Trips to the nearby islands of Los Lobos and Lanzarote are always ideal for tourists spending their vacations in Fuerteventura. La Graciosa, as well as Gran Canaria and Tenerife are accessible as daytrip destinations from Fuerteventura, but, as a rule, tourists usually prefer Lanzarote and Los Lobos in this respect. These destinations are reachable both by sea and by air, but, again, most visitors tend to choose boat trips over flights since the sea is much more rewarding and promising in terms of views and fun, leisure and sports opportunities. In addition, the distance between Fuerteventura and the nearby islands is so small that flights are somewhat redundant, except, of course, cases when emergencies call for faster means of transport.
Los Lobos and Lanzarote are the chief destinations in terms of island hopping from Fuerteventura. Tourists should also consider the trips to Gran Canaria.
Corralejo is somewhat unique in Fuerteventura. Ranging from nightlife to sports, the leisure opportunities in Corralejo are seemingly endless.
Agriculture and milling have long been traditional activities of the locals of Fuerteventura. The Los Molinos Center proves this statement as to milling.