(Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain)
Large rocks along the beachfront, creating interesting scenery and rock pools.
Many of the most popular beaches can be found on the southern side of Fuerteventura, often featuring beachfront hotels and nearby amenities.
Sandy beaches and sunbathing has long been one of the island's main draw cards.
View of Betancuria, a famous central village once the capital of the island, home to a number of historic buildings and landmarks.
Many beaches around the island are known for their dark, volcanic sand.
Further view of the island's volcanic sandy beaches.
View of the coastline around the Peninsula de Jandia.
Sand dunes and hills in the island's Jandia area.
Camel trekking around the La Oliva area, a small and busy town on the northern side of the island.
A range of water sports are popular around the island's coastline, which includes both surfing and some of the world's best windsurfing.
Windsurfing is particularly popular on the northern side of the island, where conditions are perfect and equipment is readily available near to the beaches.