The Island of eternal spring!

Fuerteventura200x240The island has 152 separate beaches and 31 miles of white sand beaches with beautiful clear waters to match. You will also discover the island has vast natural landscapes. So the views from all over the island really are spectacular. Fuerteventura was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2009 mainly due to the islands unique marine, cultural, ethnological, landscape and geological treasures - particularly the dunes near Corralejo and some coastal areas.

The Island

Fuerteventura is often referred to as the island of Eternal Spring and fortunately has not succumbed to over development. The island still offers small resorts with low-rise hotels and natural beauty. Eating out is a pleasure with so much choice – make sure you try the local goats cheese ‘Majorero’ and of course the tasty Canarian ‘wrinkly’ potatoes.


Watersports are found here in abundance. The most popular being windsurfing and kite-surfing as the island is particularly windy. Other sports on offer include kayak rental, paddle boarding, snorkelling, cycling, horse-riding, Segway tours, boat trips and much more.


Why not consider a twin-centre holiday combining Fuerteventura with nearby Lanzarote. The two islands are a perfect combination and are totally different, easily accessible by ferry.