Fantastic Fuerteventura is the second-largest of the Canary Islands, a string of volcanic islands belonging to Spain but lying in the Atlantic off the coast of Africa. The least populated of the Canary Islands, Fuerteventura is a popular holiday destination especially for surfers. Its warm weather, location in the Atlantic Ocean and the strong trade winds make it ideal for this sport, as well as windsurfing and sailing. The west and north sides of Fuerteventura are most popular with surfers, as waves are highest here. Scuba divers and snorkellers also flock to the Fuerteventura apartments and villas Fuerteventura on holiday. Every year, Fuerteventura hosts the famous International Kite Festival, which is as popular as it's slightly bigger version on Fanoe island in Denmark. If you can't decide, which one of the bigger and more touristy Canarian islands is the right one for your holidays, you should click the links below:
An UNESCO preserved biosphere, Fuerteventura is home to many animal species and a diverse population of marine wildlife. Migrating sea turtles, whales, and dolphins all pass by the Canary Islands on their annual treks. But the island of Fuerteventura has plenty to offer on land as well. The landscape is shaped by the volcanoes and lava fields – rocky and mountainous plains can be explored on 4x4s or motorbikes. There are a number of tour operators that organise these tours. On an island as beautiful as Fuerteventura, wherever you go, you're sure to find great holiday rentals Fuerteventura, Fuerteventura apartments, and Fuerteventura villas to suit your desires. The island is popular with tourists, especially in the main holiday season, so be sure to book your Fuerteventura holiday rental early.
Fuerteventura has a lot to offer. Touristy places like Jandia Playa and Corralejo are suitable for everyone who likes to spend exciting Fuerteventura holidays with watersports, banana boat and of course nightclubbing. But Fuerteventura also offers quiet places and idyllic bays, where it isn't as overcrowded as in the top regions. The Costa Calma is, for example, a lovely place, which hasn't so much hotels for offer, but much more Fuerteventura apartments, holiday rentals Fuerteventura and villas Fuerteventura. You can compare those regions of Fuerteventura with the Balearic islands Formentera or Menorca. hence, Fuerteventura is an adequate travel destination for sunseekers, lovers of watersports, those who want to relax a little bit and also families, because the most of the holiday villages or holiday resorts on Fuerteventura have special offer for small children. Also the beaches in Jandia, Corralejo and on the Costa Calma are suitable for the kids.