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Fuerteventura: The promised land

Fuerteventura: The promised land

Fuerteventura, also known as "the beach island", is a fascinating place full of serene beauty, a volcanic past, and deep-rooted traditions with an always ongoing charming seafaring air. With more than three thousand hours of sun a year, incredible moving dunes, 93 miles of beautiful beaches of fine sand, intense blue waters… The climate in the island fascinates all travellers and leaves no one indifferent.

Filled with picturesque landscapes and marked by pronounced contrasts, Fuerteventura combines areas of tourist activity with lifelong traditional fishing villages and unspoilt corners in which time stops and silence seems to invade everything. A silence that takes us away from the day to day life and reminds us that Fuerteventura is a land of legend and reality, an oasis lost in the middle of the Atlantic. A paradise for lovers of water sports and adventure, the island is known as the "European Hawaii" for its amazing waves, some of the most famous in Europe. Also an ideal destination for family holidays, Fuerteventura has been declared a Starlight Reserve and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, categories reserved for the most important environmental areas on the planet. A must.

The weather in Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is an ideal destination to enjoy the sun and the sea all year round thanks to its warm temperatures and its 3,000 hours of sunlight. Its proximitly to the Sahara desert and the absence of high mountains make possible a mild climate that remains unchanging throughout the year and in which rainfall is rare. The water temperature, which oscillates between 19ºC and 24ºC, will allow you to enjoy a refreshing bath also during the winter months.

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  • In summer and with higher temperatures, it is recommended to drink more liquids and shelter from the sun in the hours of greatest intensity

  • The beautiful inland of Fuerteventura is ideal to take slow and easy hikes. If you venture to the mountains, avoid going in sandals

  • During the spring, Fuerteventura is especially beautiful and green. Cycle around!

  • Don’t forget the swimsuit! In Fuerteventura, you can take a dip during winter months!

Route around the best beaches on the Island

Welcome to Fuerteventura, also known as the "beach island". A coastline of 93 kilometers go a long way. In Fuerteventura you have plenty to choose from. Unspoilt and recondite beaches of intact nature where peacefulness dominates; extensive coastlines where you can find hectic animation and provided with the best services and facilities; beautiful beaches located at the foot of picturesque fishing villages full of charm; tiny coves surrounded by cliffs and volcanic landscapes; coasts frequented by sportsmen willing to enjoy one of the best European enclaves for surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing ... The beaches of Fuerteventura are famous all over the world for their beauty and quality. Present in every self-respecting tourist catalog, they are chosen each year by travelers who are eager for good weather and who love sea and wind sports. Among a vast landscape range of impressive coastlines include Las Grandes Playas (La Oliva), Costa Calma, Butihondo and Matorral (Pájara), Playa Blanca and Puerto Lajas (Puerto del Rosario); all of them awarded for their beauty and quality of infrastructure with the Blue Flag. Without leaving the coast, stroll leisurely along the fishermen's docks, reflecting centuries of history, and taste the best fish dishes and cheeses Majoreros in its charming fishing villages. An absolute delight.

Fuerteventura, land of legends and history

Fuerteventura is a land of legend and history. To understand its origins we have to go back thirty million years, when the continuous underwater volcanic eruptions created the foundations of this beautiful island. Seven million years later, the earth would begin to emerge. The weather, the erosion and the trade winds would finish giving shape to this precious whim of Nature. It is not yet known with certainty who were the first inhabitants of the Island, nor how they managed to reach it. Some say the first inhabitants of Fuerteventura were of Berber roots and that they called it Mahon Island (my country). And it is precisely this the origin of the name "majorero", name with which its inhabitants are known today. This is just one of the thousand stories that will accompany you during the trip. You can get to know them all. Friendly and good conversationalists, the majoreros will tell you how in the Islote de Lobos, now a Natural Park, the fifteenth century navigators were amazed by the number of monk seals that inhabited it. In Fuerteventura, you will learn to decode the traces of the past. Discover the inscriptions and engravings of the ancient settlers; the stately homes, charming churches, lighthouses and mills of the colonial heritage; its modern open-air sculptural parks; its art and culture museums; its festivals and theatrical performances; his pilgrimages, festivals ... Fuerteventura, much to see and live.

Fuerteventura, a neverending adventure

Fuerteventura radiates wellbeing, health, adventure and fun in every corner. It’s a wonderful place that invites you to practice sports and enjoy outdoor activities throughout the year. Thanks to its generous climate of mild summers and warm winters, more and more athletes choose the island as the perfect destination to practice their hobby or train in their modality. Famous place all over the world for its perfect and unbeatable conditions for water sports such as surfing, windsurfing, kiteboarding, sailing, diving and fishing, but also the ideal place to practice all sorts of land outdoor activities in the best environments. Enthusiastics of hiking, biking, quad biking, motorcycle cross … in here you can find perfect geographic and meteorological conditions to practice your favorite activity. Quad biking or jeep safari trips, climbing volcanoes and crossing desert landscapes, make the holidays an unforgettable adventure.

Plan your trip

You can start preparing your trip to Fuerteventura today. We provide you with all the necessary information so that your stay in the island also known as “beach of the Canary Islands” is perfect.

WHEN TO GO?

Are you more of a sea or inland traveller? Choose the date of your trip according to what your activity preferences are, and your plans during your stay on the island. Although Fuerteventura’s climate is mild throughout the year and it’s always a good time to practice outdoor activities, if your thing is hiking and you consider yourself a nature lover you may prefer to travel in the winter months. From May to October, you will have a perfect temperature to enjoy its beautiful beaches.

And don’t forget to visit its famous Carnival! This festivity is celebrated in La Oliva and Corralejo with performances carried out by Canarian artists. In Puerto del Rosario, the party lasts for more than ten days in which the murga, the Achipencos and the dance are out in the streets of the capital. Travel during the months of February and March and discover the frenzy of these holidays. If you are looking for Fuerteventura at the best price, travel in the low season. Prices tend to rise on certain dates such as Christmas, Carnival, Easter, bank holidays and in the summer months.

DOCUMENTATION

In addition to the Passport or National ID, essential for traveling, do not forget your driving license if you plan to rent a car and the European Health Insurance Card. In addition, young people and students can enjoy discounts on public transport, museum tickets and visits of interest.

The ISIC International Student Card, the Euro 25 and the GO 25 will allow you to access multiple discounts.

TIME ZONE

Remember that the time zone of the Canary Islands is the same as the UK, so it’s is on hour behind compared to mainland Spain. Like the rest of the country, the clocks are set one hour forward on the last Sunday of March and back again on the last Sunday of October.

How to get there?

BY PLANE
From mainland Spain and the main UK airports, as well as the main European cities. Most visitors usually use this means of transportation. The International Airport of Fuerteventura, located 3 miles away from the capital Puerto del Rosario, connects the island with several cities in Spain, as well as more than 30 cities throughout Europe. Recently remodeled and expanded, this airport offers the traveler a 1,200-space parking lot, a commercial offer that includes pharmacy, restaurants, newspapers, gifts, boutiques and drinks and tobacco, as well as outdoor smoking areas.

BY BOAT
Ferry from mainland Spain (Cádiz and Portugal), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Lanzarote (Playa Blanca) and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The unconditional maritime navigation, those who do not want to travel by plane or want to move around Fuerteventura by car can opt for the boat. The shipping companies operate in the ports of Morro Jable, Corralejo and Puerto del Rosario. In addition, some cruise ships visit the island in its ports. Celebrity Cruises, Cunard Line and P&O Cruises. These are the three shipping companies departing from the UK and make these trips.

TOURIST PACKAGES

Many travelers book tour packages that include flights, transportation to and from the airport and accommodation.

Where to stay?

Fuerteventura has a wide range of hotels that suit all tastes and budgets. You have large resorts, modern buildings, houses renovated and tastefully decorated, boutique hotels built in the Canarian style, with beautiful wooden balconies and a relaxing interior patio, overlooking the beach, beautiful gardens, the Dunes of Corralejo or the Islote de Lobos ...

The incredible natural beauty of the island has favored the emergence of charming rural hotels, ideal for relaxed stays and for hiking, nature and traditions lovers. You also have a wide network of top-notch hotels along the entire coast of Majorero, where you can find impressive resorts and exclusive hotels.

Check if your stay at the hotel includes breakfast. This will surely be a buffet with a wide variety of cheeses, cold meats, cereals, yogurt, fruits, juices, breads and sweets. In most hotels, hot breakfasts with eggs, sausages and bacon are included. In addition, they usually have local products and dishes. Bon Appetit!

If I book Flight + Hotel, when will I receive my travel documents?

Once the booking is confirmed you will receive a confirmation e-mail. The voucher for the hotel will be also sent by email plus the vouchers for any other services (car hire, transfer, travel insurance) if booked.

Please note that no flight tickets are sent due to most airlines using e-tickets. You only need to print our confirmation email where the Airline`s booking reference appears and take it with you to the airport with your ID/Passport documents.

Important: Some Low Cost Airlines (Ryanair, Easyjet, Wizzair, Blueair and others) now request all passengers to check-in online and print the Boarding Cards before departure through their corresponding websites. Failure to do so, these airlines will charge you a supplement at the airport.

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