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Fuerteventura - the second largest island in the Canarian archipelago - has an arid interior not dissimilar to Morocco. Weather-wise, it has one of the most temperate climates of all the Canary Islands. Temperatures usually hover around the mid to high 20s in the summer, dropping by a few degrees in winter. Flights to Fuerteventura take around four hours. 

Why choose Fuerteventura?

Fuerteventura has a brilliant mix of activities and boasts more than 50km of shimmering golden sand gorgeous beaches, making it a great place for a varied holiday. Trekking across vast swathes of sand dunes, catching the waves at one of the island's many surf spots, trying your hand at kite and windsurfing, and teeing off on a beautifully maintained golf course are just some of the activities you can expect from this Canary Island. And of course, there are many amazing beaches to unwind upon for those days when you just fancy stretching out on the sand and soaking up the sun rays.

Book a flight with a last minute deal to our favourite Canary Island, head out with the whole gang on a family holiday to one of the family-friendly coastal resorts, try an all inclusive holiday if you want yummy grub and relaxing days, or use our clever search engine to find the cheapest holidays.

Most popular hotels in Fuerteventura

Pierre & Vacances Fuerteventura OrigoMare
Pierre & Vacances Fuerteventura OrigoMare
Pierre & Vacances Fuerteventura OrigoMare

La Oliva, Fuerteventura

from £179 pp
Castillo Beach (Apartments)
Castillo Beach (Apartments)
Castillo Beach (Apartments)

Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura

from £174 pp
Caleta Dorada
Caleta Dorada
Caleta Dorada

Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura

from £294 pp
Caleta Garden Apartments
Caleta Garden Apartments
Caleta Garden Apartments

Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura

from £267 pp
Broncemar Beach
Broncemar Beach
Broncemar Beach

Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura

from £241 pp
Apartments Fuerteventura Beach Club
Apartments Fuerteventura Beach Club
Apartments Fuerteventura Beach Club

Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura

from £179 pp
Oasis Duna Apartments
Oasis Duna Apartments
Oasis Duna Apartments

Corralejo, Fuerteventura

from £260 pp
Castillo Beach Park (Bungalows)
Castillo Beach Park (Bungalows)
Castillo Beach Park (Bungalows)

Costa Caleta, Fuerteventura

from £171 pp

Our Top Tip For Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is a volcanic island so there are many superb dive sites. Corralejo is the best resort to stay in if you plan to dive - it's close to Lobos Island, which is a nature reserve and paradise for divers!

Highlights of Fuerteventura

Hang ten or hang from a kite

Whether you fancy trying your hand at surfing or would like to experience the thrill of kitesurfing, the island is perfectly set up to offer you all-manner of aquatic pursuits. The waves at Parque Natural De Las Dunas are perfect for this and many watersport fanatics flock here for that very reason. Kitesurfing is one of the most popular sports and instructors up and down the island will be able to show you how it's done. On the south of the island, Playa de Sotavento is fantastic for windsurfing. So good is the surf down here that the World Championships are held at the beach every July.

Take your pick of fine resorts

Take in the laid-back resort of Costa Caleta or head over to Corralejo to sample the lively nightlife. Or perhaps you want things a little more secluded? Jandia in the south is small but very trendy with a great old town perfect for wandering around on foot. Corralejo is surrounded by extensive beaches as well as having an old town of its own that comprises many interweaving alleyways and streets. After exploring the port and the exquisite square nearby, stroll down Avenida del Generalissimo Franco and stop off at one of the cafes or restaurants for some lunch. This resort is also well poised for you to make the trip by ferry over to the island of Los Lobos, where you can climb the old lighthouse for brilliant panoramic sea views. Costa Caleta boasts a great beach, perfect for families and as the sea's current isn't too strong here; the kids can have a go at watersports while you bask in the sun.

Surrounding areas

Sample the other Canaries Being located in an archipelago, Fuerteventura has transport links to all the other islands. Closest is Lanzarote in the north-east, where you will find the intriguing Timanfaya National Park, one of the biggest attractions in the entire Canary Island network. The ferry, departing Corralejo and arriving in Playa Blanca, takes around one hour.