Fuerteventura Holidays

Fuerteventura Holidays

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Holidays in Corralejo Fuerteventura


In the north of Fuerteventura lies the islands' biggest town, Corralejo, and a popular resort for holidaymakers.

Holidays in the Costa Calma Fuerteventura

Costa Calma

The Costa Calma, located further towards the south of the islands is a great beach resort and the northern point of the stunning Sotavento Beach.

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Caleta de Fuste

Just 10 minutes from Fuerteventura airport is the popular beach holiday resort of Caleta de Fuste, offering lovely sandy beaches, a range of accommodation options and a promenade that stretches round to the marina.

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Jandia, a fun resort in the very south of Fuerteventura, offers some of the islands most stunning beaches.


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A Guide To Holidays In Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura holidays can range from budget two-star apartments to luxury five-star all-inclusive options and everything inbetween. So whether you're a golfer, party animal, or wanting to get some quality time away with the family, check out the latest Fuerteventura holiday offers with us at mybudgetbreak.com.

Try the popular holiday resort of Corralejo for a livelier holiday, or for something a bit quieter, give the south of Fuerteventura a try.

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Getting to, from and around Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is in a great position of having year-round flights from the UK, so winter sun seekers will often choose the island as their holiday location of choice.

Particularly in the summer months, the charter and low-cost airlines offer flights to Fuerteventura airport from across the UK.

Getting about the island is easy by bus although to drive from north to south can take up to an hour.

A taxi from Fuerteventura airport to the main town of Corralejo will cost €40-50

things to do in Fuerteventura

Things to do in Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura literally means strong (fuerte) wind (ventura) and it's understandable how it got it's name. The strong winds from the north-east mean that this Canary Island is perfect for the likes of surfing and wind-surfing. If you fancy a little adventure, be sure to book yourself a lesson or two.

For animal and nature lovers, Oasis Park, located in the south of the islands near the Costa Calma, is the place to go. With over 250 different animal species and the only botanical garden on Fuerteventura, it's a great day trip out when you fancy taking a break from the beach or pool.

Other activities well worth a go are a trip out to the Isla de Lobos on a glass-bottomed boat. The island is a short ferry ride from Corralejo in the north and ideal for hiking in the beautiful nature reserve.

Golf is another popular sport in the Canary Islands with six golf clubs and courses to choose from. For the perfect golf holiday in Fuerteventura, try a stay at the Hotel Elba Palace Golf, located a few minutes drive from the Caleta de Fuste and just south of the airport so you can be on the fairway within an hour of landing.

where to stay in Fuerteventura

Where to stay in Fuerteventura

There are some great resorts in Fuerteventura. Corralejo is a popular town for sun holiday markers who want a bit of nightlife and a bit more to do locally.

On the south of the islands, protected from the wind, you'll find a number of quieter resorts, perfect for that quiet getaway you've been longing for.

Inbetween, try heading to the Caleta de Fuste, a small coastal town approx. 5km from the airport, and a perfect location for a cheap short break in the sun.

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