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Roque del Moro, this particular beach’s namesake, is a huge, imposing rock on the southern border of the famous Cofete Beach in Pájara, Fuerteventura. You can only get here in an off-road vehicle or by boat – a different experience for adventure-seekers. However, it could also be considered a good route for lovers of hiking, with a walk of a couple of kilometres offering colourful, interesting views with unique rock formations that

Tebeto Beach is found on the northwestern coast of the island of Fuerteventura, near the town of Tindaya in La Oliva (hence its other name, Tindaya Beach).

The sandy part of the beach is relatively small, with rocks of varying sizes – some big enough for visitors to sit on. Tebeto’s vibe is typical of these remote beaches: rustic, wild and

Five beautiful beaches located alongside each other have earned the title of “Las Grandes Playas” (The Big Beaches) of Corralejo. Characteristics they have in common include brilliant white sand, crystal-clear waters, gorgeous views, peaceful moderate waves and gentle breezes, making them some of the region’s most popular tourist destinations.

Viejo Rey Beach is located very near to the town of La Pared in southern Pájara, on the southwestern coast of Fuerteventura.

A 500-metre long beach of fine dark sand hugging the base of the escarpment is adorned with large dunes. Constant winds whip up the sand and carry it down the beach. South of here, there is a series of smaller, similar beaches – some of which

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