This depends on how long you are planning to stay on the island.
If your visit is just one day visit and you don’t want to miss anything, the best thing to do is to hire a 4×4 tour, which will take you around the most emblematic spots of the island in minutes, so you can make the most of your short stay.
Obviously, this immediacy comes at an extra cost and it all depends on the type of excursion or trip you book.
You will be informed about prices when you arrive at the island, and it is the locals themselves who will guide you on this adventure.
And although you can see almost the whole island in a day by car, the must-sees are: Las Conchas beach, Pedro Barba and La Cocina beach, although this last one is best if you can visit it by boat.
Make the most of it when you arrive, or before catching your return boat, to take a walk around Caleta de Sebo and soak up its seafaring essence.
A swim in one of its coves is a must on this day. The southern coves are the best for swimming, while the northern ones are perfect for a good snapshot, as the sea tends to be wildest on this part of the coast.
You can also hire a bike and take a closer look at this natural wonder.
It is not a very steep island, so you will be able to do it without major complications. However, you must bear in mind that the landscape is wild and you can find certain sandy areas that make it difficult to advance.
Even so, by taking the first boat in the morning and the last boat back, you can do a circular route that takes you past Pedro Barba, Amber beach, Las Conchas beach and back to Caleta de Sebo.
To do this route, it is highly recommended that you take enough water for the whole day, food, sunscreen, a hat and suitable clothing for cycling on unpaved roads.
It will also allow you to take a break for lunch, have a swim and, if you feel like it, climb Montaña Bermeja, the volcanic cone that presides over Las Conchas beach, to contemplate the views of the neighbouring islets.
A real paradise just a few minutes’ climb away.
Another option is to take a route through the southern part of the island, leaving Caleta de Sebo and arriving at Montaña Amarilla.
On the way you will pass by La Francesa beach and La Cocina beach, some fantastic coves for swimming, snorkelling, sunbathing and relaxing.
If, on the other hand, you are staying for several days, take it easy.
Do some walking or cycling routes and then you can repeat your visits in a 4×4, so you can get to your favourite places quickly and make the most of every spot on this incredible island.