The island of Fuerteventura is one of the great gifts of the Canary archipelago. In its territory concentrates wonders of nature, beaches and charming villages. We tell you the essentials.
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.
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.
Created during the 1970s, this tourist resort in Fuerteventura strikes the perfect balance between comfort, unspoilt beaches and sport in the Jandía Peninsula.
Fuerteventura’s beaches, with their fine white sands and turquoise waters, are one of the main attractions of the Canary Islands archipelago.
Sotavento beach is one of the loveliest in Fuerteventura and offers travellers a true oasis of golden sand and crystal-clear waters.
This natural gem is home to the oldest formations in the Canary Islands—a must-visit to get a better understanding of the archipelago’s past.
Let’s pay a visit to the Playa del Matorral beach near Morro Jable, offering crystal-clear waters, a wetland and a wide range of activities
The island of Fuerteventura hides several magnificent natural jewels, offering visitors the chance to bathe in stunning locations. One such example is the Aguas Verdes volcanic pool.
The Playa del Risco del Paso, found in the middle section of the Playa de Sotavento, is one of Fuerteventura’s most beautiful beaches. You are sure to be captivated by its turquoise waters.