This complete boat trip around Lobos Island departs from Corralejo (north Fuerteventura,) our home port.
Just after leaving the port, you see the majestic image of Lobos Island ahead of you, and we sail towards it crossing the 2-km inlet separating the island from the islet, which is called El Río (The River).
As we get closer to the western part of Lobos Island, refreshed by the wind, you can see its beautiful mountain, La Caldera, a half-submerged volcanic cone, and its black-sand beach.
We troll while heading north, with views of Lanzarote Island as a constant backdrop, until we reach Faro Martiño lighthouse (the family of Antoñito “El Farero”, the last lighthouse keeper here, lived on the islet until 1968). From there we turn to sail from the east coast of the islet to the south where we arrive in El Puertito, with its white fishermen houses immersed in a haven of peace.
We continue until we reach La Concha beach, famous for its paradise-like tranquillity and its turquoise waters where the landscape ebbs and flows with the tide.
This unrivalled spot is where we drop anchor so you can enjoy some water activities: feeding fish and snorkelling among them, kayaking and paddle boarding, or just daydreaming while lying in the sun on our catamaran net.
We take this opportunity to recharge our batteries with a small lunch and after that our Water Taxi picks you up to take you close to one of the most traditional parts of Lobos: El Puertito, where the turquoise blue of its small lagoons never disappoints.
After that you return to the catamaran to sail back to Corralejo, while your recent experiences start to settle in your memory.
* The round island trip may be cancelled due to weather conditions or as the captain sees fit.
Don’t forget your swimsuit, sunscreen and towel.