The La Oliva municipality, in the north of the island of Fuerteventura, has a surface area of 2566 km2.
It has an interior landscape where the volcanoes, multicolored earth and welcoming villages make up a setting of unique beauty.
Among the municipality’s many attractions, the natural areas are a must to be visited. The Tindaya Mountain with important archeological and geological values, Corralejo Natural Park with its spectacular field of dunes, the Isla de los Lobos Park with its wealth of flora and fauna and its dreamy sports, the Malpaís de la Arena Natural Monument and the Protected Landscape of Vallebrón.

Sun and Beaches

Along its coasts we find long beautiful beaches of white sand and clear water, landscapes formed from a wide range of colors: turquoises, whites, black, golden, oranges, ochres, green …
The shallowness of its waters, the fascinating landscapes, the wide diversity ot its underwater fauna, its safety and waves gives La Oliva the ideal conditions for swimmers to enjoy, and also for lovers of scuba diving, surfing, windsurfing and other water sports.
The range of possibilities to enjoy the sun and beach in La Oliva municipality is endless: from kilometer long beaches of white sand and turquoise water, up to small coves lost beneath the cliffs, passing through natural pools of El Cotillo, the wild beaches of the north coast, or the hidden areas of Isla de los Lobos leave nobody indifferent.
The constant winds that blow in the northern municipality convert it into one of the favourite places for the lovers of sailing, surfing, windsurfing and kiteboarding, a reason why the municipality has become the regular home of the “surfers” that come from the most varied areas of the world.