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Fuerteventura, one of the wonders of the Canary Islands archipelago, located in the Atlantic Ocean, is known for its white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. It is a popular tourist destination for sun and sea lovers. The island boasts an impressive nature with spectacular landscapes of volcanic origin, a wide variety of water sports and a unique culture. In addition, its climate is warm and sunny all year round, making it the ideal place for your family vacation and a great setting for surfing, windsurfing, diving or fishing.


Lobos Island is a small island located north of Fuerteventura. It is a natural paradise with a rich biodiversity, a great variety of seabirds and crystal clear turquoise waters. Visitors can access the island via a short ferry ride from Corralejo, and activities such as hiking, bird watching, diving, snorkeling and exploring the beaches and coves are available. On the island, you can also visit the lighthouse and the small village that used to be inhabited by fishermen.


Lajares is a charming village located in the north of Fuerteventura, known for its bohemian atmosphere and vibrant art scene. At the heart of the village is a historic windmill, built in the 19th century, which is one of the few remaining on the island. The mill is now a point of tourist and cultural interest, and offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape.


Calderon Hondo is an extinct volcano located on the island of Fuerteventura, in the Canary Islands. With an altitude of 278 meters, it offers stunning panoramic views of the island and the Atlantic Ocean. The summit can be accessed through a path of about 3 kilometers long, which presents some difficulty due to the slope and the loose volcanic rock surface. At the top, you can see a crater of about 70 meters in diameter, which is the result of the last eruption of the volcano, about 5,000 years ago.


The Cotillo is a picturesque fishing village on the northwest coast of Fuerteventura. Known for its white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, such as Playa de la Concha and Playa de los Lagos, it is a popular destination for sun and sea lovers. The fishing port is the perfect place to taste fresh fish and seafood, while the Faro del Toston, built in the nineteenth century, offers stunning views of the coast and the ocean.


The Corralejo dunes are a spectacular natural landscape located on the north coast of Fuerteventura. Known for its large expanses of white sand, rolling ridges of dunes and panoramic views of the sea, the Corralejo dunes are an ideal place for water sports, hiking and photography. They are also part of the Corralejo Dunes Natural Park, a protected area that is home to a wide variety of native flora and fauna.


The Mirador de Vallebron is a viewpoint located in the center of the island of Fuerteventura, in the Canary Islands. It offers spectacular panoramic views of the arid and volcanic landscape of the island, as well as the surrounding mountains and the north coast. The viewpoint is located in a rural area and is accessible via a winding road through the mountain. It is a popular spot for nature lovers and photographers looking to capture the beauty of Fuerteventura.

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In Fuerteventura, you can practice a wide variety of sports, especially those related to the sea and the beach. Windsurfing and kitesurfing are very popular due to the strong winds that blow on the island. Surfing, paddleboarding, scuba diving, snorkeling, sport fishing and sailing are also available. On land, hiking, cycling and running are very popular, as well as golf, tennis and paddle tennis in the resorts. In addition, Fuerteventura is known for its annual triathlon race.


  • Tindaya Mountain
  • Jandia Peninsula
  • Natural pools Aguas Verdes
  • Ajuy Caves
  • Fuerteventura street markets
  • Puerto del Rosario
  • Morro de Jable
  • Costa Calma
  • Caleta Fuste
  • Villa Winter
  • Cataluña en Miniatura
  • Corralejo Beaches
    Cofete Beach
    El Matorral Beach
    La Concha Beach
    Beaches of El Cotillo
    Beach of Barlovento

Photos: Corralejo Dunes courtesy of | El Cotillo: from Dirk Vorderstraße – CC BY 2.0. |Lajares Mill: Image by wirestock en Freepik | Calderón Hondo: Von Jensibua – Eigenes Werk, CC0. | Vallebrón viewpoint: courtesy of |