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Holidays to Fuerteventura, Canary Islands

Beautiful Fuerteventura is the second largest of the Canary Islands. This idyllic destination is home to beaches that go on for miles and miles, laid with fine white sands for you to truly relax in under the sizzling heat. As well as the scenic beaches, holidaymakers can sip on an ice cold cocktails, while overlooking a fantastic backdrop of high-rising mountains and deep red volcanoes at Agua Tiki Bar.

Fuerteventura is famous for being a surfer’s paradise, thanks to the soft, high waves that feature among the magnificent sea waters. Holidaymakers flock to this Spanish resort for its desert-island sands and unique sand dunes, which make for a perfect picture on your camera and a pleasant setting to relax in.

LANGUAGE Spanish
CURRENCY Euro
TIME DIFFERENCE GMT +1
FLIGHT TIME Around 4-5 hrs
COST OF A BEER €1.50
3 COURSE MEAL Expect to pay €15
  • Vibrant volcanoes

    Ancient volcanoes provide the perfect backdrop to this already beautiful holiday destination. The history of the volcanoes in Fuerteventura goes back millions of years. There is no longer any volcanic activity here, but the truly fascinating and breathtaking scenes of the ageless volcanoes are simply enchanting.

  • Surfer central

    The cool, blue waves in Fuerteventura are a hit with tourists and locals alike, who carry their boards down to the glistening waters and surf on some of the most impressive waves in the whole world. If you’re not much of a surfer, don’t worry; there are plenty of other exciting water sports to dive into, ranging from snorkeling to kayaking.

  • Nature’s beauty

    Let wild chipmunks feed from the palms of your hands at the charming Chipmunk Mountain – a unique hill covered in naturally-formed moss and pebble stones, that is also home to these adorable and friendly animals. Pack your hiking shoes for a steep stroll up the hill and capture the natural landscape, or catch the road train which takes your right to the top of this interesting landmark.

Activities

Fuerteventura provides water sports and golfing fun for all the family, romantic boat trips for couples and exciting off-road biking adventures for large groups. Embark on the Safari Experience at popular tourist attraction, Oasis Park, where you can ride camels and witness giraffes and hippos roaming freely right before your very eyes. Take a 10-minute boat ride over to the volcanic island, Lobos, for breathtaking views of the magical, maroon volcanoes.

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Acua Water park

Acua Water Park is a splash-tastic day out for the whole family. The water park can be found in Corralejo, on the northwest coast of Fuerteventura.

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Caleta Harbour

Caleta Harbour is located on the east coast of Fuerteventura and is renowned for being one of the most peaceful places on the entire island.

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Beaches

Think heavenly beaches, dipping your toes in glistening aqua waters and incredible strolls across spectacular sand dunes. The beaches in Fuerteventura are the main attraction, thanks to its unspoiled beaches, heavenly coves and family friendly activities. There are over 80 idyllic beaches in Fuerteventura to choose from, so whether you’re looking for shallow waters for children to paddle in or watersports for the whole family, there’s plenty of options to choose from.

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Corralejo Sand Dunes & Grande Beach

Corralejo Sand Dunes are one of the most-visited areas of natural beauty in Fuerteventura. In fact, Corralejo sand dunes are the largest…

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Costa Caleta Beach

Costa Caleta beach is curved around the bay and offers its visitors around a kilometre of beautiful sand to stroll along and relax upon.

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Food and Drink

Eating and drinking in Fuerteventura is affordable in price and even better, the quality of each dish served is of the highest standard, making this Spanish resort the perfect location for those looking for a quality holiday on a budget. Head over to Mi Casa in Corralejo, which offers the freshest fish to enjoy and provides visitors with stunning ocean views while they eat.

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Beachfront bars

Fuerteventura’s coast is lined with beautiful sun-kissed beaches, which offer visitors spectacular views, gorgeous walks and idyllic places to relax.

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Brit bars on the beach

Mixed in with the fantastic Spanish bars in Fuerteventura, the island is also home to plenty of Brit bars, ranging from trendy bars to pubs.

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Sights

As well as the unspoiled beaches, this majestic island offers some unforgettable sights to see. To taste local history, visit the impressive exhibition of the restored stately home, La Oliva and delve deep into 18th century culture. If you’re more interested in viewing fantastic scenery, head to the magical Tindaya Mountain, to experience fantastic panoramic views and over 300 archaeological engravings.

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Casa de los Coroneles

Casa de los Coroneles is a stately home located in La Oliva in the north of Fuerteventura. Once the seat of the island’s colonel, it’s now a museum.

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Castillo de El Toston

To experience some true local history and culture, you should be sure to pay a visit to Castillo de El Toston. This site was once one of the most…

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Top Resorts in Fuerteventura

Corralejo

One of the smaller of Fuerteventura’s resorts, the old fishing village of Corralejo combines old town shops and bars with a modern marina, perfect to catch a boat trip!

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Costa Caleta

Costa Caleta is a fantastic holiday destination for families, couples and groups of friends, offering a diverse range of activities, and accommodation facilities to suit all tastes and budgets.

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Costa Calma

The popular beach resort of Costa Calma attracts holidaymakers from all over Europe to it’s 12 mile stretch of beach!

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Costa de Antigua

With crystal blue seas and stunning hotels, Costa Antigua is an exotic and picturesque holiday resort.

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Jandia

The relaxed, cosmopolitan resort of Jandia is quite simply a beach lovers paradise. Located on the southwest peninsula of Fuerteventura, turquoise water laps white sand for miles along the coast.

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Location of Fuerteventura

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