Get to know the traditional fincas of Fuerteventura and taste the delicious homemade products of local farmers. Be surprised by Fuerteventura's agricultural diversity. You will enjoy an impressive day in a personal atmosphere with a maximum of 5 additional participants.
We visit three traditional farms where local farmers produce organic food. On each finca you will enjoy a guided tour to learn more about the production of the delicious products. You will have a chance to try the traditionally produced Canarian food with its authentic in the taste.
First, we drive to the finca "Fuertetuno" of Leo, the first farmer of Fuerteventura, dedicated to the cactus Tuno Indio. He produces delicious and healthy fruit juices and jams from the deepred cactus fruit. The unique fruit is rich in vitamins and antioxidants. In addition, Leo produces various typical Canarian mojo sauces, which you can taste during our tour.
Our next stop is at the Finca "La Flor de Fuerteventura" of Francisco. Francisco produces organic olive oil. From the cultivation of the olive trees, over the harvesting and pressing of the olive oil, to the bottling – everything takes place on this finca. You can taste the delicious olive oil and pickled olives as well as other seasonal fruits and vegetable from this farm.
The third and last visit of our tapas tour leads us to the "La Gambuesa" goat cheese farm of Lorenzo. We will step into the goat farm, which has large open-air stalls with wonderful views. Furthermore, you can cast a glance at the goat cheese production. The Goat Cheese Farm has already won numerous prizes at local and international fairs. Of course, you can also taste the delicious award-winning cheese. We will serve you the cheese together with a freshly prepared Pella de Gofio, a bread-like typical Canarian food.
We will pick you up at your hotel or the agreed meeting point in the south of Fuerteventura (Morro Jable, Esquinzo, Costa Calma, Tarajalejo). From there, we will head to the three fincas, where you can enjoy delicious tapas and learn about the cultivation and the production of the local food. As most parts of our farm visits will be outside in the sun, we advise you to take a bottle of water and sunscreen with you. Please wear flat shoes as we walk a few steps across the fields. In case you would like to buy some products from the farms, you should carry some cash with you. After having visited the three fincas, we will take you back to your hotel or meeting place. The pick-up times are as follows: 9.00 am in Morro Jable, 9.10 am in Esquinzo, 9.30 am in Costa Calma and 9.50 am in Tarajalejo.