The 10 Best Things To Do in Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is an island full of little treasures waiting to be rediscovered, with much to do and visit. These are just some examples of the best things to do in Fuerteventura:

1. Stroll along the longest beach in the Canary Islands

CofeteCofete is located at the foothills of the mountains, in the heart of the Jandia Natural Park, south of Fuerteventura. It has the honour of being the longest beach in the Canary Islands.

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2. Enjoy the Corralejo Dunes

Dunas de CorralejoThe Corralejo Dunes are one of the most extraordinary natural places in the Canary Islands, and its coastline is a continuous succession of spectacular beaches. Enjoy them!

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3. Take a dip in crystal clear waters

Los LagosThe capricious volcanic rock has created in the north of Fuerteventura a succession of natural pools known as Los Lagos, with crystal clear waters and white sand.

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4. Get to know the historic capital of the Canary Islands

BetancuriaBetancuria was founded in 1404, and at that time became the capital of Fuerteventura and the first capital of the archipelago. Its historic center is one of the best preserved in the Canary Islands. Get to know it!

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5. A sunset in Los Canarios

In the mountains that surround Cofete there is a spectacular viewpoint that allows you to enjoy one of the most breath-taking sunsets in Fuerteventura.

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6. Venture into the caves of Ajuy

AjuyThe Ajuy caves are located in the tiny town of Ajuy. They have a recommended path that runs along the cliffs and facilitates access to the caves. You can enter if the tide allows.

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7. Take a peek inside Fuerteventura

Mirador de Morro VelosaIn the interior of Fuerteventura is its most popular viewpoint, Morro Velosa, on top of the few mountains that rise above the great plains of the middle of the island. From here you can enjoy the Betancuria Rural Park, which stretches from the inside to the western coast.

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8. Enjoy Sotavento

Playa de SotaventoSotavento is one of the most special places in Fuerteventura, a unique landscape that stretches along the eastern coast of the island. Sotavento is a collection of golden sand beaches and crystal clear waters, ideal for strolling, swimming in its waters or practicing water sports.

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9. Photograph the southern coast of Fuerteventura

Playa del MatorralAt the southern end of the island is the town of Morro Jable, one of the most visited corners of Fuerteventura. The Matorral Beach occupies a large part of its coastline and draws one of the most characteristic pictures of the island. In its surroundings you will find a viewpoint from which you can admire the town in all its splendor.

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10. Discover the small island of Lobos

Isla de LobosMany people take advantage of their visit to Fuerteventura to visit the small island of Lobos , located north of Fuerteventura. A protected, arid and uninhabited miniature island.

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And if you have been left wanting more, discover all that Fuerteventura has to offer here.

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