Cruise to Fuerteventura in 2023
The whole of Fuerteventura has been declared a Biosphere Reserve, and for good reason, as it’s home to 644 species of vascular plants. A natural standout on the island are the Ajuy Caves, among 150 sites of primary geological interest in the world.
The Fuerteventura cruise port is charming Puerto del Rosario, which has open-air cafés and traditional Canarian restaurants around the waterfront. Explore here, or seek out the local street art which includes colourful murals and giant snail sculptures along the promenade.
Top Fuerteventura cruise excursions…
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A taste of Fuerteventura
Love wine tasting? This tour is ideal. Leave the Fuerteventura cruise port and visit a traditional vineyard and farm to taste the local wines and olive oil, served with tapas. Finally, head to Betancuria and its small museum at the Casa Santa Maria which reveals the history of the island.
Highlights of Fuerteventura
Fuerteventura’s most important plant is aloe vera, which grows well here in the unique climate. On this excursion you’ll visit an aloe vera farm to see how diverse this plant can be. After touring here, move on to the fishing village of Ajuy, then to Betancuria.
The Ajuy Caves and Betancuria
After visiting the fishing village of Ajuy and its dramatic black-sand beach, explore the nearby caves with a guide, which seem to be carved deep into the volcanic rock. Afterwards, spend some time looking around the charming old colonial village of Betancuria.