FuerteventuraThe scenery of Fuerteventura is marked by their rocky nature

The scenery of Fuerteventura is characterized by its geoformologia

Fuerteventura is one of the easternmost island of the Canary Islands. It has 1,658 square kilometers and is divided into six townships: Antigua, Betancuria, Oliva, Pajara, Puerto del Rosario, Tuineje.
The scenery of Fuerteventura is characterized by its geoformologia, because of the rock formations. Little vegetation but presence of endemic plants. With respect to the fauna, Fuerteventura has a good representation of the avifauna of the Canary Islands. Nature is one of the riches of this island. As an example: The Natural Park of the Island of Lobos or Corralejo,  Malpais de la Arena and Tindaya Mountain.
Fuerteventura is an island that has developed their craft. It also offers the opportunity to practice different sports: scuba diving, cycling, golf, jet skis, fishing, surfing, sailing, tennis and windsurfing.