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Two Weeks Sailing Sicily & the Aeolian Islands

Setting sail from Sicily

Sicily can sometimes be off British sailors radars when it comes to choosing where to spend your summer sailing holiday; but with terrific scenery, weather and excellent sailing it's not to be missed. The Aeolian Islands are a pretty special place with their rugged and volcanic landscapes; the seven islands are linked by a vast 200km ridge from Mount Etna to Mount Vesuvius. As a result of the Aeolian Islands volcanic landscapes, they have been UNESCO listed; so pretty special.

  • Vulcano Sicily
  • Cefalu Sicily
  • Vulcano - Sicily and the Aeolian Islands
  • Volcano view of Vulcano
One Week Sailing the Carian Coast from Bodrum

Cruising the Carian Coast

The Southern coast of Turkey is home to sunny skies, turquoise waters and tranquil bays. The stuff dreams are made of! Combine this with long summers, spectacular scenery and delicious Turkish food (our mouths are watering just thinking about it!) Turkey can be a great place to sail in from the beginning of April through to the end of October.

  • Jess posing on the boat sailing around Hvar
  • Gulf of Gokova
  • Bodrum by night
  • Pakleni Islands Croatia
Two Weeks Sailing in the Dalmatian Islands

Two weeks of terrific islands

The Dalmatian Islands archipelago are made up of a staggering 1185 islands, although only 50 of these are populated. With such a wide variety of islands, this two week route gives you a brilliant variety of both short hops and longer days, reaching everywhere from cultural hubs to secret hideaways!

  • Dubrovnik
  • Anchored in Mandraki Bay on Hydra Island in August 2015 - Swim time!
  • Pakleni Archipelago
  • Golden Cape Brac Island Croatia - Courtesy of the Croatian National Tourist Board
Two Weeks Sailing the Carian Coast from Bodrum

Tranquil days in turquoise Bays

If you are looking for sunny skies, turquoise waters and tranquil bays then the southern coast of Turkey is definitely for you. Home to traditional Turkish villages, uninhabited islands and striking coves, this is a very popular area for those who like to combine splendid sailing with captivating culture. You will find numerous exciting places to explore as you sail from our base in Bodrum, passing astonishing ruins and stopping in sheltered anchorages. 

  • Aerial view of Datcha
  • Palmarina Bodrum
  • Jumping off the yacht in Turkey 2016
  • Yedi Adalari, Turkey
One Week Dalmatian Islands Sailing

Magnificant island hopping

The Adriatic coastline with its clear seas, gentle summer climate, quaint villages and historic towns is a magnificent sailing area. This explains why it is one of Europe's leading sailing destinations.

  • Split panorama courtesy of the Croatian National Tourist Board
  • Hvar Panorama - Courtesy of the Croatian National Tourist Board
  • Jumping off the boat!
  • Bol Convent Brac Island - Courtesy of the Croatian National Tourist Board
One Week Dubrovnik Sailing Guide

Discover sailing from Dubrovnik

With 1,185 islands making up this archipelago off Croatia’s Adriatic coastline, there are plenty of routes you could take to explore these hundreds of islands. Starting from Dubrovnik gives you not only a really short transfer (always a bonus!) but also the chance to leisurely make your way north up the coast and stop off at some of our favourite islands.

  • National Park, Mljet
  • Pomena
  • Dubrovnik
  • Lastovo, Adriatic sea
Two Week Sailing from Marmaris, Gocek & Fethiye

The Luscious Lycian Coast

Sailing past spectacular scenery, riveting ruins and intriguing islets - you will feel like there is nowhere else you would rather be! The Lycian coast runs from Marmaris in the west to Antalya in the east, covering some of the most remarkable coastlines in the Mediterranean. You will see rugged landscapes complimented by turquoise waters and discover beautiful bays perfect for peaceful lunchtime swim stops.

  • Marvellous Marmaris Marina from above
  • Kas Turkey
  • Waterside dining Oludeniz
  • Turkey - Fethiye
Two Week Kornati Islands Sailing Guide

Cruising the Kornati Islands

The Kornati Islands are the archipelago that lies between Pag (in the North) to Sibenik in the South, including the beautiful Kornati National Park. These destinations are appealing for a crew who are looking for a sailing ground with stunning scenery and marine life. So, if you enjoy getting away from it all, the Kornati Islands and its National Park would be an ideal choice.

  • View of the Kornati Islands from the top of the hill
  • Krka Waterfalls
  • Sunset looking west over Primosten Town
  • Sali
One Week Sailing from Gocek & Fethiye

Gorgeous Göcek & Fethiye

Sailing past spectacular scenery, riveting ruins and intriguing islets, you will soon feel like there is nowhere else you would rather be. The Lycian coast boasts some of the most remarkable coastlines in the Mediterranean and our bases in Göcek and Fethiye are perfect places to start your adventure.

During the week you will sail through tranquil turquoise waters, past rugged landscapes, and into beautiful bays. You will discover spots that are perfect for a lunchtime swim, or ideal for watching the sun go down whilst enjoying an ice cold beer in the evening. Turkey is a brilliant holiday destination - from tasting traditional Turkish cuisine, to relaxing in mud baths, or exploring ancient ruins - there is something for everyone... and the sailing is pretty good too!

  • Turkey - Fethiye
  • Sailing at sunset
  • Oludeniz Bay Lagoon Small Boats
  • Unbeabtable Turkish food
One Week Sailing in the Saronic Islands

Island hopping from Athens

For a mixture of island hopping and mainland coastal sailing with long and short hops, the beautiful Saronic Islands are the area for you. This is a very popular place for sailors from all over the world, perfect for family holidays, groups of friends or couples who want to take it easy.

  • Anchored for a lunch stop Swim and SUP in the Saronic Islands
  • Waterside dinner in Kyparissi in the Saronic Islands
  • Nautical Club, Hydra Island
  • Sunset at Dhokos by Yana Kambites
One Week Kornati Islands Sailing Guide

Kornati National Park Escape

The Kornati islands are the more northern archipelago on the Adriatic Coast. These islands are a real chance to eschew technology and truly get off the grid. The marine National Parks and spectacular landscapes provide more than enough to see and explore on a one week sailing holiday.

  • Murter Island Beach Yachts
  • Sailing in the Kornati Islands
  • View of the Kornati Islands from the top of the hill
  • Aerial view Kornati Islands near Murter
One Week Sailing the Saronic Islands from Lavrion

Island Hopping from Lavrion

If you are looking for an easy island hopping holiday combined with great wind then this is the route for you! Our bases in the Saronic Islands (Athens and Lavrion) allow you to reach much of southern mainland Greece and all the islands surrounding it. You will come across traditional Greek towns as well as buzzing islands filled with restaurants, bars and their own uniquely Greek character!

  • Ermioni, Saronic Islands from the North
  • Flowers in Poros
  • Aegina view, Saronics
  • Beach Lunge George's at Little Vathi
Two Weeks Sailing in the Saronic Islands

Island hopping through the Aegean

If you are looking for an easy island hopping holiday combined with great wind then this is the route for you! Our bases in the Saronic Islands (Athens and Lavrion), allow you to reach a number of gorgeous islands, off the beaten tourist track. You will come across traditional Greek towns, as well as buzzing islands filled with restaurants, bars and their own unique character!

  • Hydra Harbour from the hills
  • Anchored for a lunch stop Swim and SUP in the Saronic Islands
  • Sunset at Dhokos by Yana Kambites
  • Agkistri, Saronics
One Week Sailing Sicily & the Aeolian Islands

Sailing through volcanoes

Sicily has never been a top destination for British tourists however that’s what we love most about it! This off the radar set of islands known as the Aeolians are the perfect place to escape from it all and soak up some truly Italian culture. What’s more, where else could you anchor your yacht and watch a live volcano at the same time.

  • Time for a swim
  • Cefalu at night
  • Vulcano - Sicily and the Aeolian Islands
  • Aeolian Islands Rock
Two Weeks Sailing the Amalfi Coast

Island hop between Ischia & Capri

The Amalfi Coast must be one of the most colourful in the whole of the Mediterranean. With the added touch of glamour from the likes of Sorrento and the island of Capri this makes for a fantastic sailing destination. The entire coastline is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and so it’s not hard to see why celebrities and holiday makers alike are lured in by its beauty and charm. Take a yacht from either Salerno or Procida, both a short transfer from the nearby airport of Naples.

  • Capri Sunset
  • A flat calm day
  • Local wine in Ischia Town
  • Amalfi coast view
One Week Sailing the Amalfi Coast

Enjoy pizza in Procida

The Amalfi Coast is one of the most famous coastlines, not just in the Mediterranean but worldwide; listed as UNESCO heritage site in 1997 it's not hard to see why it's so widely recognised. Enjoy a touch of Italian glamour alongside a feast of Italian food and wine. Sail to Sorrento and and the nearby Islands of Capri, Ishcia and Procida.

  • A view of gorgeous Capri Island
  • Gulf of Naples with cat
  • Local lemons in Ischia
  • Capri Sunset
Two Weeks Adventurous Sailing In The Saronics

Exploring under sail

When we sail in this area, we always wish we had another week, as there are so many places to explore! We are often amazed to find some harbours uncrowded, even in August. There is seldom a rush to get in and the welcome in each place gives you a taste of true Greek hospitality.

The taverna atmosphere remains familiar with the addition of a few new dishes. The local wine is delightful and the ambience is addictive. Dining out is more than a meal - it is a cultural experience that will envelop you.

  • Anchored in Mandraki Bay on Hydra Island in August 2015 - Swim time!
  • Sailing past Monemvasia in the Saronic Islands
  • Sunset at Dhokos by Yana Kambites
  • Anchored near Monemvasia
Two Weeks Sailing around Sardinia & Corsica

Sailing Corsica & Sardinia

Sardinia is famous for its chic residents, equally as chic visitors, stunning scenery and delicious food. The beauty of having two weeks in this area is that you can easily visit nearby Corsica. Our route takes you through some of Sardinia and Corsica's hidden gems. Enjoy tranquil turquoise blue bays, rustic coastlines and authentic eateries. 

Corsica and Sardinia is not just coastal sailing. To the north east tip you'll find the La Maddalena Islands; with beautiful beaches and clear waters. The whole area is a natural marine park famed for it's pink beaches and spectacular scenery. The wind isn't half bad either!

  • Anchored near Budelli Island Sardinia Italy
  • Italian Mezze at Assaggia Restaurant in Porto Rotondo
  • Sunset in Bonfacio on Corsica
  • Beach of Cala Coticcio, Caprera Island, Sardinia
Two Weeks Sailing around Mallorca from Palma

Sailing Magnificent Mallorca

The Balearic Island of Mallorca is not to be overlooked as a sailing destination. The ever present sunshine and constant sea breeze mean that a sailing holiday around the island of Mallorca can be a brilliant way to spend a fortnight.

  • Palma Town Majorca
  • Cala Des Moro, MAjorca
  • Cala Rajada, Majorca
  • Paguera Rural Village and Cala Fornells, Majorca
One Week Sailing around Sardinia

Lazy days in La Maddalena Islands

Sardinia is well known for its chic and classy residents, simply stunning scenery and its gastronomic delights. As well as being able to sail along Sardinia’s coastline perhaps the most appealing reason to sail here is the magnificent La Maddalena Islands. A collection of islands that are so spectacular they have been designated a National Marine Park.

  • Anchored near Budelli Island Sardinia Italy
  • Beach of Cala Coticcio, Caprera Island, Sardinia
  • Beach on South East Caprera, Sardinia, Italy
  • Cala Briola, Emerald Coast Sardinia
Two Weeks Sailing around Mallorca and Menorca

Marvellous Mallorca & Menorca

With a cluster of islands grouped so closely together, you’d be silly not to pop over to Mallorca’s neighbouring island Menorca, especially if you have a whole two weeks to explore. With its white washed Spanish style houses, rolling hills and sandy beaches, Menorca is not an island to be missed.

  • Alcudia Majorca Sunset
  • Port Pollensa
  • Port de Soller
  • Anchored yachts Formentora Spain
Two Weeks Sailing around the Tuscan Islands

Great food and spectacular scenery

The Tuscan archipelago is a chain of islands located off the west coast of Tuscany, between the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Sea. These islands are not often on British sailors' radars, with Tuscany associated more with rolling hills and vineyards rather than a beautiful sailing ground. However, within the Tuscan Archipelago National Park there are seven islands affectionately referred to as the 'Seven Sisters' which are well worth exploring.

  • Pianosa - Tuscan Islands
  • Isola del Giglio - Tuscan Islands
  • Pianosa View - Tuscan Islands
  • Piombino
One Week Sailing around the Tuscan Islands

Seven stunning islands

The Tuscan Islands in northern Italy are an archipelago of islands which are so enchanting they were given National Park status. There are seven islands affectionately referred to as the 'Seven Sisters' which are well worth exploring. If you want to combine sailing, Italian cuisine and lavish landscapes then the Tuscan Islands are the perfect one week break.

  • Portoferraio
  • Capraia - Tuscan Islands
  • Giannutri - Tuscan Islands
  • Capraia
Two Weeks Sailing around Mallorca and Ibiza

Sailing to Incredible Ibiza

The Balearic Islands are a sailors paradise.  From magnificent Mallorca to fabulous Formentera these islands have something for everyone. Whether you're seeking the sensational nightlife of San Antonio, or searching to quiet coves to escape the masses, this route has it all!

  • Ibiza Es Porroig also Port Roig view at Balearic Islands of Spain
  • Palm tree in Palma
  • Sunset at Dhokos by Yana Kambites
  • Lagoon 400 anchored
Two Weeks Sailing in the Sporades Islands

Great wind and Gin clear water

Sailing in the Sporades Islands is terrific thanks to the regular summer Meltemi wind. This area is perfect for those of you looking to really get a heel on! The unbeatable combination of gin clear water, great wind and beautiful beaches is a timeless combination that sailors just can't seem to resist - we can't think why!
Sail from Skiathos Town (just two minutes from the airport) and explore Skopelos, Alonissos and Kyra Panagia to name a few of the 24 islands! A swim stop at the beautiful island, famed as the set of the Mamma Mia film on Skopelos Island, is a must.

  • Anchored below the Mamma Mia church on Skopelos Island
  • Sunset from the beach in Loutraki on Skopelos Island
  • Sailing just off Kyra Panagia Island
  • The view from the monastry on Kyra Panagia
One Week Sailing around Mallorca from Palma

Sailing Magnificent Mallorca

The Balearic Island of Mallorca is not one to be overlooked as a sailing destination. The ever-present sunshine and constant sea breeze mean that a sailing holiday around the island of Mallorca can be a brilliant way to spend a week. There’s plenty of glittering old fashioned towns, hidden like gems along the coastline and in one week you can sail the whole way round the island, stopping off at your leisure.

  • Cala Rajada, Majorca
  • Port de Soller, Majorca
  • Cave for Palmarola Island
  • The Bakery in Glossa
One Week Sailing the Sporades Islands

An island hopping escape

Sailing in the Sporades Islands is terrific thanks to the regular summer Meltemi wind. This area is perfect for those of you looking to really get a heel on! The unbeatable combination of gin clear water, great wind and beautiful beaches is a timeless combination that sailors just can't seem to resist - we can't think why! 

Sail from Skiathos Town (just two minutes from the airport) and explore Skopelos, Alonissos and Kyra Panayia to name a few of the 24 islands! 

  • Sailing just off Kyra Panagia Island
  • Church in the back streets of Skopelos Town
  • Stand Up Paddle Boarding whilst anchored at Koukounaries Beach on Skiathos Island
  • A swim stop in Maurita Bay on Alonissos Island
One Week Sailing the Cyclades from Paros

Exciting Sailing for Experienced Sailors

With over 220 islands to explore in the Cyclades there’s almost too much to see and do! The most commonly known are the famous Santorini with its blue domed churches and Mykonos for its party lifestyle.

This area is for the keener sailors, with the Meltimi blowing heavily during the summer season, it makes for some exciting sailing for an experienced crew.

  • Panoramic view Santorini with blue domed church
  • Naoussa, Paros
  • Irakleia shore front, Paros
  • Cyclades 43.3 Main
One Week Sailing the Dodecanese from Rhodes

The Sunniest Corner of Greece

If island hopping’s your thing and you’re looking for a bit of wind to chase then the Dodecanese are your best bet. It’s said that these islands in the south-eastern Aegean are the sunniest corner of Greece. With historical sights, warm climate and appealing sailing conditions this route will give crews a bit of adventure and starting from Rhodes there’s plenty to explore with ancient ruins and undiscovered bays all at your disposal.

  • Astypalaia, Dodecanese
  • Kalymnos Sponge Factory
  • Kos Yacht View
  • church in Ayia, Dodecanese
One Week Sailing the Cyclades from Mykonos

One Week Cruising the Cyclades

Now we’ve all heard of Mykonos and it tops many travellers’ guides as a place not to be missed. Experiencing it all by sea gives you a real feel for the stunning land and seascapes that can be found in the area.

  • Syros Street
  • Mykonos windmills at sunset
  • Livadi Town, Mykonos
  • Mericha, Mykonos
One Week Sailing the Dodecanese South from Kos

Follow in the footsteps of ancient Greeks and Romans

This one week route (as the name gives away) heads south once you’ve picked your boat up from Kos. And with no shortage of islands to fit in you can get all the way down to Tilos in the south and Astypalaia in the west. Having all the typical Greek charms and no shortage of ancient ruins this area of Greece harks back to the old times. This far flung archipelago beckons modern day adventures to explore these timeless islands.

  • Pserimos Sponges
  • Marina Dalmacija Sukosan
  • Kalymnos Village
  • Emporios Rock, Dodecanese
One Week Sailing The Dodecanese North from Kos

Adventure in Strong Winds

Much like our other one week route out of Kos to the South, this one as you can probably guess heads north! On this route you can island hop away to your heart's content, all the way up to Nera if you wish. We think this area is great for crews who like a bit of adventure in a windier destination, who don't think ruins ruin a holiday and are maybe looking for a late season sail.

  • Sunset at Dhokos by Yana Kambites
  • Kos Yacht View
  • Kos Street View
  • Marina Dalmacija Sukosan
One Week Sailing The Cyclades from Lavrion

Thrilling and Popular One Week Route 

Starting from Lavrion is a great choice for a one week holiday being only 35 minutes from Athens airport and having its own charming town harbour this is an ideal starting point if you’ve got a week out on the water. There over 220 islands to explore in the Cyclades with the most popular islands being Santorini and Mykonos. In this area you can expect winds that make for thrilling saiing it is the perfect route for the keener sailor.

  • Livadi Town, Mykonos
  • Mykonos Port view traditional boats
  • Kamaraes, Mykonos
  • Finikas, lone boat, Cyclades
Two Weeks Sailing The Dodecanese from Rhodes

Soak in the history and culture

Much like our one week route out of Rhodes this option is perfect if you want to soak up all the history and culture the Dodecanese has to offer. With ruins and old forts by the bucket load all spread out across numerous islands, this route is ideal for the more adventurous sailors. Those who want slightly stronger winds and to explore this relatively undiscovered area.

  • Astypalaia, Dodecanese
  • Kos Yacht View
  • Kalymnos Yacht
  • Fourni, Kos, Dodecanese
Two Week Sailing The Cyclades from Paros

A Perfect Combination of Luxury and Culture 

The Cyclades are renowned for some of their famous islands - not only have you got Santorini, a celebrity hotspot but you’ve also got Mykonos, a place that exudes luxury and old fashioned Greece in equal measures.

  • Bay near Gaios on Paxos Island
  • Ios windmills, Paros
  • Naousa Port, PAros
  • Irakleia shore front, Paros
Two Weeks Sailing The Cyclades from Mykonos

Much like our one week route this option builds on the same idea. This time going up to Tinos in the north and right down to Katapola on the island of Armorgos in the south.

This route is for the keener sailor with strong winds blowing through making for an exciting and adventurous sail.

  • Naoussa, Paros
  • Livadi Town, Mykonos
  • Mykonos windmills at sunset
  • Mericha, Mykonos
Two Weeks Sailing The Dodecanese from Kos

Island hop until your hearts content

Much like our other two week route this option is perfect if you want to really venture further afield and see what the Dodecanese has to offer. With history everywhere you look you can island hop until your hearts content reaching all the way up to Fourni in the north and Astypalaia in the west.

  • Patmos White washed
  • Astypalaia, Dodecanese
  • Pserimos Sponges
  • Levitha, Kos, Dodecanese
Two Week Sailing The Cyclades from Lavrion

220 Islands in the Cyclades to Explore

This route is a great extension from our one week starting in Lavrion. Giving you more time to explore as many of the 220 islands that make up the Cyclades and you can in two weeks!

Beginning in Lavrion is ideal as it’s only a 35 minute transfer from the airport and from here you can start with islands such as Kea and then make your way down to Irakleia and Katapola on the island of Armorgos in the south.

  • Kea Town View
  • Kea Veranda View
  • Syros at night
  • Syros beachfront taverna
One Week Ionian Islands Sailing Guide from Corfu

Swim, sail & simply relax....

This route is perfect for beginners or those of you introducing friends and family who are new to sailing. The North Ionian Islands are full of quaint and scenic harbours coupled with picture-perfect anchorages with gin clear water. What's not to love? 

  • Ella & Rose jumping in - Emerald Bay - Anti Paxos
  • Mongonisi by Becky Kerry
  • Beneteau 40 anchored in Emerald Bay
  • Sunset at Mourtos
Two Weeks Sailing The South Ionian from Lefkas

Two Weeks Easy Sailing

Sailing in the Ionian is hugely popular, due to the light winds, iconic clear waters and beautiful bays. This is a great sailing ground for beginners or those looking to introduce inexperienced family and friends. With two weeks sailing from Lefkas you will be able to visit all the islands - from the tiny islands of Kastus and Kalamos to the bright lights of Kefalonia.

  • Beneteau Oceanis 38 nchored in the South Ionian Islands
  • Alan and crew moored up in Frikes on the Beneteau Oceanis 50
  • Nidri harbour view
  • Moored up in Frikes on the Beneteau Oceanis 38
Two Week Ionian Islands Sailing Guide from Corfu

Island hopping in gin clear water

This is the perfect rough guide, if you’re looking for an easy sail, with light winds and clear seas. With two weeks to explore the area you’ll be able to get as far north as Kassiopi and as far south as Ligia or beyond if you wish. 

  • Sarah swimming in Emerald Bay
  • Beneteau 52.3 Kalokeri sailing past Kefalonia
  • Dinner at the sunset restaurant on the west coast of Paxos Island
  • Seafood Salad
One Week Sailing The South Ionian from Lefkas

Ionian Island Hopping

The South Ionian is arguably one of our most popular destinations due to its light winds and blue waters. This route is great for beginners looking to whet their appetite. In the south there are so many bays to discover and harbours to explore, with friendly taverna owners and fellow sailors all around. Starting from Lefkas, you can island hop your way around, getting all the way down to Ithaca and even further afield to Kefalonia if you wish.

  • 331 Sailing in Goat Bay
  • Jumping off the boat!
  • Beneteau 361 Pere Pegani Jump
  • Lefkas Canal
Two Weeks Sailing The Whole Ionian

Ionian Island Highlights

The Ionian Islands is an area very close to our heart! It is possibly one of our favourite places to sail, and a place we are happy to return to, year after year. Having had flotillas in Greece for 40 years we have plenty of knowledge of the area. If you want to explore all the way from Corfu to Kefalonia, and all the islands in between, then this route is perfect for you. Sailing in the Ionian offers you everything you could possibly imagine. 

  • Ella & Rose jumping in - Emerald Bay - Anti Paxos
  • Assos Bay view from Taverna
  • Sailing in Goat Bay
  • Assos Night View
One Week Sailing around the Canary Islands

Sailing from luscious Lanzarote

The island of Lanzarote, also known as one of the Islands of Eternal Spring, is a popular holiday destination for anyone wanting to chase the sun. With its stunning volcanic landscape, crystal blue waters and balmy climate, it’s not hard to see why! As the easternmost island of the Canary Islands archipelago, Lanzarote sits directly in the path of the north-east trade winds, a perfect spot for launching any sailing adventure. 

  • Jess chilling on a beach in the Canary Islands
  • Caleta de Sebo La Graciosa Island
  • Lanzarote Beach
  • Chilling on a cat in the Canary Islands
Two Weeks Sailing around the Canary Islands

Canary Island Adventuring

Constant sunshine, clear blue waters and captivating landscapes; that is what you will find in the archipelago of the Canary Islands. Benefitting from the trade winds which breeze up from Africa, and the warm waters of the Canary current, it is small wonder that the Canary Islands boast a rich maritime history. From Columbus to Churchill, it is the perfect place for island hopping! During your two weeks, you can experience buzzing nightlife, secluded beaches and everything in between.  

  • Fuertaventura Sand Dunes Carralejo
  • Caleta de Sebo Beach
  • Santa Cruz at Sunset
  • Fuertaventura

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