Fuerteventura

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Fuerteventura Island

Fuerteventura With three thousand hours of sunshine a year it is the closest Canary Island to the African coast only 100km separating the ‘Punta de la Entallada’ from Cape Juby in Morroco

6 Day Surf and Yoga Holiday at Fuerteventura Surf Camp

Spains Canary Islands Surf and Yoga Holiday

Experience yoga and surf in the subtropical Fuerteventura, Canary Islands.

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Yoga & Surf Mirissa welcomes you to enjoy these two amazing practices and enjoy a holiday like never before.

Have your surf lesson during the day and end your day strong with a relaxing Yin yoga practice at the surf camp.

Enjoy the surf, yoga, and everything else Fuerteventura can offer you.

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Fuerteventura Why go on holiday to Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands?
To laze on long, wide sweeps of golden sand. To enjoy some of the best sailboarding to be found anywhere. To get a suntan in the middle of winter.

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Caleta De Fuste

Villas Siesta, Caleta De Fuste La Luna – Urbanización Fuerteventura Golf Club, 35610 Caleta De Fuste, Spain
Featuring a private swimming pool, Villas Siesta is set next to a golf course and just 1 km from Caleta de Fuste’s seafront.

It has a garden and a large terrace with sun loungers and a dining table.
Villas Siesta has bright, Canarian-style décor with wooden furnishings.

The spacious living room has high, beamed ceilings with French doors, which open onto the poolside terrace. MORE


When should I go on holiday to Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands??
Fuerteventura is a year-round destination with negligible rainfall. Even in December, the island has an average of five hours’ sunshine a day. Temperatures top 80F (26C) in summer and 70F (21C) in winter.
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Fuerteventura Villas Fabulous beachesWhat should I do when I’m there on holiday to Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands??


There are no major sights and Fuerteventura’s main attraction is undoubtedly the coast. Much of the island could easily be part of Africa. The countryside is parched, with dunes, scrub and arid plains. It is also fairly flat.
Any good for a holiday then if I go on holiday to Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands??
What Fuerteventura lacks in scenery, it more than makes up for in beaches. Just 60 miles by 12 miles, it has 150 fabulous beaches – with the best being off the beaten track. Main resorts are Corralejo and Caleta de Fuste.

Is it overrun by tourists in Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands?
Not at all. Fuerteventura is the second largest of the Canary Islands yet is the least developed, tourism-wise. Caleta de Fuste, in particular, is excellent for families – with shallow waters and a large, horseshoe-shaped beach.

What activities are there in Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands?
Fuerteventura is one of THE places for sailboarding. The sheltered bay of Caleta de Fuste is a good place to learn. The experts head for Corralejo and El Cotillo. Other activities include deep-sea fishing for marlin and tuna.

Diving at Caleta de Fuste and Morro Jable is also popular.
Low-key nightlife in Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands?

Where’s good for nightlife?
Entertainment is fairly low-key, with none of the noisy resorts found on other Canary islands. Corralejo has a good selection of bars and restaurants and a couple of discos. Caleta de Fuste is a bit quieter.

What’s the food like?
Fish is plentiful – many restaurants will bring a tray of the catch of the day for you to choose from. Try Fuerteventura’s goat’s milk cheese, majorero. Other local Canarian specialities include mojo – a spicy chilli sauce.

Two regional soups are potaje de berros (watercress) and the hearty noodle, meat and potato-based ranchos canario.

What should I buy?
Look for a small ukelele-style musical instrument called a timple – to hang on your wall rather than play. Woodcarving from beech, pine, chestnut and mulberry trees is used to make a wide range of objects from kitchen items to castanets.

What is there for children to do?


For theme parks, go to Gran Canaria or Tenerife, but a glass-bottomed boat ride on a day cruise to the Isla de Lobos is fun. You could also take them on the mini-train in Corralejo, or to the little zoo, and camel-trekking at Zoo Parque de los Camellos.

Tourist office
Spanish National Tourist Office, 22-23 Manchester Square, London, W1M 5AP. Tel: 020 7486 8077 Brochure line: 09063 640630 (60p per minute).https://spain-info.co.uk/canary-islands/gran-canaria/

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