Del Valle Beach – better known as Aguas Verdes – is found in the town of Betancuria, on the west coast of Fuerteventura. It is located in the urban complex of Aguas Verdes, where the cliffs of La Galera and El Valle meet.
Del Valle Beach is an imposing place, and is unique in Fuerteventura thanks to its gorgeous, clean natural pools,
This small bay – barely 270 metres across – is located on the west coast of Fuerteventura in Pájara, around 28 kilometres from La Pared and opposite the tranquil fishing village of Ajuy, which you have to go through in order to access the beach. The beach itself boasts fine, glimmering black sand. Just to one side of the beach, there is a stony path leading to what is probably the oldest and wildest area of the island.
At six kilometres long, Barlovento is one of the biggest beaches in Pájara. Located in southern Fuerteventura, this wild, secluded beach is uniquely charming – ideal for thrill-seekers and lovers of open, calm settings alike.
Getting here is not easy; to reach this section of coastline, you must travel the dirt track that runs from Morro Jable towards
Heavenly things come in small packages – notably at Boca de Esquinzo, a beach located in a semi-urban zone in the municipality of Pájara, where visitors can find panoramas of pure white sand and gentle, clear waters. Getting here is easy; just a few minutes’ walk from town.
This is a popular beach due to its calm, shallow waters,
Located in a semi-urban area and spanning almost three kilometres – shared with two other beaches – Butihondo is one of the natural wonders of the town of Pájara, southeastern Fuerteventura.
The waves here are gentle, so children can play in the sand and swim safely while adults relax – and lovers of watersports can