The itinerary described below is a proposal to go around the island of Lanzarote, sail to the northern islets, and also visit the Isla de Lobos in Fuerteventura. It can be modified according to the preferences of the travelers and is subject to the weather conditions that we have during the days of the trip.
Boarding can be in the south, in Playa Blanca, in the anchorage area. The first day we will spend the night here and we will have time to visit the pleasant promenade of this town, with a good offer of bars and restaurants, including some of good Canarian cuisine.
Today we will sail to Lobos, an islet located north of Fuerteventura. There we can visit the island on a walking tour, visit the charming fishing village, or simply enjoy its beaches, snorkel or dive in its waters, or even surf for the more experienced. If the ideal conditions are met, in Lobos we can find the perfect wave and the longest in the Canary Islands.
We will snow to the Costa de Papagayo, where the most beautiful beaches on the island are located. Today we can simply enjoy a relaxed day on board and in the surroundings. Ideal for snorkelling, strolling through this area that is part of the Ajaches Natural Monument, a volcanic massif with an impressive landscape of high peaks and impressive cliffs that are really worth visiting.
Day 4. Today we can sail to Puerto del Carmen. It may be an option to spend the night in the port and rent a car the next day to explore the interior of the island.
Day 5. I propose a route through the interior of the island. For those who do not know it, I think it is worth going inside, getting to know the most agricultural and traditional areas, visiting its villages, going to see the impressive Famara beach with its charming town and touring the Timanfaya National Park, to see the impressive lava fields and volcanic cones.
Day 6. Today will be a full sailing day. We will sail all day to the islets in the north of the island of Lanzarote to explore the Chinijo Archipelago Natural Park, the largest marine reserve in Europe. We will arrive at the island of La Graciosa, the only island that is inhabited, and we will anchor at one of its beaches to spend the night.
Day 7. After an intense day of sailing, I think it is a good day to relax on board, enjoy the crystal clear waters of this island, and take a walk on the beach at sunset.
Day 8. Today we can explore the interior of the island, explore its trails on foot or on a bike route. For those who feel like it, we can organize a dive to explore the richness of its seabed, with an incredible biodiversity that will allow us to discover unique species of the Canary Islands. In the afternoon, we can approach the port of Caleta de Sebo, a small group of white houses and white sand streets, a place to disconnect, and the only inhabited area of the Island of La Graciosa. We will have time to walk its streets and enjoy a good fresh fish for dinner.
Day 9. Today we will leave La Graciosa and sail back. We can sail to Arrecife if all the crew members want to know the capital of Lanzarote on the last day, we can sleep in the Marina and go out to dinner in the Charco de San Gines.
Farewell and disembarkation day.