Just a few hours' flight away, the sun-drenched holiday destination of Fuerteventura is just around the corner! Fuerteventura is one of the Canary Islands, with beautiful white beaches, a volcanic interior and rugged west side. Thanks to the desert climate, you can stay there any time of year. You can make the most of everything with a holiday home in Fuerteventura! Belvilla has several apartments and holiday homes available in Fuerteventura, in beautiful locations.

Natural beauty in Fuerteventura

The Canary Island of Fuerteventura is made up of the northern main island and the southern peninsula of Jandía. The inland landscape features many hills and low mountains. The highest point is the Pico de la Zarza, at over 800 metres high. In the north-east lies a desert-like dune landscape, which is a protected nature reserve. The south-east is chiefly characterised by wide and long sandy beaches. Easily explore the entire island from your apartment in Fuerteventura. Fuerteventura's beaches are among the most beautiful in Europe, with white sandy beaches, charming bays and wild, shifting dunes. On the southern peninsula of Jandía you will find wide, expansive white sandy beaches, ideal for sunbathing. Around the northern town of Corralejo there are beautiful dunes leading to wide sandy beaches. From here, you get a beautiful view of the islands of Lanzarote and Los Lobos. The beach of Costa Calma is a real family beach. The constant wind and great facilities also make Fuerteventura the perfect destination for kite- and windsurfers. Get blown away by your holiday home in Fuerteventura by the sea!

Ideas for your holiday in Fuerteventura

Get out and about from your holiday home in Fuerteventura. The area is perfect for all sorts of day trips. Would you like to know more about the history of Fuerteventura? Then visit one of the various museums on the island. You can visit the neighbouring Lobos Island on a boat trip. Lobos Island is a volcanic island off the coast of Corralejo, whose caldera is 127 metres above sea level. The island is virtually uninhabited and is the perfect place for walking or snorkelling. From Fuerteventura you can also visit the neighbouring island of Lanzarote. The crossing takes just 25 minutes. For culture while on holiday in Fuerteventura, you can visit the oldest town on the island: Betancuria. Betancuria has some unique attractions, such as the Iglesia de Santa Maria and San Diego de Alcalá churches, the island museum Casa Museo, and the ruins of the Franciscan monastery, San Buenaventura. Fuerteventura also boasts some beautiful viewpoints such as Mirador de Morro Velosa and the viewpoint with two large statues of ancient kings. An absolute water paradise for young and old is the Baku water park in Corralejo. The Oasis Park in Pajara is an animal park you absolutely must visit while on holiday in Fuerteventura!

Adventure while on holiday in Fuerteventura

For the more active, there is plenty to do based in a holiday home in Fuerteventura. There are various options for water sports, such as kite surfing, windsurfing, wakeboarding, wakesurfing, diving, sailing and kayaking. There is plenty to do on land, too. Join a quad bike ride, a Segway tour, a motorcycle trip or a ride on horseback. While on holiday, you can even go on a pirate ship or catamaran and spot dolphins. The wonderful climate, the miles of beaches, the unique culture and the volcanic landscape are ingredients for a carefree holiday. Enjoy the unique setting of a holiday home or apartment in Fuerteventura!

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Holiday in Fuerteventura - FAQs
How many houses can I choose from in Fuerteventura?

There are 10+ houses in Fuerteventura.

What are the most important places to visit in Fuerteventura?

The most important places to visit in Fuerteventura are Corralejo, Caleta de Fuste, Costa Calma, Morro Jable, El Cotillo, Puerto del Rosario, Betancuria, Cofete and La Oliva.

Any activities that I must include during my stay in Fuerteventura?

Some of the must-do activities in Fuerteventura are:

  • Visiting national parks
  • Going on a trip to towers and castles
  • Going on National park tours
  • Taking a visit to the Turtle nursery
  • Sunbathing on beaches
  • Surfing
  • Taking a trip to lagoons
  • Hiking
  • Taking a safaris
  • Fishing
  • Exploring water sports
  • Visiting zoos and taking camel rides
What are the recommended dishes in Fuerteventura?

Some of the recommended dishes in Fuerteventura are Papas Arrugadas, Mojo Picón, Puchero Canario, Majorero Cheese, and Gofio.

When is the ideal time to visit Fuerteventura?

The months from June to August are the best to visit Fuerteventura.

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