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Fuerteventura Holidays

Who is Fuerteventura suitable for?
Destination Calling all sport lovers, particularly those who love water sports. Known affectionately as the ‘windy island’ (a sea breeze), Fuerteventura holidays are great for those who love windsurfing and the up and coming kite surfing. Just in case you don’t believe us, the annual windsurfing championships are held on this island every year. Okay, we have highlighted the sport element enough now. The island boasts over 300 beaches with large sand dunes and warm waters to swim in. This island is the second largest of the Canaries but, despite its size, it has a really chilled out vibe and relaxed atmosphere. This doesn’t make it boring, it’s just not Ibiza, that’s all. So, switch off and get yourself on a plane to Fuerteventura with Qwerty Travel.

If you’re craving relaxing beaches during the day, but want to kick up your heel in the evening, then Corralejo is ideal. This is the largest resort on the island and has a beach which stretches along for a whopping 11km; so you will definitely find a patch to sunbathe on. However, for those who want to enjoy peaceful evenings as the sun sets over the water, the Caleta De Fuste is great for those that don’t want to do anything apart from relax and enjoy the island’s atmosphere...each to their own.
For Singles

When: The island is obviously busier in the UK summer season, despite good weather all year. So, if you’ve had enough of the human race, go in January and enjoy some alone time.

Where: Costa Caleta - combine some history, with a great beach and add a few great bars in there for good measure – happy? Of course you are.

Why: If you’re single and looking to mingle, maybe go to some of the islands that have a tad more evening action. Gran Canaria and Tenerife are much better if you’re looking to go on the pull. If you just want to chill out – this is the island for you.

For Groups

When: The Windsurfing Championships are held in the last week in July, so go then and join in the party.

Where: Corralejo is where the action is at on the island. With lively(ish) bars and a mountain jeep safari trip close by, there’s plenty going on.

Why: If you’re a group of budding windsurfers looking to work on your moves, then you won’t get better than Fuerteventura. If you’d rather have a party holiday, we would advise that you maybe give Fuerteventura a miss and head to Playa De Las Americas in’s just more happening for the party animals.

For Couples

When: Go out of the summer season so you can avoid the kids and enjoy the island when it’s much quieter. The weather is great all year, so why go when the families start trekking over?

Where: Costa Calma, even the name sounds relaxing doesn’t it? Enjoy the white sandy beaches on the east coast of the island. There are also some pretty sweet views of the volcanoes too.

Why: This island will give you all the romantic privacy you and your partner need to enjoy some quality alone time together...wink, wink.

For Families

When: Head in the summer months (May to September) when all the activities are open. Think of the tears if you arrive in March and the water park is shut?

Where: Corralejo is full of great activities, which the kids can do in the evenings as well. They will use up all your change in the amusement arcades, so it’s probably a good idea to visit the grandparents to collect some pocket money before you go.

Why: The kids will love playing in the warm waters and not only that, the island is home to the Oasis Zoo and the Baku Water Park. For those a tad older, there are also some great cycle routes and crazy golf courses.

Weather Like all the Canary Islands, the weather is great all year round. Fuerteventura has at least 3,000 hours of sunshine every year (what a great fact). Even in the winter months you will still be able to work on that tan, as the temperature will never really drop below 20C. Why are you still reading this page? You should be booking by now. Just watch out for the wind, it can be misleading as to how hot the island actually gets.
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What to expectMake the most of the great beaches, which you are never going to find in the UK. Enjoy excellent bars with a sumptuous cocktail list and a great variety of restaurants, serving English and Spanish food. However, if you’re looking for wild nights out with famous clubs and skinny dipping during the early hours, then maybe this island isn’t for you. Fuerteventura is first and foremost about relaxation.
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