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Beach lovers will adore Fuerteventura. Here, you will discover endless sands, empty desert landscapes and resorts offering superb watersports, great restaurants and shops.

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The hotspot resort of Fuerteventura, Corralejo enjoys one of the best sunshine records on the island, and it offers all the essentials for an unforgettable week or two on the surf. From cooling, sail-inflating breezes, dramatic scenery and white-sand beaches in abundance, to a choice of bigger beaches lined with fantastic dunes stretching out behind the town, holidays in Corralejo are all about taking it slow, soaking up the sun and relaxing. After a day on the waves or relaxing on the sands, the central square will provide you with plenty to do, with its buzzing shops, bars and good-value restaurants. You’ll certainly not be at a loss for things to see or do here. Soak up the peaceful scenery in a pavement café, hop on a glass-bottomed boat and enjoy the ride to the volcanic Island of Los Lobos to hunt out a deserted sandy cove, or head inland to Fuerteventura’s former capital Betancuria, with its museum and picturesque church. After dark, there are a few upbeat bars and discos in Corralejo to take you though to the small hours. However, evenings here tend to focus on a romantic starlit dinner, followed by a leisurely drink in one of the bars.

Journey time from airport: 45 mins approx
Costa Caleta

If you want a stress-free atmosphere to match your long days on the beach, Costa Caleta, previously known as Caleta de Fuste, will oblige. Considered to be the most serene resort on Fuerteventura, although growing more popular all the time, it comprises mainly of low-rise whitewashed accommodation and hotels fringing on a brilliant beach of sweeping golden sand. When you are not lazing on the sands, the resort has a varied collection of shops, cheerful eating spots and lively bars which surround its little pleasure harbour and castle tower, so when you need to re-charge the batteries you’ll be spoilt for choice. Most restaurants serve up British favourites, however, for a real taste of the Canaries, try ‘sanochio canario’, a tasty fish salad with a hot fiery sauce, or ‘sama frita’, a shallow fried white fish. Whether you choose to stroll along the palm-lined promenade, relax on the sands or swim in the sea, Costa Caleta will oblige. By night the pace stays slow and the atmosphere familyfriendly, with a good choice of inexpensive restaurants to linger in - perfect for rounding off your day.

Journey time from airport: 15 mins approx
Corralejo beach Costa Caleta beach
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