Welcome to Fuerteventura, the second largest of Spain’s Canary Islands, renowned for its fantastic beaches, surf spots and vibrant local culture. Whether you’re looking to relax on powdery white sands, catch some waves or explore the island’s rugged landscapes, Fuerteventura has something to offer everyone.

Beaches: With over 150km of coastline, Fuerteventura is home to some of the best beaches in Europe, and the world-renowned Playa de Cofete is not to be missed. This beautiful beach offers stunning views of the Jandia Mountains and is perfect for swimming, sunbathing and long walks along the shore. For surf enthusiasts, the beach at El Cotillo is a top spot for catching some waves, while the nearby lagoons provide calmer waters for kayaking, snorkeling and swimming.

Outdoor Activities: Fuerteventura’s rugged landscapes and crystal-clear waters provide ample opportunities for outdoor adventure. Hiking enthusiasts will love exploring the island’s volcanic terrain, including the stunning Corralejo Natural Park, where you can climb the famous dunes and enjoy breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. Watersports fans can try their hand at surfing, windsurfing, kiteboarding and diving, while those seeking a more laid-back experience can take a boat trip to explore the island’s coastline.

Culture and History: Fuerteventura is steeped in local culture and traditions, with many of its small towns and villages retaining strong Canarian customs and heritage. The charming town of Betancuria is a great place to learn more about the island’s history, with its cobbled streets, traditional architecture and ancient church. The local markets in Puerto del Rosario and Corralejo are also great places to experience local culture and sample traditional cuisine. Be sure to try the island’s famous papas arrugadas (wrinkled potatoes) and mojo sauce!

Nightlife: Fuerteventura may not be known for its nightlife, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a fun night out on the town! The island has a range of bars and clubs to suit all tastes, from bustling beach bars to laid-back pubs and clubs. For live music and entertainment, head to the Baobab Bar or The Wax Bar for a unique and memorable experience.

Accommodation: Fuerteventura has a wide range of accommodation options to suit all budgets, from luxury resorts and villas to budget-friendly apartments and hostels. The town of Corralejo is a great place to base yourself, with plenty of beachfront accommodation and easy access to the island’s best beaches and attractions.

Transportation: Fuerteventura is easily accessible by air, with regular flights to the island’s airport from mainland Spain and other European countries. Once on the island, car rental is the best way to get around and explore all that Fuerteventura has to offer.

So come and experience the magic of Fuerteventura for yourself! With its stunning beaches, rugged landscapes, rich culture and warm hospitality, it’s no wonder why this Canary Island gem is a must-visit destination.

The following resorts are available in Fuerteventura: