Fuerteventura is the holiday for anyone who has ever wanted to see the best coastline in Europe. In Fuerteventura, you’ll find quiet blankets of white sand as well as bustling beaches filled with tourists enjoying the blissful weather and holiday atmosphere.
While most people visit the Canary Islands with the coastline in mind, there’s more to a Fuerteventura getaway than just sunbathing. There’s watersports and the Acua Waterpark for visitors in search of thrills, the breath-taking Parque Natural de Betancuria for anyone keen to experience the island’s untouched beauty, and a fresh-tasting and flavoursome cuisine that has to be tasted to be believed. You’ll also have a fun nightlife close at hand, with Corralejo offering discos, karaoke, and cocktails on the beach.
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As Fuerteventura’s largest resort, Corralejo appeals to sun-seekers, surfers, and visitors looking for diversity in their holiday in the Canary Islands. From the quaint old town with its religious structures and wonderful museum, to the lively nightlife with its fantastic nightclubs and bars, and to the incredible Corralejo Natural Park, you’ll find beauty and fun in abundance throughout. The food is as varied as the things to do, and features local dishes, traditional tapas, and tastes from across Europe and the world.
With its name translating to mean Quiet Coast, Costa Calma follows up on the promise of its name with stretches of palm trees and pines edging mellow beaches softly caressed by the gentle tide. Costa Calma is an idyllic town that’s feels purpose-built for relaxation, and it’s a sun-baked delight that’s particularly suited to families due to its low-key nightlife, welcoming restaurants and cafes, and popular Sunday market.
Jandia began as a small fishing village, but tourism has turned it into a popular visiting place for holiday makers from across the continent, moved by the amazing scenery and blend of old world traditions and contemporary charm. Jandia Natural Park is close by, where a wealth of birds, lizards, and insects burst from the flora, and the park’s untouched state keeps much of the resort’s original character.
Caleta de Fuste sits in picturesque Costa Caleta, and is a warm haven for families and couples, offering serene calm and adventurous watersports across the coast. It’s a purpose-built resort that’s brimming with chilled bars, shops, and restaurants, which wake up as night falls and see revellers and families alike celebrating and enjoying the livelier atmosphere.
Matagorda Beach is one of three Blue Flag beaches around Puerto del Carmen, where you can join fellow bathers relishing the sun and soothing their worries away. This little seaside town has restaurants and bars, but if you want malls, clubs, or crowds you’ll have to take a trip outside of the resort. Come to Matagorda for the serenity and the welcoming ambience.
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