Discover the Isla de Lobos and live a unique and unforgettable experience
During your holidays, come to know the Natural Park «Islote de Lobos» in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, just 15 min. Cruising aboard our boat, let yourself be amazed by the blue tones of the sea until you disembark in this hidden corner in the Atlantic. We offer you an excellent service on board and one of the most comfortable boats. A wonderful experience awaits you!
Arrival by ferry to Isla de Lobos
Just as you disembark from the ferry, at the entrance of the Isla de Lobos Pier you will be welcomed by the statue of the Spanish writer, poet and essayist who was born on the island: Josefina Plá and on your left the Visitor Center, where you will have access to more information about the island and public bath services.
What to do on the island?
Relax on the beach
If you want to enjoy the tranquility of the Islote beaches, 7 minutes from the pier on the left hand side you will arrive at La Concha beach where you can admire the coast of Fuerteventura and the Corralejo Dunes from a distance. On the other hand, if from the dock you take the path to the right, also 7 minutes away you can get to know the popular “Puertito”, an old fishing village where there is a small sandy cove and you will find a rest area that will provide you with some shade and tables to eat or rest.
Discover Isla de Lobos on foot or by bike
If you prefer to go hiking or cycling, we advise you to go to the Martiño Lighthouse. It is located to the north of the islet, where you can rest in its shade, enjoying the views of Lanzarote and its volcanoes as a backdrop.
In addition, you can also climb the mountain “La Caldera” which, at 127 meters high, is the highest point on the island. Here you can admire the wonderful view of Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and Isla de Lobos.
Important: before climbing the Montaña de la Caldera, you should know that you enter a Protected Bird Nesting area (ZEPA Zone, protected by the Natura 2000 Plan), so silence is requested along the path (Critical Period from February 15 to July 31)
If you are a nature lover, you cannot miss the badlands of the interior. Take a walk around the “Saladar del Faro Martiño” and “Las Lagunitas”, its more than 130 plant species and its native birds have turned this idyllic spot into an authentic natural sanctuary. Open your senses to the flora and fauna representative of the area with our excursions through the trails of the islet.
The approximate time to walking around the island is 2:30h.
If you like water sports you will fall in love with the hidden charms under the waters of the Isla de Lobos coast. The great ecological wealth of its extraordinary depths make it an underwater reserve area.
Dare to swim among hundreds of fish choosing the Mini Cruise & Snorkel option with views from the boat to Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Isla de Lobos.
You can also enjoy surfing on the southwest coast at the foot of the Mountain “La Caldera” to “El Marrajo” of the islet where you can get the most famous wave in Fuerteventura, as it is the longest in the Canary Islands, better known as: The Right of Wolves.
Do you want to know more about Isla de Lobos?
For more information visit our article on the “Islote de Lobos” Natural Park where you will discover many curiosities regarding the natural values of this paradise, you will get some recommendations before the visit, as well as you will also have a map with the most important sites and the trail route that runs through the islet.
Where should I take the boat to go to Isla de Lobos?
Our boat “Majorero” leaves, from the end of the Port of Corralejo (Bus Line 6 or on Google Maps), every day except: January 1 and 6, July 16 (Virgen del Carmen Day), 25 de December and eventual cancellations due to bad weather or exceptional situations.
What do I have to bring?
- Water and some food
- Face mask
- Sun protection (cream, hats, umbrellas etc.)
- Appropriate and comfortable shoes (sports shoes)
- Towel, swimsuit and flip flops
Faced with the current situation of COVID-19, we remind that all safety regulations must be respected, including:
- Wear a face mask
- Maintain a distance of at least two meters whenever possible
- Wash your hands frequently