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One of the most popular towns on Fuerteventura is Corralejo – great for surfing and close to the dunes and white-sand beaches of the Parque Natural nature reserve. If you are looking for value for money in Corralejo, consider Surf Riders Hostel, in the town centre, between the botanical gardens and the BAKU theme park. The hostel is also only a short stroll from the sea and the attractive old town. If you decide to spend a few days in Corralejo, make sure you leave time for a day on Isla de Lobos – a tiny, unspoilt island roughly just 15min away on the local ferry.
Caleta de Fuste is very convenient for the airport, around 11 km (7 miles) away, and the capital of Fuerteventura, Puerto del Rosario. There is plenty of public transport to link them up (currently bus routes number 3 and 10). Caleta is a purpose-built tourist resort with a marina; two golf courses; safe, family-friendly, artificial beaches; plus plenty of entertainment and activities, such as scuba diving and sailing. If you feel like a little bit of luxury and you play golf, check out Sheraton Fuerteventura Golf and Spa Resort, in Caleta de Fuste.
Some of the best beaches in Fuerteventura are in and around Jandia and Morro Jable – great for family seaside holidays. There are plenty of family-friendly hotels, including Sol Fuerteventura All Suites, where one junior suite can accommodate two adults and two children.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Fuerteventura
Are hotels in Fuerteventura safe during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis?
Hotels are safe environments for travellers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Fuerteventura.
What is the most popular destination in Fuerteventura?
What interesting places are away from the beaches of Fuerteventura?
There are old towns further inland, great for a day trip away from the beach. Antigua is one of the oldest towns and a great place to wander around as well as being home to Centro de Artesania Molino de Antigua in a former farmhouse with a windmill, a goat cheese museum, a cactus garden, a cafe and a craft shop. There are hotels in Antigua such as the rustic H. R. Era De La Corte, which would make a good base for exploring the local area and hiking the Valle de la Cueva trail through the farmland and dark basalt landscape.
What options are there for family-friendly beach resorts?
There are some family-friendly beaches in the north of the island. El Cotillo is small and laid-back with some sheltered lagoons that are good for children. There are also sandy beaches that are open to the big Atlantic waves and so are popular with surfers. Coral Cotillo Beach Hotel is less than 0.5 km (0.3 miles) from the beach and is known for being family friendly.
Which all-inclusive hotels are available in Fuerteventura?
There are several all-inclusive hotels in Fuerteventura, including Club Paraiso Playa and Jandia Princess in quiet, peaceful Esquinzo, with its long empty beaches and cool sea breezes. There are adults-only all-inclusive hotels as well, such as in Fantasia Suites in the south of Fuerteventura, near Tarajalejo; the beaches here are mainly black sand and pebbles and popular with locals, while Tarajalejo itself is a relatively unspoiled fishing village but still developed enough to offer surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, snorkelling and sailing. On land, visitors can go cycling, hiking and pony-trekking.
Where to stay in Fuerteventura?
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