The long and narrow Fuerteventura island is the wildest of the Canary Islands. It is arid, calm and destroyed by the winds from the Sahara. This island has a unique beauty that marvels every traveler. Its huge beaches seem limitless.
All the Fuerteventura island was named Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO in 2009. Plus, a lot of work has been done this island to promote the sustainable tourism, also with hotels and accessible apartments.
Fuerteventura supports accessibility by facilitating tourism for people with disabilities and promoting its accessible lodgings and restaurants with accessible bathrooms and adapted baths for people with disabilities.
Among its attractions, we should emphasize the antique city of Betancuria, the first city founded in the Canary Islands where we can visit the Archeological Museum and the Sacrum Art Museum.
The Wolves islet is on the Northeast, a place with a wonderful biodiversity, which is ideal for relaxing and forgetting about the daily noise.
The natural environment of the Fuerteventura island is known for its dryness; it is a volcanic landscape to which a few vegetable species have been able to adapt. There is also important gatherings of migratory birds which ornithology fans will enjoy.
Fuerteventura island produces a relaxing sensation of hugeness and openness; it also has limitless virgin beaches where one can feel at Paradise.
Therefore, taking everything into account, Fuerteventura is known as the Canary beach, since it has more than 150 kilometers of coast that make it a unique island which must be visited.