Fuerteventura Attractions

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Fuerteventura Attractions


Fuerteventura Holiday Accommodation Guide

The island of Fuerteventura is the second largest of Spain's Canary Islands and is located in the Atlantic Ocean about 100 kilometres off the coast of the north coast of Africa. Because of the relaxed atmosphere of Fuerteventura, you will have plenty of time to explore the local stores and restaurants, which serve both international and Canarian cuisine, as well as the local wine, which is produced in the sections of the Canary Islands that are known for their grape cultivation.

The island was initially created by volcanic eruptions that began approximately 20 million years ago, which resulted in the formation of the second largest and oldest of the Canary Islands. Today, it is best known as a vacation spot due to the fact that it has beaches with white sand and a year-round climate that is warm but kept comfortable by frequent winds. Spend the day at Acua Water Park, the only water park on the island, and then enjoy lunch at one of the many restaurants, pubs, or cafes after you've spent the day relaxing on one of the island's gorgeous beaches.

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  • Fuerteventura Geolocation Latitude 28.3587° N Longitude -14.0537° W
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This Island is now a part of a group of Islands that are collectively known as the Canary Islands. The Canary Islands are an archipelago that is owned by Spain and are located off the coast of northwestern Africa.

Discover an abundance of beaches that around it and are broken up by cliffs and secluded coves.

Views of the neighbouring island of Lanzarote and the ocean can be enjoyed while participating in a variety of water activities on this island, particularly surfing, windsurfing, and waterskiing.

There are multiple daily ferry crossings that go from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote during the entire year, and there is also a Ferry hopper that runs from Lanzarote back to Fuerteventura.

At any time of the year, Fuerteventura is a wonderful option for anyone seeking sandy beaches and clear blue skies. You can fly in during any season, giving you the flexibility to select when to take advantage of the dazzling Atlantic coastline and the welcoming resorts there.

Enjoy the warm rays of the Spanish sun and go swimming in the tranquil waters of the Atlantic Ocean while you're on this beautiful island. It's the perfect spot to unwind and get away from it all, while yet having access to modern conveniences like supermarkets, cafes, and restaurants.

At the end of a wonderful day at the beach, go out for supper on the neighbouring promenade and watch the sunset while you're there.

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