La Oliva

Incredible beaches of fine sand and a spectacular ecosystem characterise this tourist area, located in the north of the island of Fuerteventura.

Coupled with a rich historical heritage, La Oliva also stands out for its natural beauty. Visit the Dunas de Corralejo Nature Reserve, where crystalline waters meet fine golden sand dunes; or the island of Lobos, with its seabed rich in diversity and its wide variety of native plants and animal species.

La Oliva, Tindaya, Corralejo and El Cotillo are just some of the villages in the municipality of La Oliva. By exploring them all, you will discover, among other things, monuments such as the Casa de los Coroneles and Tostón Castle; Tindaya Mountain — the island’s most emblematic natural monument; or Malpais de la Arena, a spectacular protected site in the volcanic area.

* We thank the Fuerteventura Tourist Board for the use of this photographic material.


Considered to be a tourist centre par excellence in the north of Fuerteventura, Corralejo is one of the most important towns in the municipality of La Oliva.

Dunas de Corralejo Nature Reserve

Declared a biosphere reserve in 2002, this dune system is one of the most extensive across the island of Fuerteventura, with dunes that can reach as high as 50 metres.

Canary Islands

Experience a unique and unforgettable holiday, on the seven islands and six islets that constitute the Canaries. 

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