Join our wheelchair accessible tour of Fuerteventura Island with an official local guide and discover the highlights of this beautiful island. We will visit Betancuria, the first capital of the Canary Islands, the amazing sand dunes of Corralejo and El Cotillo, a small town with a seafaring tradition. In addition, we will enjoy stargazing at the Sicasumbre Viewpoint.
This panoramic tour starts visiting Betancuria, one of the most important colonial milestones in the history of the Canary Islands. In the colonial town, recognized as a historical complex in 1979, we will see numerous temples, among which the Church of Santa María stands out for being the first church on the islands. Afterwards, we will stop at Morro Velosa Viewpoint, where we will find a building work of the famous and prolific Canarian artist César Manrique, to enjoy the landscape of arid beauty. Later, we will visit the fisher village Corralejo in the North of Fuerteventura. We will drive to Corralejo Natural Park and see the amazing sand dunes of Corralejo, an extensive field of dunes that stretches from Playa Puerto Remedio to La Salina. It constitutes a habitat with numerous protected endemic species.
Finally, we will make a stop in Cotillo, a small town with a seafaring tradition where we will walk along the promenade and enjoy local cuisine in a barrier-free restaurant near the port. Later, we will drive to see -from outside- a few remains of El Toston Castle and enjoy the unique views. It is an area of black rock, which has a very authentic beauty.
As the last stop in this wheelchair accessible tour of Fuerteventura Island, we will visit the Sicasumbre Observation Viewpoint, an ideal place both to observe the stars and to enjoy the views of the wonderful landscapes.