Cheap Holidays to Fuerteventura

Revel in the endless golden sandy beaches, far away from the hustle and bustle of big city life. The beaches in Fuerteventura are fantastic and very popular among surfers, windsurfers and divers as well as the many tourist who simply enjoy chilling out for the day. It's not all about the beaches, there are many golf courses, a waterpark, marine excursions and a zoo which really does make Fuerteventura an ideal family resort. Relax and enjoy this small island surrounded by the Atlantic.

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How Hot?

Consistent throughout the year, Fuerteventura's weather is sunny and windy. Enjoying more than 3000 hours of sunshine per year make this the perfect year-round holiday destination. Average monthly temperatures range from 63ºF (17.5ºC) in January rising to 75ºF (24.3ºC) in August.

The name Fuerteventura means 'strong winds', where the combination of its natural climate and warm sea temperatures make it an ideal destination for surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing.

Out and About

An island with over 150 beaches ranging from white sands to black sands and surrounded by waters which are perfect for all popular activities. The sheltered shallow lagoons and gently shelving bays are ideal for swimming and the year round warm waters are perfect for snorkelling and scuba diving. The island is famous for its world-class surfing beaches and the conditions for deep-sea and sport fishing are excellent.

Whilst the main tourist resorts are well established, the island is semi-desert and you can enjoy far reaching views across the volcanos and lunar landscapes. Take an off-road safari to explore the wild eastern coast, the caves of Ajuy and the remoteness of Cofete and the legendary Villa Winter.

There are a number of traditional villages in the heart of island, the most visited being the former capital of Betancuria. In Betancuria, you can visit the Santa Maria Church, the History Museum, the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Sacred Art; stroll around the plaza and gardens and watch artisans at work in the craft shops. In Villa Verde, walk through the lava tunnel to the caves of Cuevo de Lanos. In Tefia, visit the Alcogida EcoMuseum which comprises 7 houses depicting traditional rural life and various local handicrafts. In La Oliva browse the exhibits at the Canarian Art Centre.

On your travels you will notice a number of windmills and you can learn about their workings and history at the Antigua Mill Craft Centre in Antigua or at the Los Molinos Interpretation Centre in Tuineje. Also worth a visit is the Alcogida EcoMuseum, just outside of Tefia. The Poblada de la Atalayita (just ouside of Pozo Negro) features lava rock dwellings, history dating back to aboriginal settlements and an important archaeological site.

The two main visitor and leisure attractions on Fuerteventura are the Baku Water Park in Corralejo and Oasis Park in La Lajita. The Oasis Park run a free shuttle service from all the main resorts and you can't miss the colourful sign-written buses. The Park boasts a beautiful animal park and large botanical garden with daily shows featuring sea lions, reptiles, birds of prey and parrots. There are also three 18 hole golf courses and one 9 hole course.

The most famous of Fuerteventura's natural attractions are the vast sand dunes of the Corralejo National Park. Backed by the Montana Rojo, the sands span an 11km stretch of the coast and the dunes reach heights of up to 50 metres. Off-shore the small, uninhabited island of Lobos is ideal for bird watching or just enjoying a quiet lunch, lazing on the beach.

Fuerteventura hosts an annual International Jazz Festival in July as well as some major annual sporting events, not least the Fuerteventura Wave Classis (March), the Fuerteventura Spring Triathlon, Windsurfing & Kiteboarding World Cup with the PWA Grand Slam (July) and the PKRA Kiteboarding Grand Slam (August); the Lobos Island Swim (October) and the International Kite Festival (November).

Out for Lunch!

The cuisine in Fuerteventura is quite simple but very tasty. Most dishes are served with locally produced sauces and salads. The most common dish on the island is fish, served with a variety of sauces. Fuerteventura is known for its centuries old dishes including Gofio Amasado, made from a dough mixture with potato, honey and wine and Papas Arrugadas, small unpeeled potatoes steamed and served in a hot 'mojo' sauce. Fish is a very popular dish in Fuerteventura with a wide choice given including Parrot fish, Tuna Fish, Shark, Sea Bass and Swordfish.

Staying in Fuerteventura you can dine in a variety of restaurants serving anything from snacks to luxury 3 course meals. The hotels on the island offer anything from self catering accommodation through to All Inclusive facilities where you can try many local dishes. A typical local dish served as a tapas style snack with a beer is Pejines-small sun dried fish baked or grilled in alcohol. Tapas is a popular Spanish dish, but in Fuerteventura it is more commonly found in the residential towns rather than the tourist resorts. If you are wanting to try this local dish, it's the perfect reason to go exploring.

Quick Facts

Flight Time - From Manchester 4 hrs 25 mins, London 4 hours, Glasgow 5 hours 15 mins

Currency - Euro

Nightlife - Restaurants, Bars, Nightclubs and Cafes - mixed with a varied choice.

Best Time to Visit: All year round. As part of the Canary Islands, Fuerteventura offers an all year round destination.

Top Hotels In Fuerteventura

Here's a list of our top accommodations in Fuerteventura, ranked by our customer ratings and reviews.

Barcelo Corralejo Sands Photo of Barcelo Corralejo Sands
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The Barcelo Corralejo Sands offers a wide range of on site facilities for guests of all ages set in a convenient location close to local amenities and the beach. ...

5 / 5 from 4 reviews

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Caleta De Fuste
Castillo Playa Bungalows are popular with repeat visitors and enjoy a convenient position for the beach, shops and entertainment....

4.6 / 5 from 95 reviews

Las Marismas de Corralejo Aparthotel Photo of Las Marismas de Corralejo Aparthotel
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The Las Marismas Aparthotel is a friendly and affordable complex next to the Acua Water Park in Corralejo with a great pool area and plenty of on-site leisure facilities....

4.6 / 5 from 54 reviews

Arena Beach Hotel Photo of Arena Beach Hotel
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Arena Beach is set within an enclosed complex across the road from the Corralejo Natural Park on the outskirts of the resort...

4.4 / 5 from 7 reviews

H10 Ocean Dreams Photo of H10 Ocean Dreams
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The H10 Ocean Dreams is an adult only hotel situated in Corralejo approx 300m from the beach. ...

4.8 / 5 from 5 reviews

Playitas Aparthotel Photo of Playitas Aparthotel
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Playitas Aparthotel forms part of the Playitas sports and training resort and has direct access to the sandy beach. Ideal for a healthy holiday with an endless programme of sporting and fitness activi...

4.6 / 5 from 9 reviews

Villas Playitas Photo of Villas Playitas
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The Villas Playitas offer luxury accommodation with private pools and access to the vast range of sports and fitness activities on the Playitas complex....

4.5 / 5 from 4 reviews

Occidental Jandia Royal Level Photo of Occidental Jandia Royal Level
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The Occidental Jandia Royal Level offers luxurious accommodation and excellent facilities in an adults-only environment just a short walk away from the beachfront....

4.7 / 5 from 11 reviews

Caleta De Fuste
Sheraton Fuerteventura Beach Golf and Spa Hotel is a luxurious colonial-style hotel. Home to the Hesperides Thalasso Spa and nestled between the beach and the golf course....

4.6 / 5 from 45 reviews

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Costa Calma
The Club Hotel Drago Park surrounds tropical landscaped grounds and combines a laid back ambience with a variety of sports and leisure facilities. The hotel runs a shuttle service to the beach (15 min...

4.3 / 5 from 16 reviews


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