Garcey Beach (Playa de Garcey) gained fame in Fuerteventura thanks to the boat that was stranded on its shoreline since 1994.
Nowadays, there is nothing left of that ship – the SS America – which remained on its shore for over two decades and ended up being a tourist attraction in the area. But Garcey remains, as an isolated, solitary, and wild beach on the west coast of Fuerteventura with strong waves.
Reaching it isn’t easy – you can get there via the FV-605, then divert towards a dirt road signposted as La Solapa-Garcey. After travelling a few kilometres along this path you will reach the beach.