If you’re less mobile, this driving tour will make you a fly on Fuerteventura’s wall. You’ll begin with a preview of Pajara. The pause button was pressed in this traditional town in the 17th century. The waterwheel is still donkey-powered and the restaurants are strictly Canarian. Moving on, you’ll visit the Vega de Rio Palmas. This pretty valley is home to a 17th-century church that’s flanked by palms and worthy of a photo or two. La Olivia will be the next stop. The highlight of this village is the Colonel’s House palace, which has a window for every day of the year. For the penultimate part of your trip, you’ll pass the Tindaya Mountains. One of the peaks here is said to be magic and your guide will explain why as you drive by. For the grand finale, you’ll drive to the coast to see Corralejo’s dunes. These billowing hills of sand look more like an ocean than a beach.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.