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The stunning Canary Island of Fuerteventura lies just 100kms off the coast of Africa and it offers something for everyone, boasting over three thousand hours of sunshine per year, it’s a perfect all year round holiday destination. Popular with families and couples as well as sports enthusiasts looking to go windsurfing or water-skiing, a holiday in Fuerteventura is truly unforgettable.
The island is the second biggest of the Canary Islands and is famous for its sand dunes and long sandy beaches (all 150 of them), many holiday experiences can be enjoyed here including, Jeep Safaris, deep sea fishing, kayaking and snorkelling, as well as playing a round of golf or visiting the islands zoo, If you are looking for a more chilled out experience, simply relax by the pool of one of the many hotels, apartments or private villas. Fuerteventura is a well established holiday favourite with British holidaymakers looking for holidays in the summer or winter.
Fuerteventura Holidays – Choice of resorts
The island is ideal for anyone looking for a break in the sun with a good choice of resorts to choose from, whether you want lively nightlife, or a laid-back, chilled-out atmosphere. Fuerteventura enjoys lovely hot summers and a mild winter where the temperatures rarely drop below 18ºc even at the coldest times of the year. The top three resorts for holidays in Fuerteventura are Correlejo on the north coast, Costa Caleta (also know as Caleta de Fuste) on the east coast or Jandia on the south coast, each resort boasts a long sandy beach with warm waters perfect for swimming, if its nightlife your after head to Correlejo or Costa Caleta where you will find many music bars to dance the night away, the resort of Jandia with its fabulous white sand beaches offers a much more laid back atmosphere and is great for a spot of shopping.
Popular excursions to enjoy include a boat trip to Lobos Island from the resort of Corralejo or Dolphin watching trips from Costa Caleta. The black volcanic sand at the small village of Ajuy, only twenty minutes drive from Pajara, makes this a beach with a difference. This little resort has a choice of restaurants and bars hugging the beach and visitors are drawn to Ajuy to explore the caves and abandoned huts built into the rock face. In the right weather conditions, it is a good place to see the wreck of the huge Ocean-going liner, the American Star.
So whether you are looking to go windsurfing, swim with dolphins or just lie on a beach and soak up the sun, we have a wide choice of holidays in Fuerteventura. Many flights depart all year round from local airports, so sit back, relax and have a search of our site today or feel free to call us and speak to one of our friendly team today.