Holidaying at Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is the second largest island in the Canary Islands, and there are a dozen of flights to Fuerteventura from across the world. At a distance of 100 km from the African coast, this is a low-key volcanic island that provides a year-round sunshine, unparalleled water sports facilities and awesome beaches.

This sun-bathed Island is located in a close proximity to the North African region. The place is full of rich forests, rugged cliffs, volcanoes and rolling sand dunes. You can step out for a camel ride in the volcanic National Park of Timanfaya. There are nearly 150 beaches to visit, and it is not a problem to figure out your own secluded spot even in the summers.

Fuerteventura Island is called as the wind surfing capital of the world as it plays host to the World Windsurfing Championships every year. Moreover, there are a host of beaches where the young folk can build sand castles safely.

Corralejo is Fuerteventura’s busiest airport, which is a busy harbor town in the northern coast in the island. The place is packed with restaurants, bars, discos and shops and it is a great place to chill out for youngsters coming here. You can also enjoy the water parks, boat trips and children’s activities in the town and unwind with a night’s sleep after it. Other attractive options at the island include boat trips, jet-skis and wind surfing. You can also indulge in hiking, mountain biking and golfing.