About Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is well known for its stunning long beaches, where turquoise water and white sand give colour and majesty to the landscape. With more than 150km of beaches it is the ideal destination for lovers of water sports such as surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, paddle surfing, water skiing or scuba diving. Without a doubt, Fuerteventura is a unique destination for campers, an island with no outstanding reliefs, protected natural spaces and landscapes where you can (dis)connect from the outside world.

Looking for the perfect beach to enjoy your favourite sport?

The beach of La Barca, located in the south of Fuerteventura within the so-called Playas de Jandía, has been on several occasions the chosen place for windsurfing and kiteboarding world championships. The colour of the sand, which reminds us of well-known deserts, the turquoise water, the wind and waves and the atmosphere make travellers from all over the world come to enjoy this unique destination. Whether you practise these sports or not, without a doubt, it is a spectacle worth contemplating for the variety of colours and distraction offered by the different disciplines.

Holidays discovering beaches and protected natural areas?

Fuerteventura itself is tourism and authenticity, where tourism and the local population coexist perfectly. Discover its tourist areas at both ends of the island, with their distinct landscapes and environments. A combination of volcanic landscapes, paradisiacal beaches and traditional Canarian villages.

Getting to know new places?

Recommended areas:

- Las Playitas, in the southeast of the island of Fuerteventura, in the municipality of Tuineje. - Betancuria, in the village of Betancuria, in the centre of the Canary Island of Fuerteventura. - Corralejo in the north of Fuerteventura. Overlooking the islands of Lanzarote and Lobos, Corralejo is synonymous with long, beautiful beaches, sport and a surprisingly lively atmosphere all day long. - Caleta de Fuste: in a privileged enclave in the centre of the east coast of Fuerteventura. It has modern and fantastic hotel facilities, a marina where you can practise various water sports, two golf courses, a convention centre, a wide variety of shopping centres and an infinite number of leisure and sports areas. - Esquinzo-Morro Jable: In the south of Fuerteventura, Morro Jable together with the emerging area of Esquinzo have become an important tourist and social centre, with a wide range of accommodation, restaurants, shops, services, leisure, etc. - Costa Calma, located in the south of the island, is the gateway to the world famous Jandia Beaches. A haven of peace and tranquillity where you can combine a traditional holiday experience with a wide range of activities and services. - El Cotillo: This charming fishing and tourist town in the west of Fuerteventura stands out for its ineffable seafaring flavour, the versatility of its magnificent beaches and beautiful lagoons with crystal clear waters and white sand, and its spectacular sunsets over the Atlantic. - Puerto del Rosario: is the capital of the island of Fuerteventura, a reference point as an administrative, commercial, cultural and leisure centre. !