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Welcome to Fuerteventura, the true paradise

Fuerteventura is the island of endless beaches, golden sands and crystal clear waters. Here you can discover fabulous natural landscapes, practice water sports and enjoy endless activities in the best company.

Fuerteventura, a gift from the volcanoes, emerges from the Atlantic Ocean as if it were a desert. The great dunes formed by the winds that bring sand directly from the Sahara placidly enter the sea forming fantastic sandy beaches. Its waters, with their characteristic turquoise tones that break with the ochre of the surroundings, are perfect for a wide variety of water sports. Far frombig crowds, the volcanic charm of this island and the generous sunshine that visits it most of the year make it the perfect place to spend an exceptional holiday.

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Holidays on Fuerteventura

Corralejo

In the north of the island is Corralejo, a former fishing village that has now become one of the most outstanding areas of the island. Be amazed by the almost desert-like landscapes of the Parque Natural de las Dunas de Corralejo, where you will find some of the best beaches in Fuerteventura; watch the entertaining kite show or try out some water sports such as kite surfing or scuba diving.

Lobos Island

A few kilometres off the coast, between Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, this island emerges as a must-see. This jewel of nature, part of the Corralejo Dunes Nature Park, stands out for its mobile and fossil dunes that end in incomparable deserted beaches where you can enjoy the solitude of this place. Due to its high degree of protection, visits are made along signposted trails that will take you through volcanic craters, lava flows, salt flats and some wetlands. Its desert character does not detract from its natural importance, as it is home to more than 130 plant species, including several endemic species, and a large number of birds, the island's main protagonists: Cory's shearwater, little shearwater and the herring gull are the most outstanding among many others.

Jandía Natural Park

Between the sea and the mountains lies this spectacular spot that encompasses most of the peninsula of the same name and stands out for its deep contrasts: large dunes, steep cliffs and hills that plunge into the crystal-clear waters of the south. The miles of beaches are of outstanding beauty. Fuerteventura's highest point is located here, the peak of La Zarza (807 metres), from where you will have exceptional views over the entire landscape and the rest of the island. The area is also home to important endemic plants and a large concentration of migratory birds.

Betancuria

Situated at the bottom of a valley that shelters it from the Canarian winds, this town is a small oasis of vegetation in the midst of Fuerteventura's predominantly arid landscape. Its whitewashed houses hide small flowering orchards where palm trees sprout. The peacefulness of its streets will take you back to other times. Its whitewashed houses converge around the Cathedral Church of Santa María, with a beautiful bell tower and Mudejar decorations.

The hermitage of San Diego is another little treasure hidden in its narrow streets. Its design is simple but elegant, without extravagance, but with a very marked style. Although it was founded in 1404 by Juan de Bethancour, who also gave it his name, the first settlements were established by the aboriginal inhabitants of the Canary Islands, the Guaches. The Museum of Sacred Art and the Ethnographic Archaeological Museum are a must if you want to see objects from its past up close and learn more about its history.

Tindaya Mountain

Rising proudly from the austere northern lands, the Tindaya Mountain is one of the symbols of Fuerteventura. Its summit and slopes are home to nearly 300 rock engravings, all in the shape of a foot. This makes the "sacred mountain", as it is also known, one of the most important places in the world for this type of engraving. Looking at its diminishing silhouette at sunset, you will understand why the Guanches attributed magical powers to this hill.

Caleta de Fuste

Rising proudly from the austere northern lands, the Tindaya Mountain is one of the symbols of Fuerteventura. Its summit and slopes are home to nearly 300 rock engravings, all in the shape of a foot. This makes the "sacred mountain", as it is also known, one of the most important places in the world for this type of engraving. Looking at its diminishing silhouette at sunset, you will understand why the Guanches attributed magical powers to this hill.

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Holidays on Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is the island of endless beaches, golden sands and crystal clear waters. Here you can discover fabulous natural landscapes, practice water sports and enjoy endless activities in the best company.

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