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After chilling on the beautiful black sand beach take your time to do the walk to the caves. The path is sometimes uneven but still walkable it is not suitable for wheelchairs.
The view is amazing. Take water and sunscreen with you. No restrooms on...More
Very cool for geology nerds. The sand is black and the stone is carved in really cool ways. The waves are huge and powerful. Everything about it is worth seeing. Unfortunately, I went at high tide so couldn't go in the cave safely. Try to...More
Ajuy is a must visit if you're at Fuerteventura with access to a car. I highly recommend anyone visiting Fuerteventura to rent a car because public transport is not as frequent and convenient. We barely saw any bus on the road while we were there....More
Starting from the beach, there is a great walk up towards the old lime kilns and caves. The surfaces are uneven and you can observe beautiful erosion patterns on the walls. Lots of people there, but enough space not to feel crowded
The beach has...More
We stopped here whilst traveling around the island
It was pretty busy uneven ground to walk around the coastline.
Dramatic views of the sea crashing into the caves.
Be careful of the cafes there’s,there’s only a couple and they have the monopoly on all the...More
We had a really good to these caves as part of our day out the Ajuy. We were able to enjoy them for free and without the normal over the top restrictions and barriers which normally associate caves. It was quite safe but still let...More