La Oliva

Nestled in the north, La Oliva is one of the municipalities of the island of Fuerteventura; a place where you can enjoy fine sandy beaches and a wonderful ecosystem.


This tourist enclave has a prominent historical heritage and spectacular natural spaces among its many attractions, like the Natural Park of the Corralejo Dunes and Lobos Island, which is home to a wide variety of native species of plants and animals, in addition to a seabed of great ecological value.

Visit the towns of La Oliva, Tindaya, Corralejo or El Cotillo. Discover the monuments of the Casa de los Coroneles and Tostón Castle; Tindaya Mountain, considered the most emblematic natural monument of the island; or Malpais de la Arena, a volcanic area which has become one of the most spectacular Protected Areas in Fuerteventura.


* We are grateful to the Fuerteventura Tourist Board for the use of photographic promotional material.


Corralejo is one of the largest towns in the municipality of La Oliva, in addition to being the most important tourist centre in the north of the island of Fuerteventura.

Canary Islands

7 islands and 6 islets, a multitude of opportunities for an unforgettable experience and a perfect holiday enjoying the best climate, stunning beaches and a natural space ideal to do sport or to have a rest.

The Natural Park of the Corralejo Dunes

Crystal clear waters and sand dunes of fine white sand.

The Corralejo Dunes are opposite Lobos Island, an area that was declared a Natural Park in 2002.

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