In terms of surfing, Gran Canaria betters all its Canary Islands counterparts. The excellent surfing conditions led to dubbing Grand Canaria the Hawaii of the Atlantic. Gran Canaria is also a Biosphere Reserve, which is always an incentive for those who get a thrill out of, let’s say, bird watching. The bottom line is Gran Canaria is an excellent tourist destination, and the concept which describes best its character is diversity. It’s not for nothing that Gran Canaria has also been dubbed the Miniature Continent of Spain.
Trasmediterranea is the largest sea line operator which covers the distance between Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria regularly. Trips to Gran Canaria can take up to 12 hours, depending both on the route and the type of vessel. For a faster trip (on hour and a half), tourists should resort to the jetfoils made available by the company. The boats operated by Trasmediterranea leave either from Puerto del Rosario or from Morro Jable, and haul ashore at Las Palmas. For detailed information on rates, schedule and other included services, please visit Trasmediterranea.
The boats operated by Naviera Armas too stand as an alternative in terms of means of getting from Fuerteventura to Gran Canaria. These boats leave from Puerto del Rosario and haul ashore at Las Palmas. For detailed information on rates, schedule and other included services, please visit Naviera Armas.
Gran Canaria is also reachable by air. The two air line companies dedicated to making regular flights from Fuerteventura to Gran Canaria refer to Binter and Islas Airways. For additional information on flights, schedules and the like, please visit Binter and Islas Airways, respectively.
Agriculture and milling have long been traditional activities of the locals of Fuerteventura. The Los Molinos Center proves this statement as to milling.
Pajara is generally known, from a tourist point of view, for its beaches. However, the Church of Nuestra Senora de Regla is worth visiting while in Pajara.
The Betancuria Museum complements the attraction hotspot of the city. Visiting this museum is a chance to discover the traces of the past of Betancuria.