The Spanish island of Fuerteventura is one of the Canary Islands. Located off the coast of North Africa, the Canaries are famed for year-round sunshine, as well as their distinctive volcanic interiors. There are over 100 miles of sandy beaches too and this island even holds UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve status.
A great range of accommodation awaits, tempting holidaymakers from all over Europe and beyond. If you’re looking for an affordable holiday in the sun, there are plenty of cheap Fuerteventura hotels to choose from. If you want to relax in splendour, meanwhile, you can choose from a fabulous range of luxury Fuerteventura hotels. Some properties are designed to cater for couples and some are great for groups, while others are more family-orientated.
The air in Fuerteventura is so fresh that it alone can be enough to revitalise your mind and restore a sense of immense wellbeing. This is thanks to the negative ions created by the Atlantic Ocean breezes. If you crave a lazy holiday, lying by the pool or on a sandy beach, punctuated by cooling dips in the sea or pool, 5 star Fuerteventura hotels might be just the ticket. If you want to get out there, to explore and get active, this island is also perfect.
Wherever you choose to stay, from the range of Fuerteventura hotels offered, there’s some things to see on this island that are unique to this specific part of the world. The Parque Natural de Corralejo is a rolling expanse of sand dunes that stretches for nearly seven miles. Explore the vast volcanic terrain or head inland to discover traditional villages that offer the chance to sample local food - and the island’s typical way of life.
Water sports are very popular pastimes on this sun kissed, volcanic island. Wind and kite surfing are particularly favoured, as the conditions are often perfect. The Windsurfing World Championships are held on the island every summer, in Playa de Sotavento, on the south coast.
The largest town in Fuerteventura is Corralejo, which offers an interesting mix of the old and the new. Find fabulous Spanish tapas bars in the old quarter, while in the resort area you’re more likely to stumble upon a karaoke bar. The Jandia Peninsula combines sizeable shopping malls with chic cocktail bars, and also offers superb, park protected stretches of beach. Costa Caleta is a very family-friendly resort, offering international cuisine and plentiful water sports activities. The island’s Destination of Origin protected cheeses are a must-try too.
If you fancy a trip to Fuerteventura, check out the hotels we have to offer on this Canary Island.