MAKE YOUR OWN WAY

The environments of Fuerteventura, unique in Spain,
They are the perfect setting for unrepeatable moments.

DISCOVER NEW WORLDS

Design your new life. Fuerteventura is unique and so it is the history that you create in it.

ENJOY SOMETHING UNIQUE IN EVERY INSTANT

Fuerteventura offers 150 km of paradisiacal coastline.
Escape to discover its natural treasures, its beaches with crystal clear waters, the immense dunes or its long cliffs.

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LIVE FUERTEVENTURA

WEATHER

With 3,000 hours of sunshine per year and an average temperature of 22ºC, Fuerteventura offers an ideal climate to enjoy the characteristic environment at any time of the year.

BEACHES

More than 150 km of coastline offer beaches for everybody: Perfect for water sports, immense beaches of golden sand and crital waters such as the Dunes of Corralejo, black sand beaches accompanied by large cliffs, nudist beaches or just beaches for a pleasant walk.

NATURAL AREAS

In 2009 UNESCO described the entire island of Fuerteventura as a Biosphere Reserve, due to the important value of the ecosystems that inhabit it, both terrestrial and marine.

SPORTS

This island is considered paradise for lovers of water sports: surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing are practicable sports at any time of the year since the conditions of the waves and winds are ideal for this type of activities.

RESTAURANTS

Fuerteventura offers a wide variety of restaurants with traditional food, an authentic opportunity to know the gastronomy of the island and enjoy the closeness of its people.

SHOPPING

All tourist areas have supermarkets at very affordable prices. In addition, most of these areas also have street markets.

TRANSPORT

Move around the island comfortably by taxi, bus or renting a vehicle for peace of mind.

EXCURSIONS

From bike rides, through buggy routes through immense dunes to aquatic dives in search of fantastic marine worlds.

FLIGHTS

Organize your flight Know the connections between the island of Fuerteventura with its neighboring islands and with the rest of Europe.