Lobos Island Sailing Tour (3 hours) ,Corralejo,FuerteventuraFeatured New
Departing from Corralejo, you will embark on a spectacular 3-hour family-friendly sailing trip to Lobos Island enjoying drinks, snorkelling, and kayaking, before returning to Corralejo.
You will sail in a catamaran with a maximum of 12 passengers, as well as a semi-rigid for another 12. As soon as you leave the port, the majestic sight of the Lobos Islet will be ahead of you.
With the wind caressing you, you will sail on until you reach the western side of Lobos Island, where you can view the lovely La Caldera Mountain (a half-submerged volcanic cone), before heading south until you reach La Concha Beach, famous for its paradisaical calm and turquoise waters, where the landscape changes totally depending on the tide.
This is the breathtaking setting where you will cast anchor and divide into two groups of 12, the "Catamaran" group and the "Semi-Rigid" group. This is so one group can partake in water activities, such as feeding the fish and observing them whilst snorkelling, going out on a kayak or paddle surfing, or simply daydreaming while lying in the sun on the Catamaran's net. At the same time the other group will sail on the semi-rigid to one of the most authentic parts of Lobos: the Puertito (or Little Port), where the turquoise blue of its little lakes will impress absolutely everyone.
From here you can land on the Isla, so you will not only hold onto the memory of the image from the sea, but also feel the magic of the islet under your feet. You will then go back to the catamaran to swap groups, and will finally sail back to Corralejo, having forged incredible memories.
Guided visit to Lobos Island
Drinks (soft drinks, beer, water, coffee and tea)
The 3 hour Lobos Island Sailing Tour operates 7 days a week, select an available departure time when booking,0900,1300, or 1630 Prices from € 55 per person
Lobos Island Sailing Tour (3 hours) is located in Corralejo, Fuerteventura.
The busy tourist town of Corralejo is located on the coast in the north of the island in the municipality of La Oliva. The old town is based around the harbour, which was originally used by local fishermen, and now has a marina, and a ferry terminal. From here you can take the ferry to the nearby island of Lanzarote, passing the island of Los Lobos on the way, which you can also take a ferry to. Apart from the hundreds of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, hotels, villas and apartments some of the island's finest beaches can also be found here. There's eleven kilometres of top quality sand that stretches along the coast south of Corralejo where there are sand dunes.