To the north of the island, you'll come across the area of Corralejo, which is perhaps Fuerteventura's main tourist area. The town centre is one of the most visited on the island and it has the most history where you'll find the Parque Natural de las Dunas de Corralejo at approximately five kilometres away. More than 2,600 hectares turn the reserve into an enormous place gifted with huge mountains of sand on one side, and beautiful views of the turquoise blue Atlantic Ocean that show the direction towards Lobos Island on the other side. It is essential to tour this route until you reach the island, in order to see its lighthouse and the Bocaina strait; in fact, if you are one of the most fearless people, we recommend you to cross over to the island and bathe on the shore, then go dine in the only restaurant on the island, which is on such a tiny piece of land. It's a must!
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