La Isla de Lobos
Isla de Lobos – this islet (whose name means “Island of Wolves” in Spanish – named after the sea wolves, or monk seals, that once lived there), is located just north of Fuerteventura. It comprises a largely uninhabited nature preserve that’s home to diverse flora and fauna, including rare birds. The main beach, Playa de la Concha, is known for its clear waters. Trails cross a landscape of salt marshes and hornitos (small volcanic mounds) and lead to volcanic Montaña La Caldera and the 19th-century Martiño lighthouse.
Naviera Nortour runs ferries between Corralejo (Fuerteventura) and Lobos Island – which is 15 minutes each way in travel time. A ticket costs €16 (non-resident adult), €13 (resident adult), €8.50 (non-resident children), €7.00 (resident children). More info, including an updated ferry schedule, can be found on their website: https://navieranortour.com