Holiday Guide Fuerteventura, Canary Islands – All Inclusive

Quick Details

  • Flight time: Approx 4.5 hours from UK
  • Time difference: Same as UK
  • Language: Spanish
  • Currency: Euro


At a Glance

  • Endless unspoilt beaches
  • Great for windsurfing
  • Lots of dry sunny days on the island, and little rain

Travelling all inclusive holidays for Fuerteventura, most of the costs are pre-paid. Meaning you can use less energy worrying about budgeting, and a lot more on having a great time.

Good reasons to visit Fuerteventura

If you find yourself searching for an escape that’s got 5-star character, you have come to the best place. We’ve got an awesome bunch of 5-star all inclusive holidays to Fuerteventura offered.

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Even though you might end up shopping and buying sun products as well as hunting for plug adaptors, one thing you don’t need to concern yourself about is changing loads of currency as Fuerteventura holidays are all inclusive.

You won’t need to have to lift a finger whenever you are out there unless you wish to, and you’ll seldom be required to worry about the exchange rate before you go. It’s terrific for holidaymakers, as it means you don’t contain to worry about budgeting for endless orange juices or further desert at a break.

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Accommodation options apart, luxury holidays to Fuerteventura come with terrific weather – we’re thinking balmy heat range not to mention sunrays pretty much as typical – and lots contained in the sightseeing limits.

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Fuerteventura Holiday breaks

Fuerteventura, the second largest of the Canary Islands, sits just 100km coming from the coastline of Africa, and is blessed with a nice, dry environment throughout the year round, with the annual temperature averaging out at a amazing 20 degrees.

Relatively undiscovered, Fuerteventura features the best sandy beaches around the Canaries, with over 150 spread out over its’ 340km of coastline, and also the island is actually a fascinating mixture of endless bright sands, volcanic landscapes and palm trees.

Although Fuerteventura attracts those in search of a slow pace and idyllic shorelines to unwind on, the island is on the list of top regions around for sail boating, playing host to a variety of board sports Championships every year.

Holiday escapes to Fuerteventura – Endless unspoilt beaches

The busiest holiday resort on Fuerteventura is Corralejo, within the northern coast. That has a region seashore perfect next for the bustling harbour, and avenues filled with shops, taverns and places to eat, Corralejo deals something for everyone, with lots of water sports readily available, and a broad variety of ferry trips along the coastline.

Just outside the resort are the protected sandy dunes, and a much larger secluded seaside. Further east will be the desirable family-friendly resort of Caleta de Fuste, much quieter, but which includes a wealth of facilities around its’ wide horseshoe-shaped beach.

The finest beach locations on Fuerteventura may be discovered within the south, within the Jandia point, a nature reserve where a 20km stretch of bright pillow soft is flanked by soft sand dunes.

A lot more suited to loving couples, the resort hotels of the south, Costa Calma and Morro Jable, offer an unhurried pace of life, and an endless array of unspoilt beach locations to relax on.

All in hols to Fuerteventura – Perfect for wake-surfing

The setting on Fuerteventura is relatively peaceful, as well as the nightlife is very low-key, with the exception of Corralejo, with its’ English clubs and late-night hotspots.

Most resorts on the island contain taverns participating in live beats, and the enjoyment, including cabarets and folk dancing, is centred all around the places to stay.

All types of different cuisine can easily be found on Fuerteventura, from Mexican to Greek, and local specialities, including fantastic fresh species of fish, could be sampled around the several Spanish and Canarian eateries.

As mentioned, Fuerteventura is actually a haven for watersports, with windsurfing hugely very popular, especially along the eastern side coastline, and scuba-diving, water-skiing, and surfing are all obtainable.

Day trips by ferry to Lanzarote are best-selling from Fuerteventura, and the island is conveniently explored by car.



Fuerteventura Weather

April 73°F
May 75°F
June 79°F
July 82°F
Aug 84°F
Sept 80°F
Oct 79°F
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