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Things to Do in Fuerteventura Exploring Fuerteventura Discover traditional arts and crafts Antigua is a picturesque village home to many historic landmarks and artisan shops where you can pick up an original souvenir. Some of the more wind exposed areas are internationally renowned for their great surf the whole year round, with summer trade winds and winter swells covering all bases.
Feel the volcanic earth beneath your feet in Timanfaya National Park, as boiling geysers erupt close by, or marvel at the Oxidated Lake, preserved inside a volcanic crater and glazed with a bold green colouring. You could also get back to nature amidst the lush greenery at Oasis Park, as all manner of wildlife including reptiles, monkeys, zebras and hippos roams freely around you.
Although Fuerteventura is not known as a party island and much of the evening entertainment is hotel based, there are livelier times to be had in resorts such as Corralejo. If you want to explore further on your holiday to Fuerteventura, a 10 minute ferry ride from Corralejo takes you to the small volcanic island of Lobos, where you can explore the desert on specially made paths through the nature reserve. Request a Quote. The crystal-clear blue waters are perfect for the little ones to enjoy, while the nightlife can be as vibrant or as low-key as you like. Join us on Facebook.
Gastronomic pleasures of all description can be sampled throughout the island of Fuerteventura, with diverse menus of traditional and international cuisines both featured heavily. As the sun sets and you begin to think of dinner, head for the harbour for a delicious meal of mussels with mojo or Puchero Canario meat stew, complemented beautifully with stunning views of the coast.
With rolling golden sand dunes and safe family friendly beaches as far as the eye can see, Fuerteventura is a great spot for visitors with kids in tow.
The horseshoe shaped Costa Caleta beach is particularly well known with families. For bigger kids that may be quicker to get bored, there are also loads of surf schools, and high rocks for plunging into the sea below. Boasting over seven miles of endless white sand beaches, with turquoise waters and wind trapped currents, Fuerteventura is the undisputed king of Europe when it comes to water sports.
With warm, crystal clear waters and impressively strong winds, the island has year round near perfect climates for any kind of wave riding. Fuerteventura has truly embraced its burgeoning reputation and offers pretty much every water sport you can imagine, but the most popular are surfing, wind surfing, kite surfing and sailing. You could always kick back and watch the pros at it. In fact, there are a number of waves here that have never been ridden before — you may even witness history in the making.
The nearby Caleta de Fuste has been developed as the ultimate beach haven in recent times, a million miles from the empty swathe of sand it once was. For more of a Saharan vibe, check out the seven kilometres of desert dunes near Corralejo. The central hub for unforgettable nightlife in Fuerteventura is without a doubt Corralejo. With local Latin and Spanish music favoured here, you can enjoy a relaxed drink before you head off into the deep unknown for a wild night of partying. For a romantic trip away with your better half, Fuerteventura is everything you could possibly dream of.
Seek out Betancuria on the eastern side of the island for stunning flora and fauna, and remarkable vistas.
In the immediate vicinity guests will be able to find bars, Star Prestige customers will have access to the VIP area for adults only with chill out, open bar, comfort room, jacuzzi and pool. Just 10 minutes away on foot from this beautiful property lies to the town of Corralejo. This town was once a delightful fishing village which has now become a popular tourist hot spot due to diverse culture, It features an excellent spa with an exclusive VIP area, a gym, pool Built in , this new concept in exclusivity and service for adults only over 18 years old ensures guests enjoy an amazing stay.
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