With its bright-blue sea and long white sandy beaches, Fuerteventura is a paradise worth visiting. Although famous for water sports, the island has so many other sights to see!
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What Fuerteventura has to offer?
Around the seaside resort of Corralejo, at the end of the dunes, long sandy beaches stretch as far as the eye can see, lapped up by sublime turquoise water: a great moment to go windsurfing, water skiing, or diving. Around twenty kilometres away, the natural reef protects the magnificent Playa de la Concha et El Cotillo.
And also, Southern Beach!
With miles of uncrowded beaches in the south, there’s lots of opportunity to relax and swim. You will be left in awe by the crystal-clear water in the Costa Calma Playa, or the exuberant natural beauty of the Cofete Beach.
As you head inland, the sand gives way to ochre hills, white villages and enormous houses resembling haciendas bordered by cactus. We’re in the middle of the Wild West! The link with the New World goes back a long way since Fuerteventura, Spanish since the 15th century, long served as a transatlantic base for the Conquistadors.
The Island of Los Lobos
Why not check out some of the neighbouring islands whilst you’re there? The closest, the Isla de Los Lobos, 97km from the Sahara, is covered in lava. And don’t forget the La Concha beach: a natural refuge from the stresses and strains of everyday life!
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