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What to expect

Lobos Island Nature Park

Untouched beauty & scenic trails

Beachfront Hotel

On the stunning Caleta de Fuste Beach

Corralejo Natural Park

Sand dunes & volcanic formations

Fully Guided Walking

Four varied sociable walks

About the trip

Join us as we explore Fuerteventura, the oldest of the Canary Islands with its magnificent coastal and volcanic landscapes on this wonderful fully guided exclusive walking holiday. Stay at the Solos favourite – the four-star All Inclusive Elba Sara Beach & Golf Resort – perfect for relaxing with its enviable beachfront location when off the trails and experiencing this sunny island by foot.

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What's Included

  • Return flights & transfers
  • Airport taxes & charges
  • Twin/double sea view room for single use with private facilities
  • All-inclusive; All Meals, Drinks & Snacks
  • Picnic lunch on walking days
  • Welcome drink & information meeting
  • 4 exclusive fully guided walks including ferry to Lobos Island
  • Accompanying Solos Tour Leader
  • Fully financially protected


  • Arrival in Fuerteventura
  • Lobos Island Nature Park
  • Day at Leisure
  • Jandía Isthmus
  • Volcanoes and dunes in the Corralejo Natural Park
  • Day at Leisure
  • The Village and Massif of Betancuria
  • Departure Day


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What you’ll be doing


Arrive in Fuerteventura

We transfer to our hotel for the week, where we’ll have our welcome meeting with our walking guide.

Fuerteventura lies at the eastern end of the Canarian archipelago, only 90 kilometres from the African coast, just south of Lanzarote. With a land surface of 1,659 square kilometres, it is the second largest of the islands. Boasting truly unique scenery made up of vast dunes, a wild coastline and idyllic beaches, numerous volcanoes and canyons and remote villages – this is an ideal destination for a walking holiday.


Lobos Island Nature Park

For our first walk, we transfer to the port of Corralejo, in the north of the island, where we take a boat to the island of Lobos. Known as the ‘the island of the wolves’, it was once inhabited by sea lions, walruses and monk seals. Our walk will discover this fascinating island. The entire 8km perimeter of the islands can be explored with a climb to the highest point – Caldera de Lobos – which, at 123 metres, offers fantastic views of the island and the Bocaina Strait that separates Fuerteventura from Lanzarote.

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Day At leisure

If you fancy a change of scenery, a short bus ride away is the island’s capital – Puerto del Rosario. This bustling traditional Canarian port is easily walkable, and known for its strange collection of over 100 quirky sculptures by local and international artists dotted around the town. If you’re feeling more adventurous, you can do a quick island hop over to neighbouring Lanzarote.



The Jandía Isthmus

Today’s walk takes us through a very special landscape, discovering the ecosystem of shifting sands or ‘jable’ which occupies the 5km wide Isthmus separating the Jandía Massif from the rest of Fuerteventura. Our walk takes us for a few kilometres across the white sands that stretch across the entire territory, before heading towards the coast to the windward side of the Isthmus. As we approach this stunning coastline, we are greeted by the magnificent geological formations shaped by the relentless force of the ocean and the persistent trade winds. Over millions of years, these natural elements have sculpted the fossil dunes that stretch along Fuerteventura’s coastline, creating a truly awe-inspiring sight.

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Volcanoes and dunes in the Corralejo Natural Park

Our penultimate walk of the week combines two hikes in the extreme north of the island. During the first, we discover the island’s most recent volcanic complex. The route runs alongside five volcanoes and passes between craters and lava fields. We’ll discover a number of wonders, including Calderon Hondo – a volcano dating back some 50,000 years and part of a volcanic alignment that offers fantastic views over the north of Fuerteventura, the mountain of Tindaya and the neighbouring island of Lanzarote. The second hike of the day offers a complete contrast and a totally different experience. We set off to explore the white sand dunes that make up the Dunes Natural Park, a magnificent desert landscape, nestled between the volcanoes and the ocean.

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Day at leisure

Today we’ll enjoy a well earned rest and perhaps relax by the pool with a cool drink and enjoy the hotels facilities.


The Village and Massif of Betancuria

For our final walk of the holiday, we head for the Betancuria rural park and the island’s former capital – Betancuria. This beautiful village, with its traditional architecture, was founded in the 15th century by the Norman Knight Jean de Bethencourt. After visiting this historic village, we begin our hike along a path leading up to the crest of the Macizo. Here, we can admire beautiful panoramic views over the central part of the island, with its villages and mountains, surrounded by the massif. We descend to the small village of Vega de Rio Palmas, then below, to the Las Peñitas reservoir. We will discover an authentic oasis, with palm groves and a small stream running through, offering a desert landscape reminiscent of the nearby African continent.

Length: 11km
Approx Walking Time: 5hrs
Transfer: 1h 20 mins in total


Departure day

We say goodbye to Fuerteventura after a week of fantastic walking and depart to the airport for our flight home.


Highlights of this hotel include

  • Modern four-star hotel
  • Beachfront location
  • All Inclusive

Elba Sara Beach & Golf Resort Four-star

Renovated in December 2023, this friendly hotel is the perfect spot for winding down during a walking holiday. Enjoying an enviable location overlooking the ocean and the long sandy beach, the hotel sits in its own beautifully maintained grounds and has two large outdoor pools (one of which is heated in the winter) with plenty of sunbeds dotted around the spacious sun terraces.

Facilities Include

Facilities include swimming pools, three restaurants (including Albatros buffet restaurant, La Nonna Italian restaurant, Tucan & Tex Mex restaurant), bars, evening entertainment, fitness room, a tennis court, ‘adult-only’ solarium by the sea with premium sunbeds, Balinese beds and lifestyle furniture and free Wi-Fi throughout. Preferential access to the nearby Thalasso Spa Espirides at the Sheraton Hotel offering a menu of treatments and massages (charges apply). Please note it is recommended that a reusable water bottle is taken for use around the hotel as they now offer water dispensers in the bars and restaurants trying to reduce their plastic waste.

Room Includes

All rooms are well-furnished and have en-suite bathroom, a private balcony or terrace and sea view. Amenities include air-conditioning, 55 inch satellite TV, Wi-Fi,  a telephone, tea & coffee facilities ,safe (payable locally €4 per day), minibar (on request) and hairdryer.

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Average Temperatures

Month(s) Highest temperature Lowest temperature
January - February 21 °C 15 °C
March 22 °C 16 °C
April 23 °C 16 °C
May 24 °C 17 °C
June 26 °C 19 °C
July 27 °C 21 °C
August - September 28 °C 21 °C
October 26 °C 20 °C
November 24 °C 22 °C
December 22 °C 16 °C

Our Reviews

“I’m sure you will enjoy it, I have been on three solos holidays to date and the people I’ve met have been great.”

“I’ve been travelling with Solos for nearly 20 years, on and off. The reason is for exactly what you want – you meet like minded people… and have loads of fun!”

“I’ve been on loads of trips with Solos over the years and can honestly say you will not regret booking your 1st one!”

“The feeling you have once you go away on your own is worth all the nerves before! I was so very anxious the first time but now having done it 4 times, I love it!”


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