What to see in Fuerteventura, discover a unique island

Fuerteventura is the second largest of the Canary Islands, and also one of the driest, along with Lanzarote and La Graciosa. Its beaches, of great extension, surprise everyone who visits them. With an unbeatable climate, like the rest of the islands, it is a place where you always want to stay longer than you have planned. If you want to discover what to see in Fuerteventura to make your trip unforgettable, it is important that you have a good route that leaves nothing out.

The perfect route to know what to see in Fuerteventura

Take note of all the places we are going to show you below to know what to do and see in Fuerteventura and don't miss any of them on your next trip. 

Corralejo, in Fuerteventura

Corralejo

Corralejo is one of the most important towns on the island and, without a doubt, it is also the best place to stay in Fuerteventura . Its old town with its seafaring essence and its small white houses are the most characteristic features of the place.

Calderón Hondo volcano, Fuerteventura

Calderón Hondo Volcano

The north of the island has numerous volcanoes, and the Calderón Hondo volcano is one of them. When you don't know what to do in Fuerteventura, don't think twice: climb to the top and enjoy the breathtaking views from there.

Majanicho on Fuerteventura

Majanicho

This small village is located at the northernmost point of Fuerteventura, and stands out for its bay, its white houses and its small boats stranded on the sand . A quiet place where you can only breathe peace and quiet.

Pop Corn Beach, Fuerteventura

Popcorn Beach

Very close to the previous village we have one of the most peculiar beaches in the world, and it is one of those things to see in Fuerteventura that is more than a must. Popcorn Beach is so called because the erosion produced by the sea on the calcareous algae has given them an almost identical appearance to popcorn. Impressive!

La Concha Beach, Fuerteventura

La Concha Beach

La Concha beach is the quietest beach in Fuerteventura and is protected by a natural reef. Its crystal clear waters and fine sand will invite you to go for a swim even if it wasn't in your plans.

Tindaya, Fuerteventura

Tindaya

This mountain, sacred to the ancient aborigines of the island, has more than 300 engravings on its slopes. It is not a very high mountain, but it stands out for being in a very flat and arid landscape. Although it can be visited, the best way to enjoy it is to contemplate it from the Vallebrón viewpoint.

Lobos Island, Fuerteventura

Excursion to Lobos Island

Isla de Lobos is very close to Fuerteventura (just 2 kilometres north of the island) and you can't miss it for anything in the world. Here you can find everything that represents Fuerteventura: a small fishing village, a volcano and incredible beaches.

Where to sleep in Fuerteventura

There is a wide range of hotels all over the island, but as we can't mention them all, these are some of the best hotels in Fuerteventura.

Avanti Lifestyle Hotel, Fuerteventura

Avanti Lifestyle Hotel

This adults-only hotel is located in Corralejo, in a privileged beachfront location, and is ideal for couples due to its romantic atmosphere. It features a terrace, a jacuzzi, sun loungers and a nautical-style seafood restaurant. Avanti Lifestyle Hotel.

H10 Ocean Dreams Hotel Boutique

This adults-only complex, located very close to the beach in the Parque Natural de las Dunas de Corralejo, has an extensive swimming pool and exquisite dishes made from the best fresh produce. You can also visit the sauna, Turkish bath and jacuzzi, as well as opt for the massage service. H10 Ocean Dreams.

Katis Villas, Fuerteventura

Katis Villas Boutique

These villas with blue and white touches have a very friendly and informal aesthetic, and are ideal for young people looking for something different. There are three types of accommodation with different decor: Greek Style, Bali Style and Classic Style . Katis Villas Boutique.

Where to eat in Fuerteventura

We could not understand the gastronomy of Fuerteventura without its potatoes , its cheese arrugás, its majorero cheese, its gofio or its sancocho. If you want to try all these dishes and many more, go and enjoy them in the restaurants we are going to recommend below.

Casa Santa María, Fuerteventura

Santa Maria House

This restaurant, which has received several culinary awards and is located in an old country house, leaves no one indifferent, neither for its architecture nor for its cuisine. The quality of its dishes and wines is exquisite, and roast kid is its speciality. Casa Santa María.

La Marisma de Mariquita Hierro, in Fuerteventura

The Mariquita Hierro Marsh

In this other restaurant you can contemplate the sea while tasting the freshest fish dishes or rice casseroles with seafood. You can't miss its white wines either. It is an ideal restaurant to visit with the family. La Marisma de Mariquita Hierro.

The island of Fuerteventura is, together with Lanzarote, one of those islands that you cannot miss if you want to eat well, enjoy incredible beaches and, why not, if you are passionate about desert landscapes.

Photos: own establishments, lagavetavoldarora.com, holaislascanarias.com, worldbeachguide.com.

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