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Holidays to Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is a hidden gem of a holiday destination - and a fantastic place for a sun-filled holiday. There’s something for everyone in a holiday here. Fuerteventura is the second-largest and generally known to be quieter compared to the other large Canary Islands, meaning that a holiday to Fuerteventura really is all about relaxing.

Top Fuerteventura holiday resorts:

Corralejo

  • Gorgeous beaches lined with sand dunes
  • Central square with shops and amenities
  • Friendly atmosphere

Costa Calma

  • Long sandy beaches
  • Laid back atmosphere
  • Great of surfing

Costa Caleta

  • Laid back resort
  • Sheltered beach
  • Handful of lively bars

Jandia

  • Popular for windsurfing
  • Long stretches of white sandy beaches

Why choose a Fuerteventura holiday?

With beautiful beaches, local markets, fun bars and great restaurants, the island offers plenty to do and see and more, it’s one of the most popular destinations in Spain for families, couples and solo travellers alike. The white sand beaches are wide and the sun shines over 300 days of the year, making it perfect for those seeking a little peace and quiet all year round.  There are also a whole host of superb water sports on the beach including great surfing conditions. For fun on dry land aim for a hole in one at the excellent Costa Caleta course or make a splash at the Acua Water Park (also known as Baku Park) in Corralejo.

Fuerteventura holds both the status of a UNESCO biosphere reserve and a Starlight Reserve, meaning that you’ll be surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty day or night on your Fuerteventura holiday. Whether you base yourself in hotel or villa, either accommodation option will provide a perfect base from which you can explore.

Fuerteventura highlights

Beaches by the dozen

  • Corralejo boasts some excellent spots: Grandes Playas, Olivia beach, Waikiki beach, Glass beach, small harbour beach, Flag beach and sand dunes. 
  • Costa Caleta boasts a man-made beach and Las Solinas beach.
  • Don’t miss the golden sands of Morro Jable and Costa Calma, the black sand of Ajuy Beach, the calm El Cotillo Lagoons – just take your pick.
  • Looking for a beach day trip? Head out Los Lobos island by boat. This tiny volcano-tipped island is absolutely beautiful, with a nature reserve, wildlife and beautiful sea birds, you can easily lose yourself in the natural beauty here. 

Water Attractions

  • Surfing -  is popular here with windsurfers and kite surfers getting on their board all year round. The conditions and climate are ideal, with warm, clear seas, brisk Atlantic winds, and expert tuition.
  • Windsurfing - The best places for windsurfing novices and experts are Corralejo and the Jandia peninsula, the latter being the site of the annual world windsurfing championships.
  • Swimming - The crystal clear waters are also perfect for diving, a leisurely snorkel or even just a refreshing swim and there are no shortage of boat trips available.
  • Water Parks - Water thrills can also be had at the Acua Water Park which boasts a fun collection of slides, a lazy river, wave pool and kiddie splash pool with slides as well as mini golf and a go kart track.

Shopping

In relation to its size, there are a surprising number of ways to splash your cash when visiting this island. Shopping highlights include:

  • Shopping malls - Las Rotondas in Puerto del Rosario and the Atlantico Centre on the outskirts of Caleta de Fuste are popular afternoons out, but don’t forget local shops too.
  • Local stores - Every resort has its collection of smaller shops selling all kinds of trinkets and knick-knacks. For traditional Canarian crafts, visit the small village of Lajares.
  • Markets – there are plenty of market around the island too including an artisan Sunday market at the El Campanario Centre and the bi-weekly La Oliva market which sells all kinds of traditional treasures.

Sightseeing and things to do

  • Natural wonders - One of the most popular sights is Los Lobos island with its wild volcanic nature reserve, and the El Cotillo Lagoons which form shallow pools of shimmering water at low tide.
  • Museums - One attraction worth a mention, which isn’t a natural sight, is The Dreams House Museum. This is the biggest museum in the Canary Islands and it houses over 5000 charming models which will amuse kids and big kids alike. 
  • Make time to visit the restored local windmill, which houses a small museum in Costa Antigua.

Other activities

  • Hiking - this activity will take you through incredible landscapes, over dormant volcanoes, through small villages and past ancient settlements. Summer days can reach 35 degrees, so make sure you take plenty of water and sun protection. Ferries depart from Corralejo to the small Los Lobos Island, which makes for an easy-going day trip.
  • Golf - Fuerteventura has a superb course at Costa Caleta. The 18-hole, 70-par course is delightfully lush with green fairways, swaying palm trees and challenging water hazard lakes connected by narrow brooks, all offering delightful views out over the sea. Specially landscaped to counter the breezes that can come in from the Atlantic, its greens and fairways have been designed to be extra wide.