Hiking route through the Betancuria Rural Park, Fuerteventura
Fuerteventura is the second largest island of the Canary archipelago, full of paradisiacal beaches, breathtaking landscapes ranging from vast dunes to impressive volcanoes. We find the Betancuria Rural Park, a protected natural area where you can see the oldest rocks in the Canary Islands. It stands out for its unique geology and morphology of a deeply eroded landscape.
What we are going to do?
After the pick-up at the accommodation, we will head towards the Betancuria rural park, where the starting point of the first route is located. We will go up a ravine to discover a sacred place and then we will head towards a spectacular arch carved into the rock. We will approach the fishing village of Ajuy and, going up an easy path, we will reach the caves of volcanic origin. If we continue with energy we can also reach the Jurado beach, where the force of nature has created a natural arch by eroding the volcanic rocks. The route ends at the black sand beach in Ayuj. After a rest, we will return to the accommodation.
Pick up in the specified areas
What should I bring?
Appropriate clothing and footwear for hiking
Water and snacks
Activity not recommended for minors. Activity not suitable for people with reduced mobility. The pick up areas are: Puerto del Rosario, Antigua, Caleta de Fuste, Gran Tarajal
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.