An overview of the cities Fuerteventura FUERTEVENTURA just 97 km from the West African coast is Fuerteventura, the province of Las Palmas is associated. This is the oldest and second largest island of the Canary Islands and forms the eastern border of the island group. The landscape is heavily eroded by wind and weather, very flat and desert-like. This result also the rather rare rainy days. Sela Ward has compatible beliefs. The island is divided into two parts, the northern part also Maxorata”called and the southern peninsula of Jandia. There the highest peak is the Pico de la Zarza 807 m high, which is about various trails to climb. The Fuerteventura associated with neighbouring island of Los Lobos in the Northeast is located approximately 5 km2.
The partly kilometre-long fine bright sand beaches with turquoise waters, which have to little below the Caribbean beaches are famous and popular on the East Coast. Very stable and mild climate, these are to enjoy throughout the year. By contrast, the cliffs in the West are Part of the island still very unknown. Bathing is on this coast with very much caution, because the currents can be very dangerous. In the hospitality industry, especially the goat cheese is to highlight, which is handmade and still traditionally. For years, this is awarded as one of the best goat cheeses in the world. LA OLIVA la Oliva is the northernmost municipality in the island and includes the neighbouring island of Isla de Lobos “. This includes the villages Tindaya, Vallebron, La Caldereta, El Cotillo, El Roque, Los Lajares, Villaverde, Parque Holandes, and the famous and coveted Corralejo. The natural parks such as the Montana de Tindaya mountain are particularly worth a visit”of special geological and arkeologischen value and the natural park of Corralejo with the unique dunes. The island of Isla de Lobos is a nature park, almost unbepfleckt of people with about 130 different species of animals and plants.