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Visitez la splendide Fuerteventura lors d'une excursion d'une journée au départ de Lanzarote ! Deux fois plus grande que sa voisine la plus animée, cette île captivante regorge d'anciens volcans, de villages endormis et de plages magnifiques. Après une croisière en ferry pittoresque, rejoignez votre autocar avec un guide expert qui vous conduira à travers ses paysages et ses magnifiques montagnes. Profitez de temps libre pour explorer de rustiques de hameaux tels que Betancuria et découvrez la capitale colorée de Puerto del Rosario durant le trajet vers les dunes de sable à Corralejo. Un moyen idéal pour découvrir cette île idyllique.
We vonden Fuerteventura iets minder mooi dan Lanzarote, maar dan is deze tour wel een mooie gelegenheid om het eiland toch te zien maar er niet een hele week te verblijven! De duinen waren erg mooi en het bezoek aan de aloe vera farm was interessant. Wel een beetje zeeziek geworden op de boot terug!
All excellent value - but it would have been nice to have had more time at Betancuria and the museum which were very good. Also we made our own way to Playa Blanca and were told that the ferry left at 10.30 and to be there by 10.10. We got there early as we weren't sure about parking, and then found out the ferry didn't leave until 11am. It's a shame we couldn't have left on the 10am ferry as that would have given us more time in Fuerteventura. Otherwise, I would strongly recommend this trip.
Fuerteventura tour is a 8 hours tour spent most of the time in the bus. There are 8 stops of 20 minute each circa. It is covered half of the island but there is no time to enjoy any of the stops due to time pressure, so everything has to be done quickly. We have stopped at the sand dunes, that it is the best part of Fuerteventura, for exactly 10 minutes with the bus waiting for us already ready to leave.
I would have enjoy to do less but to have more time for a walk on the beach or enjoy a good relax meal.
The guide tour has been really kind, she was explaining the tour in 3 languages english, spanish and german one after the other, speaking really fast. I find it very confusing and hard to understand.
Fuerteventura was amazing, especially Betancuria and dunes. But the group was too big and consisted of different language speaking people. The guide spoke consecutively in four languages and this was tiresome. I'd prefere only english.
This is long day spent mostly on the coach. Visits to various commercial entities Aloe Vera factory, Cheese Factory and a long drive through the Interior with a late lunch optional were OK with a good guide. There doesn't seem much to do, the landscape very arid and not a place of great beauty.
No opportunity to do any shopping or time to sightsee independently. Longest stop was for lunch in the middle of nowhere.
This trip is absolutely fine if you are happy with a lot of travelling by coach. I enjoyed this trip but my partner not so much. We did feel that some of the stop offs were a little unecessary which meant we had less time at the better places. for example we stopped at a cafe before even catching the ferry. Would have preferred to have had the extra 30 minutes resting in the hotel, then we stopped in a town on Fuerteventura that was probably 80 closed was a saturday and only had 20 mins at the sand dunes, 10 minutes at a hill stop. There were some breathtaking views on the mountains that i hoped we would have stopped for. The ferry also provides plenty of good holiday snaps of the ports and sea. this ended up being nearly an 11 hour round trip of which only a few hours was spent 'exploring'. i like a coach trip hence why i enjoyed it. views from a window do not bother me and i got to see the highlights of Fuerteventura that i otherwise wouldnt have seen. not sure there is enough there for me to want to go back. The tour guide Roland was also very helpful and spoke a minimum of 5 languages fairly fluent. unexpected highlight were the mountain squirrels - a lot more friendly and curious than those in the UK.
Very nice tour! My favorite part was the sand dunes. Our guide was very sweet and I noticed that she took her time to talk to everyone on board. She went between English Spanish and german like a true pro! She was awesome! Fuerteventura is a nice island but Lanzarote is much nicer! Good tour!