8 Seater Mercedes Minibus with excellent guide Antonio who drove us through the back roads of Fuerteventura telling us interesting facts. (Booked through Thomas Cook rep).
We visited Cafeteria Maria near La Oliva for ice cream and a little history of the area. It was so quiet. Only 500 inhabitants.
Then on to a goat farm "El Tard De Bentacuria". Here we sampled delicious goats cheese and cactus chutneys. Little shop where you can buy the produce.
Then on to a pretty little village called Bentacuria followed by a visit to a windmill.
Next stop was Puerto de la Pena where there are giant lava caves to explore.
This was followed by a BBQ lunch on a traditional farm - which is an ecological project in Tiscamanita. A trip to a small wine cellar followed to sample liqueurs.
Our final stop was at an Aloe Vera farm where watched a demonstration of the product and it's health benefits.
This tour is educational. It lets you see how difficult life is on Fuerteventura, especially trying to grow anything. The rock formations of lava and limestone are just astounding. If you have kids doing geography then I'd recommend this experience.
Good photo opportunities.
The driver, Antonio, was very careful and considerate and was full of fasinating information.
Tip: Not for little kids. Take bottled water.
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