Fuerteventura

On Fuerteventura, second largest of the Canary Islands, not just sunbathing and surfing is possible, but on this volcanic island allowing it also very good walks. In addition to sunbathing, surfing, and relaxing, it is of course also possible to hike the oldest Canary Island. The narrowest point in Fuerteventura is located between Costa Calma and La pared. The hiking trail is just about six kilometers. When starting, for example, of Jandia, you can take advantage of even the public bus connection to get to Costa Calma.

Enough is important for the hike to take drinks. It goes without saying that one must protect the skin not only during the sessions, but also during this walk from the intense rays of the Sun. La pared you can linger in something resting on the rather rugged coast in the West of the island, before it rejoins the way back. On Fuerteventura, it is the second largest of the Canary Islands, by the way, there are 55 km sandy beach. So is of course also a beach walk.

You can walk the line between Jandia and Costa Calma beautifully along the beach. As one for this range there are, after all, some more than 20 kilometres – 6 hours schedule should be, is highly recommended to bring some food along with water and sunscreen. Basically you should enquire prior to a hike of the beach after the tide. Because some narrow passage is no longer accessible at high tide. The tour guide or even the hotel staff at the front desk like provide information. Fuerteventura is a volcanic island, is also the opportunity to climb one of the several volcanoes, which are all gone. The most important utensil for such an endeavour is the footwear. Highly recommended are the solid hiking shoes, not sandals or even slippers. For surfers, strong wind is quite desirable, at the mountain he can make quite arduous rise along with the hot sun. Definitely not, you underestimate the local climate. Georg Wittmann