Explore Fuerteventura's plentiful supply of sights and scenery in uncrowded surrounds. With a maximum of just eight passengers, this exclusive minibus tour visits the island's old capital Betancuria, Ajuy sea caves, and the village of Pajara. There's also a cheese tasting experience, a stop at Las Peñitas viewpoint and a tapas lunch included, too.
First up is Ajuy, a remote village where chalk cliffs overlook the black volcanic beach and a fleet of fishing boats bobbing in the water. And after dropping by Pajara to visit its enigmatic Aztec-inspired church, we'll visit Las Peñitas viewpoint – a standout selfie spot.
We'll discover beautiful Betancuria, too. The island's first capital is now a sleepy, whitewashed village home to St Mary's Church whose simple façade hides a richly decorated interior. When you've worked up an appetite, there's a tapas lunch to look forward to, plus a tasting of Canarian cheese and honey liqueur at a goat farm.