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Fuerteventura Airport (FUE), also referred to as El Matorral Airport, is the only airport serving Fuerteventura, the fourth most visited island in the Canary Islands. With connections to over 80 destinations worldwide, it saw over 5 million passengers travel through it in 2016, a number that is expected to grow. Although only located 5 kilometers southwest of the capital city, Puerto del Rosario, travel between the airport and the island’s main cities and resorts is easily achievable. One of the quickest and most comfortable ways to do so is via airport transfer. Book an airport taxi from Fuerteventura Airport to your final destination with Suntransfers. We offer affordable taxi services across the island.
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Fuerteventura’s appeal diverges from that of its neighbor Gran Canaria, which boasts diverse, lush landscapes. Though this windswept near martian slab of volcanic rock offers up an equally compelling, wholly different, natural beauty, it is the high winds and white sand beaches people travel here for. Year round warm weather has cemented Fuerteventura as a paradise for thrill seekers keen on wind-fueled water sports and those looking to lollygag beachside. So, if you’re heading to the island for a weekend zipping across the water, book an airport transfer with us to get from Fuerteventura Airport to your hotel, resort or holiday rental apartment.
To get to grips with Fuerteventura’s bewilderingly beautiful geography of lavascapes, high plains and lunar landscapes head to the Mirador Astronomico de Sicasumbre. This makes for an excellent introduction to the island and offers up some extraordinary views. For a nighttime spectacular, come when the sun’s disappeared beyond the horizon, and thousands of stars pinprick the black sky. Stargazing has never been better.
If you’re looking to kite or windsurf, Playa de la Barca is the place to head. Located just 2.5 kilometers south of Costa Calma on Fuerteventura’s southern coast, this stretch of beach is perfect for both beginners and pros alike. If you are keen to try your hand (and test your balance) surfing the high seas, there are gear and teaching shops up and down the beach. If you’d rather watch the experts do it, every year Playa de la Barca hosts a leg of the Windsurfing World Championship in July.
In Fuerteventura’s northern tip, La Olivia is home to the Centro de Arte Canario – Casa Mané, a fantastic museum and highlight of the island. Here you will find artworks by acclaimed local artists César Manrique, Ruben Dario, and Alberto Gullo. Two of the museum’s galleries are also dedicated to Alberto Manrique, the national award-winning watercolorist.
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The weather in Fuerteventura is really predictable and should be counted on. With a normal day hitting between 22 to 26 it is a great place to just kick back. The average yearly temp can vary widely from 20 degrees to almost 40 in the summer but the light wind that usually accompanies the hot sun is ever-present and creates a great dynamic for your beach-loving dreams. Most days are sunny hot and are a great day for the beach. Wind surfers and kite surfers flock to the island because of the wind that often comes from the north-east and makes some really good waves for jumping or just getting knocked over in the surf close to the shore.
There are some grey days in the winter but they are usually few and far between. It couldn´t hurt to bring a jacket just in case there is a calima. A calima is when sand and dust are blown directly from Africa(90km to the east) and it brings sun blocking clouds that make the beach and island life a little bit cooler. Add this with a medium wind and a sun-burned traveler may interpret this as chilly. On a day with calima and no wind we are talking about the edge of the river Styx, when temps can reach a blistering 40 degrees. Be sure to pack plenty of sunscreen and an umbrella would not be a bad idea.
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Experience the idyllic island of Fuerteventura in style with a luxurious resort escape on the coast. You'll bask in comfort and tranquility with a choice of four sophisticated resorts, located a stone's throw from the clear Atlantic Ocean, golden sands, and the island's volcanic black beaches. Each resort offers plenty of opportunity to unwind, with spacious surroundings, verdant greenery, relaxing spas and excellent restaurants to indulge your every sense.
With an optional choice of car hire or airport transfers, you can take your pick between ease or independent adventure. Boasting a 210 mile coastline, stunning natural beauty and the perfect conditions for a variety of watersports, Fuerteventura has something for everyone. As the sun goes down, expect fantastic sunset views, while night time brings plenty of fun - from lively clubs and bars, to enthralling starlit skies.
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The beauty of Fuerteventura has charmed travellers for centuries, and it's not hard to see why. With its miles of sandy beaches and enticing azure waters, the second-largest of the Canary Islands instantly feels like paradise. From long, lazy days on the white sandy beaches of Corralejo, to challenging hikes up the island's cliffs and mountains, Fuerteventura delivers something for everyone. And then some.
Stroll along the streets in the capital Puerto del Rosario for Spanish souvenirs, or get into your diving gear and explore the underwater world. Watersports enthusiasts can jump into kite- and windsurfing thanks to excellent sailing conditions, while in Tefia you can learn about the traditional craftsmanship and way of life of the Fuerteventura people in the Ecomuseo La Alcogida museum. And in Costa Calma, you can relax on the 30-kilometre long, breathtaking sandy beach and enjoy the ultimate beach holiday. Whether for a couple of days or a few weeks, Fuerteventura delivers an unforgettable holiday experience!
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Last updated: 11th January 2022
We’ve visited Fuerteventura a few times as it’s our favourite Spanish Canary Island for winter sun. We like it because it’s not built up like other neighbouring Canary islands. The beaches aren’t crowded and the island has dramatic landscapes and fabulous small towns to explore. In this post we’ll show you the best attractions of Fuerteventura.
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Fuerteventura ‘Strong Winds’
We visit Fuerteventura for winter sun holidays usually in mid-November to chill out and relax. We always hire a car to explore the island’s best bits. Fuerteventura’s climate makes it an ideal all year round destination because temperatures don’t often fall below 21ºC making it similar to Florida, it’s nicknamed ‘The island of eternal spring’ . The year round sunshine and loads of bargain flights from the UK makes it easy for thousands of Brits, like us escape the dreary British wintry weather.
Fuerteventura is the second biggest of the Canary Islands (after Tenerife) and the closest of the Canaries to Africa. Fuerteventura means ‘Strong Winds’ because of its exposure to the constant North East trade winds throughout the year. Unlike neighbouring Gran Canaria it doesn’t have a tropical landscape, instead Fuerteventura is arid and desert like. You won’t see many trees or much vegetation, just the aloe vera cactus which thrive in the wild on the island.
Fuerteventura is rich in sea life – turtles, sperm whales and dolphins are some of the most important marine animals here, in 2009 UNESCO declared Fuerteventura a Biosphere Reserve.
The resort of Corralejo
Fuerteventura has two main tourist resorts – Corralejo on the North East tip (popular with us Brits) and Morro Jable in the south (popular with Germans). Corralejo pronounced ‘Coral-echo’ is a lively resort with lots of bars, restaurants and the usual tourist-tat shops and is popular with families. On Saturdays there’s a flea market at the El Campanario Shopping Center. From the harbour you can catch a boat to the nearby small uninhabited island of Los Lobos or go a little further to the neighbouring island of Lanzarote for a day trip. Fuerteventura is a duty free island, we took advantage of this and bought some excellent priced aftershave in Corralejo, the staff we incredibly helpful to make sure we got the best prices too.
Our lovely villa and pool at the Bahiazul Villas
We always stay just outside of Corralejo at the Bahiazul Villas hotel complex in a villa with a private heated pool, which is just lovely and looks very chic. We love it here especially the design, Garth thinks it looks like a César Manrique designed villa or a David Hockney painting. We usually wait for offers to come up on the internet to bag a good rate out of season.
Even better at night for stargazing
Chilling out in our luxurious villa – heaven!
Parque natural de corralejo & grandes playas.
Just before you arrive at Corralejo you will drive through 6 miles of desert like sand dunes at the protected Parque Natural de Corralejo. A beautiful expanse of long and soft sand dunes as far as the eye can, it looks like the neighbouring Sahara Desert. Be warned the sand can get very hot in the summer.
The beach here is called Grandes Playas and is enormous and the best part of this beach are the quiet areas just off the dunes away from the 2 luxury resort hotels in the distance which are a bit of an eye-sore. The water is gorgeous – bright turquoise and the water crystal clear, the quieter areas have a mix of families, couples and naturists.
The Parque Natural de Corralejo
Corralejo’s sand dunes
Perfect sand dune patterns
The warm Saharan winds from Africa on Fuerteventura’s East coast make it perfect for water sports – surfing, wind surfing and kite-surfing are especially popular, so much so the World Kite Surfing Championships are held every August. We stopped off to watch the kite-surfers who are amazing! especially when they appear to jump miles into the air!
Kite surfers on Grandes Playas with the uninhabited island of Los Lobos in the background
Fuerteventura is really popular with wind and kite surfers
Fuerteventura’s Volcanic Centre
Drive inland to the middle of Fuerteventura and you’ll discover the island’s amazing volcanic centre. Huge peaks of extinct volcanoes and old lavascapes make an impressive lunar looking landscape, it reminded us of Iceland . The terrain is popular with hikers wanting a challenge, that’s not us!
Get on the road and head up the Tegu Mountain to Morro Velosa (Mirador De Morro Velosa) for one of the best scenic viewpoints on Fuerteventura. Inside the lookout building you can learn about the geology of the island. Apparently this is one of the best places on the island for stargazing, however not sure we would fancy that (sometimes hairy) mountain edge drive at night! Note it’s closed on Mondays, but don’t worry the viewpoint at the Guise and Ayose Statues just before you enter Morro Velosa is equally as good. When you’re done taking photos drive onto nearby Betancuria.
Extinct volcanoes and old lavascapes have created this stunning terrain
Incredible panoramas from the Morro Velosa viewpoint
Photo of Fuerteventura’s volcanic landscape taken from the airplane
The Old Town Of Betancuria
Betancuria is the island’s former capital (until 1834) It’s very compact and easy to do in an hour or so. It’s traditional and picturesque with white washed homes and cactus filled pretty gardens. The star attraction is the 17th century Cathedral Iglesia de Santa María Betancuria, which costs 1.5 Euros to enter.
It’s a sleepy place where we wandered around the cobbled streets, there’s some nice craft shops and cafes. We stopped for lunch and tried various Canarian tapas dishes including Fuerteventura’s famous local goats cheese – Queso Majorero.
Betancuria situated in a mountainous region of Fuerteventura
The charming former capital Betancuria
The lovely little Cathedral Santa Maria in Betancuria
Betancuria is the perfect place to try some Canarian tapas
Impressive cactus plants
Betancuria View Point
Another great viewpoint after you leave Betancuria is Mirador Las Peñitas where you’ll see farmer’s fields – a green oasis in the middle of the desert. You may even see some cute chipmunks (Barbary Squirrels) the local government ask tourists not to feed them food as they don’t want their population to grow.
Amazing views from Mirador Las Penitas
A green oasis in the middle of the desert
Garth at the Mirador Las Penitas viewpoint
Traditional Windmills of Fuerteventura
Dotted all over the island you’ll spot old windmills – the icon of Fuerteventura. They were once used to make ‘Gofio’ flour 200 years ago. Gofio is a Canarian flour made from roasted grains – wheat or maize. We drove through the small village of Lajares which has two windmills close to each other if you want to easily photograph some.
Old flour windmills are dotted all over Fuerteventura
El Cotillo is our favourite place on Fuerteventura. It’s one of those charming old sleepy seaside villages that feels more like Greece than Spain with its signature blue and white painted buildings. It has a pretty harbour that has character and feels laid back. The best thing are the harbour restaurants serving the freshest catches of the day. Grab a seat on the terrace at one of the best – La Vaca Azal a Fuerteventura institution.
A former fishing town, El Cotillo was an important port on the trade route between Maderia and Fuerteventura. It has a small ‘castle’ – Torre del Tostón built in the 1700s, this defence tower had cannons to protect the coast against pirates.
El Cotillo’s blue hues make it look like Greece rather than Spain
You can’t beat alfresco dining
Looking more like a Greek fishing village than a Spanish town
Tasteful paintings for sale
Black volcanic rock meets the sea
Doors of Fuerteventura
El Cotillo’s Beach & Lagoons
A very short drive North of El Cotillo (or a leisurely walk) are some beautiful clear water lagoons and a white sandy beach at Playa De Los Lagos. The black volcanic rocks set against the white sand make it a spectacular setting. People have made natural wind breaker walls from loose volcanic rocks, so if you’re lucky grab one of these spots to escape the wind if you plan on spending all day on the beach.
Crystal clear waters at Playa De Los Lagos
Phil at Playa De Los Lagos
Phil watching the colourful kite displays
Fantastic kite displays at Playa Chica
Keep walking and you’ll reach the beach of Playa Chica which had some amazing kite displays. It’s the biggest of the beaches here so gets a bit busier. The kites people were flying were really impressive, all shapes and colours, our favourite was the giant octopus! Kite flying on Fuerteventura is so popular they even host their own annual International Kite Festival.
Caleta del Marrajo
Drive a little further North of El Cotillo towards the Faro lighthouse and there are even more stunning lagoons at Caleta del Marrajo. These little lagoons is where the water gets trapped in low tide, lovely small beaches of fine white sand, black lava rocks and crystal clear turquoise waters makes this place perfect! It’s more remote so there’s less people – a mix of naturists and clothed people nobody seemed bothered either way.
The gorgeous lagoons at Caleta del Marrajo
Canarian Tapas Dishes
Fuerteventura is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean so seafood is everywhere. Vieja (Parrot Fish) is the most common fish on the island. Whilst the main meat here is goat, as they are pretty much the only animals on the island, you’ll find goat stew – Puchero Canario on menus.
Of course staple Spanish tapas dishes are on menus, however you will see some local tapas dishes including:
- Papas Arrugadas – mini salty jacket potatoes served with Mojo Verde (green sauce) or Mojo Picón a spicy red sauce made from cayenne peppers and paprika.
- Majorero Cheese – local cheese made from goats milk, there’s also a smoked version which has a buttery texture and a nutty taste.
- Gofio Amasado – A dish served on all the Canary Islands – a weird oily dough slice, that’s sweet and salty
Our favourite – a Spanish tapas lunch of ailoli, tortilla, ensalada rusa, chorizo, bread, wine and beer!
Canarian tapas dishes
Papas Arrugadas with Mojo Verde
We decided to drive all the way South and go right off the beaten path to see Cofete Beach, named as one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe by Tripadvisor. You won’t find many people here on this incredibly wild and unspoilt beach. It’s remote and windy but that’s the attraction. It’s too dangerous to swim here because of currents and the height of the waves.
It’s quite a journey to get there and is not for the faint hearted. Cofete really is right off the beaten track, and the only way to get there is via a long dirt track, and we mean really long – 13 miles, so factor in lots of time to get there, a 4×4 might be better than our Nissan Micra we hired! Make sure to take in the breathtaking view of Cofete and stop at the small observation spot before you descend to the beach. Sadly we didn’t make it down to the beach as we left it too late in the day and were worried about driving all the way back in Corralejo in the dark (It takes 2½ hours to drive from one end of the island to the other)
The wild and remote Cofete Beach
Getting to Cofete is quite a mission
There’s no doubt one of the main attraction of Fuerteventura are the beaches, they come in all sizes and there’s over 150 of them spread across 120 miles of rugged coastline. What’s really struck us is how unspoilt they are, so you won’t be short of options or fighting for space. The sand also comes in all colours too – white, gold and black.
Playa Las Lajas just one of the many quiet black sand beaches
Fuerteventura is one of the best places in the world for dark skies. The island has no pollution, the skies are often cloud free and has low light pollution because of the small population (75,000 people). It means skies are really dark and perfect for photographers wishing to capture starry night photos. In recognition of this Fuerteventura received the Starlight Reserve Certificate in 2015.
Fuerteventura’s dark skies over Corralejo
Experimenting taking dark sky photographs over the beach
Fuerteventura Practical Information & Useful Advice
Phil and Garth’s Top 5 Fuerteventura Tips
Phil and Garth’s Top 5 Fuerteventura Travel Tips
- Tip #1 : Take beach umbrellas for some shade if you’re heading to the remote lagoons.
- Tip #2 : Jump on a water taxi to Lobos Island – an excellent spot for snorkelling.
- Tip #3 : On beaches – green & yellow flags means it’s safe to swim, a red flag means it’s not safe.
- Tip #4 : The rainy season is October to March. We only had a couple of rainy days in November.
- Tip #5 : Tap water isn’t recommended for drinking, so buy cheap water at the supermarket instead.
- What is Fuerteventura’s airport Code? FUE – Fuerteventura Airport (El Matorral Airport).
- What time zone is Fuerteventura? GMT +0 hour. Western European Standard Time.
- What currency is used in Fuerteventura? Euro (symbol: €)
- What language is spoken in Fuerteventura? Spanish.
- What is the population of Fuerteventura? 116,886.
- What number should I call in an emergency? General emergency number is 112 or 091 for police, 061 for ambulance and 080 for fire brigade.
- What plug type is used in Fuerteventura? Socket type C & F. Both take the standard 2 Euro pin plug. Voltage is 230V / 50Hz .
- When is the best time to visit Fuerteventura? Year round. Winter temperatures average 22ºC (71ºF) and summer 27ºC (80ºF).
- When is the worst time to visit Fuerteventura? December to January has rain showers but don’t last long, evenings are cold.
- What is Fuerteventura famous for? Sand dunes, beaches, lunar landscapes and goats.
- What’s the history of Fuerteventura? Fuerteventura is the oldest island in the Canary Islands dating back 20 million years.
- What are the 5 must see sights of Fuerteventura? Betancuria, Corralejo Sand Dunes, Caleta del Marrajo, El Cotillo and Cofete Beach.
- What is the local dish of Fuerteventura? Eat Papas Arrugadas – salty mini potatoes served with a hot spicy sauce – mojo picón.
- What is the best way to get around Fuerteventura? Hiring a car from the airport is the best way to get around the island.
- What’s a fun fact about Fuerteventura? Fuerteventura’s locals are called ‘Majoreros’.
- What movies have been filmed in Fuerteventura? Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018), Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014) and Eternals (2021).
- Where is the best photo spot in Fuerteventura? Corralejo Sand Dunes.
- Where is a hidden gem in Fuerteventura? Sotavento Beach.
- What is the best souvenir to buy in Fuerteventura? Something made from volcanic rock.
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I absolutely love Featurventura.I always holiday on my own there’s so much to do & some nice day trips & I’ve always felt safe.On trip i really enjoy is the catamaran experience it was just an amazing day & highly recommend.No holiday this year tho due to covid.But as soon as things get better i will be there again.
Hi Jean, Oh a catamaran! great idea, we’ll have to try that next time we go! We also love Fuerteventura and we were hoping to go this winter. Like you we are looking forward to returning again 🙂
Mmmmm Canarian potatoes! I lived on Tenerife for a while and miss those. Great post and stunning pictures. People don’t realise that the Canaries are not just beaches, right?
This is really bringing back some sweet memories from when I used to live in Spain. I always said I will get old and buy a villa there to retire! The photos are fantastic as always and the villa you stayed at looks amazing! It goes to show it pays to keep an eye on the deals. And yes, you are not wrong about British tourists, weather and cheap flights! If I was in Europe, I’d be holidaying there at least once a year.
Those kites! That’s pretty amazing, but then so was your posh villa. 🙂 We really enjoyed this look at Fuerteventura. We’d heard of it because of the windsurfing, but didn’t realize it was a popular vacation spot, also. You’ve definitely got us ready for some quality beach time – hopefully in the Canaries one day soon! Also, as David mentioned, awesome work on the logo in the sand – love that!
I´ve enjoyed your post soooooo much! I´m a fan of Canary Islands, but so far only visited Fuerteventura once ( as a day trip from Lanzarote)! I´ve basicly seen Corralejo and Playa Aguila, but I wish I could go back one day and explore more – your photos are always so inspiring! #feetdotravel
That pool looks delightful! I would spend hours there! But there’s so much to see out and about, too. I love the sand dunes, and then the beaches. This is a new place to me (not a Brit), so it’s fun to read about Fuerteventura!
Eternal spring sounds perfect to me. I’ve not yet explored the Canaries so will add Fuerteventura to the list.
Love everything, from your gorgeous private pool villa to the dark skies and the remote beach. The volcanic landscape immediately made me think of Iceland as well. What a great winter escape! #feetdotravel
That logo in the sand! I’ve been curious about the Canaries for a while and Fuerteventura looks interesting, far more like Greece than I’d ever expect. Perhaps next winter I’ll have to check it out.
Whooa what a beautiful place! I’m running low on places I have never heard of, so this is a new one for me! What a great combination of sand dunes and beaches! #FeetDoTravel
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