Fuerteventura is famous for its beaches and as mentioned before in all there are approx 152. Apart from those that are directly accessible by foot from your hotel you will find that most are deserted from people and devoid of the usual rows of deckchairs and umbrellas. On these beaches you have the pleasure of choosing your own secluded spot and that it will remain yours for as long as you are there.
Chilling out on Fuerteventura’s beaches is a marvellous experience, but if you may feel the need to visit some nice spots in nature, then the suggestions below can help you in making a selection.
Corralejo – Natural Park “Dunas de Corralejo”: majestic dunes of fine white sand at the south of Corralejo and that are adjacent to the east coast. Preferred time of visiting is early in the morning (sun rise), later in the afternoon when it is cooler or in the evening at sunset.
For those who want to learn more about the locals and their culture, find below a list of the most important sources of information, like museums and monuments:
La Oliva – Museo del Grano: agricultural museum about the history, tools and techniques how to grow and harvest grain.
Villaverde – Cueva del Llano: impressive ancient volcanic lava tube. Take this opportunity to sense the effect of complete darkness and silence.
Fuerteventura North - Picture Gallery: Corralejo, Lajares, Villaverde, El Roque, El Cotillo, La Oliva, Tindaya
Fuerteventura North: Corralejo, Lajares, Villaverde, El Roque, El Cotillo, La Oliva, Tindaya
Corralejo – town.
Corralejo is one of the busiest tourist areas on the island, during the day and during the night. You may split Corralejo into 3 main areas: the north with its old town centre, the middle that has been built over the last 20 years and the south that has been developed recently. Places to visit are: the main street with a lot of shops, the Hoplaco Complex, the old town with its numerous bars and restaurants, the harbour area and a bit further the seaside promenade with very nice views to Lanzarote and Lobos.