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Luxury Fuerteventura Holidays

As a luxury holiday destination, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Europe is difficult to beat. It enjoys 3,000 hours of sunshine a year and boasts beautiful long, sandy beaches beside a sparkling blue sea.



When to visit

This idyllic island enjoys a mild climate year round; warm enough for sunbathing without being too hot for walking or climbing. The warmest months are July and August, with temperatures commonly reaching 27ºC, and this is the best time of year for windsurfing, which is a major part of the island’s appeal to visitors. The weather is generally dry, with most rain falling in December and January.



To sum up

Given how much it has to offer, visitors tend to be surprised by how peaceful and unspoiled the area remains. It’s a wonderful choice for five-star holidays, which really do offer the chance to get away from it all.

A regular bus service makes it easy to get around within and between the major cities, and to reach the most popular beaches. Travellers will need to have the correct amount of change for journeys and pay careful attention to timetables, as some services stop earlier than others. Hiring a car is an easy alternative, with leading outlets happy to bring vehicles to the airport to meet new arrivals. Canarians drive on the right-hand side of the road. The road network is generally in good condition and having a car is the best option for those interested in exploring the rugged volcanic interior of the island.

Fuerteventura has lodging to suit all tastes and budgets, but those seeking 5 star luxury hotels are particularly well catered to, especially in Puerto del Rosario and Corralejo. There are also resort hotels, many of a very high standard, scattered around the coast and offering beautiful views across the beaches.

There is a lot to discover on Fuerteventura, but these are sites no visitor can afford to miss:


• Betancuria Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography - where the island’s fascinating history is explained and illustrated.


• Puerto del Rosario Sculpture Park - an open-air space featuring works by many different artists. It is an ideal place for a relaxing stroll or a picnic.


• Tindaya Mountain engravings - fascinating ancient images well worth seeing for those tough enough to hike up from the road to get to them.


• Playa del Matorral - the number one destination for people who want to go diving off the coast and explore spectacular underwater environments.


• Corralejo dunes - featuring some of the most impressive sand dunes in Europe, it's an amazing place to explore and a sight that is difficult to forget.


• El Cotillo - where world-class windsurfers battle spectacular waves, and whales and dolphins can be spotted from the shore.




Fuerteventura is not known for its luxury boutiques, though an increasing number of international labels have outlets there. It’s a wonderful place for finding unusual and exotic items, with the markets of Corralejo particularly fruitful. The main street in Morro Jable is also an interesting place to browse.



Festivals and events

February and March are the best months for visitors who want to party and see Canarian culture at its most spectacular, as events are held right across the island to celebrate Carnival.


In late August or early September, depending on when they’re ready, baby turtles that have hatched on the beaches around Cofete get help from the locals to return to the sea. Visitors are welcome to join in and will be shown how to handle the delicate reptiles with appropriate care. Another event worth seeing is the kite festival, held during the second week in November, on the beaches around Corralejo.

As with many island destinations, Fuerteventura has an abundance of great seafood restaurants, with freshly caught fish available almost everywhere along the coast. In the interior, char grilled or roasted goat is the speciality and is well worth trying. The island’s other signature dish is potatoes arragudas - baby potatoes cooked in seawater until their skin wrinkles. Although the local food tends to be simple, Fuerteventura also has an increasing number of international restaurants serving more sophisticated cuisine, with Corralejo and Puerto del Rosario being the easiest places to find them.


Fuerteventura Essential Facts

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Flights Time:4 Hours
Electricity:220V AC Two Pin
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