The Ajuy Caves – Fuerteventura
The Canary Islands are a pleasure to visit, all year round. The European summers are perfect for sun and rest seekers, the peaceful winters are a perfect time to explore the islands as well. During the winter the temperatures are warm but mild. So they are the perfect time of the year to do some sightseeing and to plan a few road trips during your vacay.
The island of Fuerteventura is a special island, it is not like any of the other Canary Islands or Islas Canarias as the Spanish people say. You have Vulcano landscapes and the widest dunes. The Oasis Park is really the only green spot you will find on the entire island. So that makes Fuerteventura unique, and one of a kind. You’ll find it in the Atlantic Ocean, just miles from the west coast of Morocco. When you have seen the inland of Morocco, then you will notice some similarities concerning the rough parts of nature too.
Besides the beautiful coastlines (Fuerteventura is well known for its beaches and coastlines) and the dunes, there is still plenty to see. One of my favorite spots on the island are the caves of Ajuy. Here you will find beautiful black beaches, the whitest rocks and a narrow but picturesque path will lead you to pristine caves and cliffs. The place where nature is untouched and rough, where the rocks are black and the sea is blue.
Don’t forget your camera while going on this trip, along the way you will find some amazing viewpoints. Also, take some water and food on your hike. The hike is not long or far, but it’s worth to sit down for a while and to soak all the beauty in.
Have you ever been to one of the Canary Islands?