Fuerteventura

All inclusive holidays to Fuerteventura – your top 5

Amazing watersports, sand dunes and the best beaches in the Canaries

On an All inclusive holiday to Fuerteventura all your main costs are included. Plus you get the island's year–round sunshine and sweeping beaches for freeĀ…

Why you should visit Fuerteventura

On our All inclusive holidays to Fuerteventura, your flights, accommodation and meals are already covered. It means the only thing you need to worry about is what to do, and in this corner of the canaries, sand usually comes top of the list...

  1. Kick back on world–class beaches

    Fuerteventura's gorgeous beaches spool the coast for miles, and loads of them are deserted. The horseshoe–shaped bay at Costa Caleta is a bit of a cliché – it's all golden sands and turquoise waters. The calm water means really safe swimming, too. The island is closer to Africa than Spain – so you get full–blown sunshine from January right through 'til December.

  2. Check out the sand dunes

    At the Dunas de Corralejo National Park, you'll find a Star Wars–style landscape of rippled dunes. They go on for a whopping 11 kilometres, and take in Grandes Playas, a 7–kilometre white–sand beach. From here you'll get some cracking views of Lanzarote and Los Lobos. Keep your eyes peeled for lilies, euphorbia and Spain's Atlantic lizard, too.

  3. Try your hand at watersports

    Fuerteventura takes its watersports seriously, and you'll find the full menu on offer here. Corralejo on the north coast is a top surf spot, while Jandia, on the southern tip, lays on some serious windsurfing – it even hosts the World Windsurfing Championship. There are dive schools all over the island, where you can sign up to explore volcanic reefs, and maybe even spot the odd angel shark.

  4. Bag a bargain in the shopping centres

    Fuerteventura is a duty–free island, so leave space in your suitcase – there are luxury perfumes, electricals and loads of clothes to buy at knocked–down prices. Try the Las Rotondas shopping mall in Puerto del Rosario or the Atlantico in Costa Caleta. Or, for local bargains, visit the artisan market at Corralejo's El Campanario shopping centre, which will see you right for handmade gifts.

  5. Have an adventure at a waterpark

    The Baku Waterpark in Corralejo dishes up a splashy wave pool, the whole raft of slides, and an 18–hole mini–golf course – in a nutshell, there's plenty to keep you busy. Meanwhile, couples can relax in the Jacuzzis and solarium. Between 9am and 2pm, there's an arts–and–crafts street market laid on, too.

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