Lobos ferry port in Lobos Island connects you with Corralejo in Fuerteventura with a choice of up to 21 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Lobos to Corralejo crossing is from 15 minutes and the crossing is operated by Naviera Nortour.
Lobos Port is considered as the gateway to Fuerteventura with the crossing to and from Corralejo departing around seven times per day. The sailing is popular due to its relatively short length, typically lasting around 15 minutes.
Famous for its highly regarded nature reserve and the rare birds which frequent the island, Lobos is a dream destination for those who have a passion for bird watching among beautiful surroundings. The fact that essentially the entire island is a nature reserve means that certain areas are off limits, however, there are clear paths which showcase the most beautiful sights Lobos has to offer. The stunning landscapes and warm climate make it an idyllic holiday spot for anyone wishing for a peaceful break.
It is worth noting that there is only one restaurant on the island, and it has limited opening hours, so it is worthwhile bringing food and drink for refreshments. Most visitors only stay for a few hours due to the limited entertainment, though the attractions are purely natural meaning that an entire day can be enjoyed without spending any money.
The island is so small that many visitors cover every accessible part in less than a day. The ferry drops off passengers near the walking trails and the driver will usually point any confused visitors in the right direction.
Isla de Lobos, South Side
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