Five reasons you won't be able to resist a villa holiday in Fuerteventura
The island has over 152 beaches, spanning more than 50 km.
Its pristine, crystal blue waters and long stretching white sands
make it a place travellers long to visit time and again for a
perfect beach getaway.
Caleta de Fuste, positioned east of the island, is a
favourite among families staying in Fuerteventura as it has a
number of rock pools and a breakwater to protect the bay, meaning
little ones can safely play in the sea.
Roam and relax
Visitors hoping to get away from it all can enjoy some
well-deserved peace and quiet at the stunning coastal area of
The quaint fishing village, situated on the northern tip
of the island, is a laidback and tranquil destination to visit,
allowing you to truly relax.
Tasty local treats
Keen foodies will be in their element when they see the
array of fresh products available at both Caleta de Fuste and
Corralejo. Fish dishes dominate many of the menus, thanks to their
coastal locations. Corralejo's marina has a host of places to take
advantage of the delicious and local ingredients, including lightly
salted and fried fish such as sea bass and sea bream.
Fuerteventura welcomes families with open arms and has a
number of excursions tailored to suit little ones, kids and teens.
Ideal trips includes Baku Water Park in Corralejo, home to water
slides, rides and a host of animals, and Oasis Zoo, where the whole
family can visit the home of hippopotamuses, giraffes and more than
200 species of birds.
Spoilt for choice with sport
Home to Las Salinas, the 2004 Spanish Open course,
Caleta de Fuste is a prime location for keen golfers to practise
their swing set among picturesque surroundings. For travellers
hoping for something more unusual, fishing trips, jet skiing
adventures and kite surfing lessons can all be arranged on the
beaches of Corralejo and Caleta de Fuste.