From the first of August you can go from Puertito de la Cruz in Jandia and Cofete (the southern tip of Fuerteventura) by guagua (Canary Islands bus). The Ministry of Transport of the island Government and the public transport service, Tiadhe, have implemented this new connection from Morro Jable.
The island has a number of easy access spots to the big blue. Snorkelling by the cliffs in clear, calm waters it is possible to find many different animal species like the small sharks called “big angels” or the majestic manta rays.
You may float over an ancient crater eroded to the seabed and swim among hundreds of colourful fish and shallow cavities in the nature reserve of the Isle of Lobos. Or enjoy the sea pools at high tide sorrounded by superfine white sandy beaches; sand brought by the winds from Sahara desert. We will provide you with wetsuits for
Ridley Scott chose Fuerteventura as a natural setting for filming EXODUS , a long-standing project for the English director, which tells the story of the exodus of the Hebrews led by Moses through the Egyptian desert and the Red Sea , fleeing Pharaoh Ramses 3,500 years ago .