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With golden sand, cool water, and a gentle sea breeze, the second largest of the Canary Islands attracts huge numbers of sun-worshippers and water sports enthusiasts. The island itself has much more to offer, from barren desert scenery and fascinating volcanoes to colourful and characterful towns and pleasant harbour promenades.

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Isla de Lobos
Isla de Lobos, Fuerteventura

Just 2 km off the coast of Fuerteventura, Isla de Lobos is an untouched gem, home to a sprawling nature sanctuary teeming with an array of flora and fauna, including rare birds. Its main beach, Playa de la Concha, is known for its pristine waters. Trails cross a landscape of salt marshes and hornitos (small volcanic mounds) leading to the volcanic marvel of Montaña La Caldera and the historic Martiño lighthouse.

Corralejo Natural Park
Corralejo Natural Park, Fuerteventura

If you want to enjoy the stunning desert of Fuerteventura, Corralejo Natural Park is the best place to go. With its long coast (2.5 by 10.5 kilometres), this island has two different landscapes to offer to its excited visitors: in the north, you can admire the biggest dune of the Canary Islands, whereas in the south you can enjoy a stunning volcanic landscape.

Nestor's Restaurant & Steakhouse
Calle El Greco, Castillo Caleta de Fuste

Nestor's Restaurant & Steakhouse (also known as Bahía de Cata) is a popular, all-you-can-eat barbecue restaurant, with a good variety of international dishes with a Caribbean twist.

Calle María González Carballo, 21, Corralejo

Embark on a culinary journey with InFusion, as they seamlessly blend the authentic flavours of Louisiana with the vibrant spirit of Fuerteventura. The menu dances between the bold spices of south Cajun & Creole cuisine artfully harmonised with local Canarian ingredients. Delight in delectable creations, from crispy Southern corn-coated goat cheese to succulent BBQ spare ribs. Just be sure to save some room for the house’s speciality, the frozen cheesecakes.

Avenida General Franco
Avenida General Franco, Corralejo

Corralejo's retail therapy centres can be found on the main road running through town, Avenida General Franco. This is a safe bet if you want to do some shopping or just stroll along and do some window shopping.

No Work Team
Calle Marítima, 6, Corralejo

Conceived by two young Italian surf enthusiasts, No Work Team emerged with a vision that now materialises in their shop, offering an array of premium attire and accessories to elevate your surfing escapades. They also stock up on trendy summer and beachwear catering to men, women, and children alike.

Passport / Visa

Spain can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travellers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the Schengen zone. Citizens of Schengen countries can travel without a passport but must have a valid ID with them during their stay.

Best Time to Visit

Located very close to the African continent, Fuerteventura boasts a unique climate, with temperatures which rarely go below 25 degrees. If you're a heat lover, then the best months to visit this island are July and September, when you can enjoy sunbathing and swimming on the beautiful beaches of Fuerteventura. If you prefer temperatures to be cooler, come between April and June and take advantage of the fresh wind.

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