Isolated, solitary, and wild beach on the west coast of Fuerteventura
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.