La Concha beach in the northern municipality of La Oliva has beautiful transparent waters, fine sand, volcanic rocks and is protected by a natural reef.
Come and explore the surprising Island of Lobos, a protected paradise lying between Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. Set aside a whole day for this visit, in which you’ll need to take a boat trip.
A trip to Fuerteventura wouldn’t be complete without visiting Puerto del Rosario. The capital of the island brings a bit of urbanity to a holiday in this Canarian paradise.
Idyllic beaches, delicious Canarian food and countless options for tourists is on offer in Morro Jable. Discover everything you can do here.
Created during the 1970s, this tourist resort in Fuerteventura strikes the perfect balance between comfort, unspoilt beaches and sport in the Jandía Peninsula.
Caleta de Fuste in Antigua municipality is the ideal place for a family holiday and the perfect departure point for exploring Fuerteventura.
El Cotillo, in the northwest of Fuerteventura, is a colourful fishing town with a beautiful coastline, unforgettable sunsets and complete tranquillity.
Gran Tarajal, a quiet harbour town in the south-east of Fuerteventura, offers the chance of sharing in the day-to-day life of the islanders.
Any visit to the extensive Playa de Cofete beach is an unforgettable experience. This article will tell you everything you need to know, allowing you to enjoy your trip to the maximum.
Fuerteventura’s beaches, with their fine white sands and turquoise waters, are one of the main attractions of the Canary Islands archipelago.