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned coach, and head first to the Timanfaya National Park, home to Lanzarote’s Timanfaya volcano.Enjoy a drive through the lunar-like volcanic landscapes of the park and stop to watch some geothermal demonstrations that highlight the intense underground heat in this dormant volcanic area.From here, travel on to La Geria, Lanzarote’s wine region: famous for its unique-looking vineyards, where each vine is planted in a weather-protective hollow in the soil.Stop to enjoy some of the local wine and then visit an Aloe Vera museum to learn more about this local crop. Finally, take a panoramic tour of Lanzarote’s south coast to see its majestic cliffs and famous green lagoon of El Golfo.Then, return to the port at Playa Blanca for your boat journey back to Fuerteventura, where your tour finishes with a drop-off at the original starting point.Tour is available in English, German, French, and Spanish Please note: Spanish tours are only available on Saturday

$33.55 Transfers & Ground Transport

Lanzarote Ferry Ticket to Fuerteventura with Resort Transfers

Board a morning transfer bus at a main holiday resort in Lanzarote (IMPORTANT: Pick ups from Arrecife only available on Tuesdays and Saturdays), and travel to the southern port of Playa Blanca to catch the express Lineas Romero ferry to Fuerteventura. Settle aboard the first Lineas Romero ferry of the day for the neighboring island, and enjoy the approximately 45-minute crossing, with a stop to view the marine life through the ferry’s underwater windows.On arrival in the port of Corralejo, set off to enjoy Fuerteventura as you wish. The island has some of the best beaches in the world and a famous sand dunes national park just south of Corralejo.Plus, you can rent quad bikes (own expense), get active with lots of watersports (own expense), or explore Corralejo town with its many shops, bars, and restaurants.Catch the last return ferry of the day back to Lanzarote at 5:30pm and enjoy a bus transfer to your resort, bringing your experience to an end.Rather travel to Fuerteventura with a guide? If so, take a look at a Fuerteventura day trip from Lanzarote here on Viator.

$55.62 Day Trips & Excursions

Discover Fuerteventura from Lanzarote

Fuerteventura is the second island in extension of the Canary Islands with its 150 kilometers length. It is impossible to cover it all in one day, but this guided tour gives a good approach to its history, customs and habits, lifestyle and future projection. The tourism industry, (we will see an example in Corralejo), makes it increasingly known in Europe, first for its beaches, but also for its interior and protected areas, since it has recently been declared Reserve of the Biosphere. We will see the contrasts in its interior visiting Betancuria, the old capital, the town of Pájara, and its areas of wild mountains and viewpoints, but also beach areas like Las Dunas de Corralejo. The island moves in its interior betting on rural tourism, the cultivation of aloe vera, tomatoes or the recent implantation and production of extra virgin olive oil. A long day, with infinite and desert roads, but satisfactory in terms of knowledge and discovery that may make Fuerteventura your island in the Canaries, to enjoy your next vacation. Languages: From Playa Blanca / Puerto Del Carmen/ Costa Teguise: Tuesday: English - Spanish  Saturday: English - German

$28.92 Kid Friendly

Fuerteventura Acua Water Park Entrance Ticket

Acua Water Park, the only water park in Fuerteventura, is located at the village of Corralejo. It invites the whole family to live an adventure through a wide diversity of slides, pools, and jacuzzis.Our main attractions are the kamikazes and the fast river where you could travel at more than 25 km/h and the wave pool, which recreates the sensation of the movement of the sea but with the comfort of a pool.The little ones of the family have three exclusive zones, the Kid´s Pool featuring small slides, the Splash Lagoon where they can enjoy water jets and sheets, (two mini-kamikazes and mini-soft slides), and the Kid´s Club, where they can be well entertained while parents could have a break to enjoy our attractions.At Acua Water Park we offer many different services such as self-service restaurant, pool bar, the Acua Shop, photographic services and bus service. We do offer many other free services like wifi, animation, parking, solarium, relaxing area, changing rooms and showers.

$17.35 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

Lobos Island Natural Park Express Ferry from Fuerteventura

The cheaper option to visit Lobos Island only 15 min. crossing, you can choose any of daily departure. Route: Corralejo > Isla de Lobos > Corralejo, from Monday to Sunday:Departures: 10:00 | 11:00 | 12:00 | 13:00 | 15:30Return: 10:15 | 11:15 | 12:15 | 13:55 | 16:00 | 17:00Some interest places to know in Lobos are: La Caldera Mountain: the highest of the island with 127 meters, with beautiful views of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. La Concha beach, to enjoy a day at the beach sunbathing and bathing in the calm, clear waters turquoise color. El Puertito, an old fishing village which has a small beach to enjoy especially at high tide. The unspoiled landscapes of the interior, the salt marsh Faro Martiño and the basin of the Lagunitas. The seabed are underwater reserve area because it has great ecological wealth.