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A beautiful resort that is sure to enthrall, entice and excite, Corralejo is sure to set your next getaway alight.Set on the northern tip of Fuerteventura, Corralejo is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Canary Islands. Anchored between endless shores of gleaming ocean waters and dozens of one-off shops and boutiques, this historic fishing village is the perfect place for a beach getaway. Attracting solo travellers, couples and families alike, Corralejo holidays offer a combination of adventure and charm that will give you the feeling of a true escape to somewhere completely unique.Whether you fancy water sports, window shopping or simply want to break out the sunnies and catch some rays, you'll be captivated by the upbeat culture and natural beauty that you'll find here.Known for its friendly and relaxed atmosphere, holidays to Corralejo are ideal for travellers of all types who are seeking an escape where they can unwind yet still experience some adventure along the way. Benefitting from year-round sunshine, you will bask in the glory of abundant rays at any time. If you want to avoid large crowds or prefer temperatures below 30C, Corralejo is perfect for some winter sun.Although most of your time will be spent at the beach, the island offers much in the way of beautiful architecture and sights to revel in during an evening stroll should you dare to briefly wander away from the seaside. Most accommodation in Corralejo is centred around or located near the island's main attraction, the beaches. Inclusive of a mixture of gorgeous resort hotels, cosy B&Bs and self-catered flats, you are bound to find a place to stay which will be both relaxing and unforgettable.

Most popular hotels in Corralejo

Maxorata Beach
Maxorata Beach
Maxorata Beach

Corralejo, Fuerteventura

from £184 pp
Oasis Duna Apartments
Oasis Duna Apartments
Oasis Duna Apartments

Corralejo, Fuerteventura

from £236 pp
Atlantic Garden Beach Mate
Atlantic Garden Beach Mate
Atlantic Garden Beach Mate

Corralejo, Fuerteventura

from £199 pp
Arena Hotel
Arena Hotel
Arena Hotel

Corralejo, Fuerteventura

from £422 pp
Labranda Bahia De Lobos
Labranda Bahia De Lobos
Labranda Bahia De Lobos

Corralejo, Fuerteventura

from £419 pp
Suite Hotel Atlantis Fuerteventura Resort
Suite Hotel Atlantis Fuerteventura Resort
Suite Hotel Atlantis Fuerteventura Resort

Corralejo, Fuerteventura

from £541 pp
Bahiazul Villas & Club
Bahiazul Villas & Club
Bahiazul Villas & Club

Corralejo, Fuerteventura

from £648 pp
Caleta Playa
Caleta Playa
Caleta Playa

Corralejo, Fuerteventura

from £344 pp

Essential Guide: What to do…

If you’re seeking a great beach getaway or perfect winter sun destination, look no further. While lazing on beautiful beaches and sipping on cocktails might be the prime activities that spring to mind when thinking about Fuerteventura, there’s…
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At a glance

  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Spanish
  • Time Zone: GMT +0
  • Average flight time: 4h 20m

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Top Attractions

Top Attractions

For most beachside resorts the biggest attractions of going there are the beautiful beaches that adorn it and Corralejo is no different in that respect. White sandy beaches are littered all over the seaside resort and surfing in particular is a huge draw for many people visiting the area.

Aside from the beautiful beaches, another popular attraction in Corralejo is the old town area. Full of quaint narrow streets which are absolutely oozing with Hispanic character, this area is crammed full of delightful restaurants serving the best fresh seafood in many variations of Spanish classics like paella and tapas. After finishing your scrumptious meal you can bask in the personality of the streets as you watch fishermen cast their lines out into the beautiful ocean. As you walk down from the restaurants you’ll see any shopping centres and the busy cultural hub of Music Square where you can get your feet tapping to some salsa music.

Another big draw for the area is Los Lobos, a deserted island just 15 minutes away from the beach which is home to a small cauldron-shaped volcano – sure to be unlike anything you’re used to seeing in your day-to-day life. In addition to this, the area is famed for snorkelling and many people visit for this alone, so why not kill two birds with one stone and do both on your visit to Corralejo.

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Wine and Dine

Wine and Dine

When the mood to break for a bite finally strikes, food lovers will easily delight in the locally inspired cuisine featured on most of the island's menus.

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For Families

For Families

There’s many things to do around Corralejo that put the active in activity, so if you’re a particularly adventurous or energetic family, then you will find a number of different things to pass the time. The beautiful volcanic region of Fuerteventura is an idyllic one to say the least and embarking on a hike around it is the perfect way to experience that.

The beautiful region of Montana de Tindaya is home to a picturesque 400 foot mountain which is a sacred place for the island’s indigenous inhabitants, because of this, climbing the mountain is no longer allowed but the expansive walk around it proves just as invigorating. Be sure to keep a keen eye out for the footprint-shaped engravings left by the indigenous Majonero people hundreds of years ago.

When the whole clan is tuckered out, you can kick back, relax and embark on a minibus tour called Flavours of Fuerteventura. On this tour you will tick off all of the most impressive and popular sights the area has to offer; from the African-inspired lighthouse looking over Las Playitas Beach, Aztec-infused friezes around a local church and a scenic drive through the mountains of Betancuria. Throughout the tour you’ll stop for some local eats and whether it’s the bread, cheese and tomatoes offered at a rural hotel or a cheese-tasting session made locally at a goat farm, you’ll be sure to have great memories.

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Action and Adventure

Action and Adventure

A water sports enthusiast's dream come true, Corralejo holidays are not complete until you have a go at windsurfing or kiteboarding, both of which the locals traditionally enjoy during sunrise or sunset. For families, a day trip to nearby Baku Water Park offers a great change of pace which is sure to keep the little ones occupied for hours.

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Life's a Beach

Life's a Beach

For most beachside resorts the biggest attractions are the beautiful beaches and Corralejo is no different in that respect. White sandy beaches are littered all over the seaside resort and surfing in particular is a huge draw for many people visiting the area. Aside from the beautiful beaches another popular attraction in Corralejo is the old town area. Full of quaint narrow streets which are absolutely oozing with Hispanic character, this area is crammed full of delightful restaurants serving the best fresh seafood in many variations of Spanish classics like paella and tapas. After finishing your scrumptious meal, you can bask in the personality of the streets as you watch fishermen cast their lines out into the beautiful ocean. As you walk down from the restaurants you’ll see shopping centres and the busy cultural hub of Music Square where you can get your feet tapping to some salsa music. Another big draw for the area is Los Lobos, a deserted island just 15 minutes away from the beach which is home to a small cauldron-shaped volcano – sure to be unlike anything you’re used to seeing in your day-to-day life. In addition to this, the area is famed for snorkelling and many people visit for this alone, so why not kill two birds with one stone and do both on your visit to Corralejo.

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Nightlife

Nightlife

Travellers interested in laid back nightlife will find what they are looking for in Corralejo. Featuring lots of bars and clubs with nightly live music sets, you can sit back and unwind easily after dark.

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For Couples

For Couples

Aside from the beautiful beachside walks and candlelight dinners which offer romance aplenty, there are a number of things for couples to do when visiting Corralejo. For those looking to enjoy a night of entertainment, Music Hall offers many types of entertainment throughout the year, from drag shows to variety shows, so depending on your taste you’re sure to find something to satisfy both parties. The venue also offers an accompanying three-course meal to ensure you’re not wanting for anything. For those more interested in live music, Imagine Bar is the place to be in Corralejo. With a talented cover band who have a repertoire as long as a giant’s arm, you’re sure to be entertained when attending a night in this atmospheric venue.

If you’re a couple seeking more memories in the outdoors then a visit to Parque Natural de las Dunas de Corralejo is a must. This beautifully untouched park is home to a copious amount of dunes and desert wildlife. Here you can take a relaxing stroll hand in hand as you bask in the beautiful sights and make some beautiful memories.

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Culture

Culture

The Canary Islands are rich in folklore and festivals. The fiestas del Carmen in July is celebrated with decorated boats in the harbour and a procession carrying a statue of the virgin Mary by the local fisherman. Fish are roasted and music and festivities carry on through the night.

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