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Fuerteventura is an island with several areas to rent fantastic villas. Look for beautiful villas in Puerto del Rosario, a village full of monumental wealth. Find exclusive properties in el Corralejo, close to its magic dunes or in Costa Palma and Morro Jable, close to stunning beaches. La Oliva and El Cotillo, are quite popular areas, the first one being the liveliest. Stay a few minutes away from wonderful white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters and immerse yourself in an authentic maritime paradise that will make you completely forget the stress of daily life.Fabulous villas with all the amenities
Find splendid villas in this sunseekers paradise. Exclusive properties a few steps away from the beaches. Traditional island architecture, white facades, large rooms and spacious lounges. Lovely gardens, fantastic swimming pools and outdoor areas to enjoy dinings al fresco. The villas can accommodate up to 10 people, making it ideal for large groups and big families. Your pets can also spend the holidays with you as many of them allow animals. Start packing your bags and make your way to Fuerteventura!
Travellers and activities
The beautiful beaches of Fuerteventura are considered not only as the best in the entire archipelago, but some of them are also among the best in the entire European continent. From north to south, the island offers endless idyllic beaches that have nothing to envy to those in the Caribbean, where volcanic black sand gives way to the fine golden dust reminiscent of the Sahara desert. If we had to choose one among them, which is not easy, it would be the Cofete, an authentic virgin paradise surrounded by mountains that invites you to disconnect and forget everything. But those of Corralejo, Sotavento, La Concha, Puertito de Lobos, Costa Calma, Esquinzo, Gran Tarajal, El Cotillo and Solana del Matorral are also beautiful.Fuerteventura for surf lovers
Fuerteventura is home to an arid, lunar landscape with more sandy beaches than the rest of the Canary Islands. Strong winds make the island a world-renowned windsurfing spot and a year round surf destination. The north coast is plenty of exposed reefs that pick up the swells and the waves vary from the challenging tubes of Lobos to the mellow walls of Derecha de los Alemanes. Wondering where to start if you are a beginner? Playa Morro, El Cotillo or Playa Blanca are ideal to practise on the waves for the first time, although the last one is also good for intermediate surfers. But intermediate surfers can also improve their skills on the board at Punta Elena or Las Caletas. If you have been on a board long enough to be an advanced surfer, you will have a great time riding the barrelling waves at El Hierro or Los Lobos. Prepare your wetsuit and your surfing board and come to Fuerteventura!
Fuerteventura was declared as a Biosphere Reserve!
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A traditional cuisine with fresh, varied and simple dishes that will raise your taste buds with every bite you take. Try “la vieja”, a delicate but tasty fish that stands out for its unique flavour and luscious seafood straight from the sea to the table. Enjoy some gofio, chorizo, Sancocho and of course, the famous Majorero goat cheese.2. Visit enchanting towns
Explorers and adventurers will especially enjoy touring the different locations of the island, such as the picturesque villages of Corralejo, El Cotillo or Puerto del Rosario. Also, the surrounding islands are well worth a visit. Unique spaces in which you will want to get lost to never return to the noise of big cities and the routine of your day to day.3. The natural reserve of Corralejo
Coarralejo is a must-see in Fuerteventura. From Puerto Remedio to La Salina, the dunes stretch for 6 miles along the coastline. This protected space of stunning beauty is an ideal spot for surf and kitesurf enthusiasts but it is also a paradise where to relax and unwind under the sun, contemplating the contrast of the brown sand bathed by the azure waters of the ocean.4. Take a trip to Isla de Lobos
There is a little islet and nature preserve called Isla de Lobos. There used to be the lighthouse keeper’s family on the island but now remains uninhabited. The shallow waters of the beaches are ideal for children. The main beach is Playa de la Concha, a stunning pristine beach to spend the day basking in the sun, reading, swimming or just admiring the horizon. Bring your picnic and enjoy a cuppa at the cafe. Remember there are no other services around, so pack whatever you need for the day and enjoy.5. Hike up Tindaya mountain
The sacred Tindaya mountain is a magic, natural place close to La Oliva. The aborigenal inhabitants believed the mountain had magical properties and many archaeological engravings are of great value can be seen at the base. On the south-west crest of the mountain there is a path that allows you to go higher to admire the magnificent colours and the landscape. Let the mystery embrace you.6. Visit Betancuria
Betancuria was the former capital of the island and it is a must-see town while in Fuerteventura. During the local festivals, the music fills in the air and the festive spirit invades the locals all day long. Browse the quaint shops, wander the streets and have a nice meal at the local eateries. In town you can visit St. Mary’s of Betancúria Church, San Buenaventura Monastery or the Museum of Sacred Art. From Mirador Morro Velosa and Mirador Corrales de Guize you can get sweeping views that will leave you breathless. Come and see it for yourself!7. Do you like mystery?
Cofete beach has always been an enigma for mystery lovers. This heavenly beach lies in a remote spot where there is an abandoned mansion, a few railway tracks going nowhere and a little airstrip that never has seen a plane. The stories about Cofete have intrigued many minds over the years, especially when the German engineer Gustav Winter bought this part of Jandía. The reason why he did still remains unknown. Take a guess!