Fuerteventura holidays are a fantastic choice for holidaymakers of all ages. Planning a family break or romantic getaway? You’ll be well looked after in this magnificent part of the Canaries. Situated just off the coast of Africa, this Spanish beauty spot enjoys year-round sunshine and boasts a long list of fun activities, luxury resorts, 150 glamorous beaches and eating spots.
Whether you’re looking for an action-packed family holiday in the Canaries, travelling with a group of friends or as a couple, with a week or two of relaxation, you’ll find it here in Fuerteventura!
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Fuerteventura is one of the Canaries most popular holiday destinations
You decide the pace on a holiday to Fuerteventura; take it easy or plan a week full of activities. There’s plenty to see and do around the area, including visits to awe-inspiring Corralejo National Park or buddy rides in the desert.
Being a relatively small island, it’s very easy to get around Fuerteventura, so you’ll have no trouble venturing out of the area’s main resorts - Jandia, Corralejo and Costa Caleta to name a few - to explore more of Fuerteventura.
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Caleta de Fuste
This bustling resort is a dream come true for couples, families and groups of friends craving a feast of fun in the sun.
There’s plenty of vibrant nightlife after dark and no shortage of superb restaurants for a romantic meal under the stars.
Cobbled walkways, top-quality restaurants, trendy boutiques and jaw-dropping natural wonders really give this sunshine escape the wow factor.
Glorious beaches, crystal-clear waters and rolling sand dunes await you during the day while the resort really becomes a hive of pulsating activity in the evening.
This captivating haven of tranquillity on the Jandia peninsula boasts beautiful sandy expanses, glistening shallow waters and an enchanting national park.
A bustling shopping scene, lively bars and superb restaurants means you can get the best of both words in this sun-soaked getaway.
This beach lover’s paradise has everything you need for a wonderful time, from fun on the sands to exciting water sports action on the waves.
Charming tapas bars, gourmet restaurants and bustling entertainment venues add to the appeal of this Canarian sunshine escape.
This glorious destination is a magnet for water sports enthusiasts craving some action on the waves, with windsurfing, kiteboarding, jet-skiing, parasailing among the options available.
Couples will be impressed with the myriad of romantic tapas bars and restaurants in Playa Barca, while boat trips, camel rides and buggy safaris are among the attractions for families.
Immerse yourself in the world of animals and birds at this charming attraction, the only wildlife park in Fuerteventura. Oasis Park provides a fabulous family day out and the little ones will delight at the chance to see a huge range of animals, plus the entertaining sea lion and parrot shows. The park also has a choice or restaurants of excellent restaurants.
Families can spend the day making a splash at Acua Waterpark in Corralejo which features a huge range of thrilling slides, chutes and rides. Rapid River, Kamikaze, Dark Cave and Lagoon Splash are just a few of the attractions. There’s also a slow river, wave pool and special area for younger children.
Take to a 4x4 vehicle for an exciting off-road safari through the island’s southern villages, the rugged coastline and some glorious sandy expanses beside the sea. An experienced driver will also take you to the island’s volcanic landscape and elevated locations which offer stunning panoramic views of the island.
Visit to Lobos Island
Hop on a ferry in Corralejo and sail over to the charming Lobos Island, a protected natural area where you will discover stunning white sandy beaches where you can wander along hand in hand with the love of your life. The island is perfect for snorkelling and hiking, plus there’s an excellent visitor centre.
La Oliva Market
A huge choice of delicious local produce greets you during a visit to Mercado de los Tradiciones, a wonderful market in the charming town of La Oliva. It is held on Tuesdays and Fridays and you’ll be wowed by a range of produce which includes homemade jams, organic fruit and delicious fresh breads.
Corralejo Natural Park
Enjoy a fabulous day out at this magical coastal zone which features the most impressive sand dunes in the whole of Fuerteventura. Explore this captivating area on foot and bring your walking boots for an exhilarating 300m climb to the top of the Montaña Roja (Red Mountain) volcano which offers stunning views across to the islands of Lanzarote and La Graciosa.
Dolphin and Whale Watching
Head out into the sea on a luxurious catamaran to watch dolphins and whales gracefully swimming in their natural environment. You’ll sail down the beautiful volcanic south coast of the island and see these majestic creatures in all their glory. The trip also includes stopping in a tranquil bay for a refreshing swim and enjoying a delicious lunch and drinks on board your boat.
Volcano Hike and Wine Tasting
Set off with your group for an exciting hike across the island’s stunning landscape beside the La Gayria Volcano, before stopping off at a small finca where you will learn about life on the island and get to sample some of the best local wines.
A visit to the gigantic Ajuy Caves can’t fail to impress – travel back in time 70 million years to the Jurassic period and marvel at these incredible natural formations, the oldest rocks in Fuerteventura. The nearby fishing village of Ajuy has several quaint restaurants for enjoying a meal and a drink after your cave-viewing adventure.
As mentioned, Fuerteventura’s warm climate and year-round sunshine makes it an obvious choice for British sun-seekers. Here’s an overview of what you can expect from the weather in Fuerteventura throughout the year:
We weren’t joking when we said Fuerteventura hosts 150 beaches. From hidden coves to popular coastal strips, you’ll be spoilt for choice when looking for somewhere to sunbathe. Costa Calma is a great family option, whereas Caleta de Fuste is quieter and recommended for couples.
An array of bars and nightclubs means you’ll never be stuck for things to do in the evenings. If you’re hoping to see the sun come up, you’re in luck! Party long into the early hours and then nurse your sore head on the beach the next day.
With so much to see and do in Fuerteventura, it can be hard to know where to start. To help you decide, we’ve listed our favourite things to do while on holiday here.
Fuerteventura’s azure waters and stunning beaches provide the perfect setting for water sports. The island is home to several fantastic dive centres where you can learn to scuba dive, as well as water sports operators that offer everything from jet skiing to surfing!
The oasis Park Zoo and Baku Water Park are just a few of the brilliant family attractions on offer to families. Both parks boast a superb range of rides, attractions and amenities to keep you and your children entertained during your holiday.
Take a camel ride, buggy ride or hire a bike to explore more of Fuerteventura’s scenic natural landscapes. Mountains, lava fields, deserts and valleys make up this incredible island. You’ll be lost for words.
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