The grandiosity of its volcanic landscape and the purity of its beaches have not gone unnoticed by UNESCO, which declared the island a biosphere reserve in 2009..
In between a visit to the beach and a tour of the island, a trip to the local cheese dairies and restaurants should not be missed. La Oliva is the hot spot of gastronomy for deliciously prepared local products. Whether it’s goat’s cheese or meat, regionally grown vegetables and deliciously baked goods – all natural and often organic.
Surfing in the WINDSURF PARADISE
The long and sunny days and the strong winds and waves up to 2 meters high have contributed to the long tradition of windsurfing and kitesurfing on Fuerteventura.