The beach island Fuerteventura is an beach-island From the perimeter of its coast, more than 150 kilometres lodge beaches… Virgin and remote beaches, beaches with all types of facilities and services, beaches in charming fishing villages, beaches to practise your favourite water sports, beaches… Always beaches. A beach for everyone Infinite beaches of golden sand and turquoise waters It is possible to be able to stroll along several kilometres on the seashore, on golden sand with turquoise waters that caress your steps, on the island of Fuerteventura. In the south, the endless beaches of the coasts of Barlovento and Sotavento, and in the north, the large beaches of Corralejo, among others, make up this never-ending paradise. Remote coves If you prefer to loose yourself and be in contact with nature in a place by yourself, choose one of the numerous wild coves that the island hides. From small sandy coves, to wild corners under the cliffs. There is always a little corner available just for you along the breadth and length of Fuerteventura. In fishing villages The marked fishing tradition of the island people makes the fishermen’s villages stretch from north to south: in El Cotillo, Corralejo, Los Molinos, Puerto Lajas, Las Salinas, Pozo Negro, Las Playitas, El Puertito, Ajui… Each village, a haven of culture with a distinct charm, is embraced by a small beach where the most common image is of fishing boats and lanes of restaurants where to try the delicacies that have recently come from the sea. All of them with facilities and services But the Majorera coast is not just woven with virgin landscapes. There are beaches scattered throughout the island that have all the facilities and services to make spending a day with the family on the beach a pleasant experience. Eight blue flag beaches. Playa Blanca, Gran Tarajal, Las Playitas, Grandes Playas de Corralejo, Costa Calma, Esquinzo-Butihondo, Solana Matorral, La Concha-El Cotillo; and many others with well-equipped beach facilities, such as Caleta de Fuste or La Guirra, make spending a magnificent day of sun and beach even better. To practice water sports If what you are looking for is the best place to practice your favourite water sport, then it is very easy. In the north, centre and south, in all the island’s municipalities, there are suitable places for marine activities with the best conditions: wind that blows constantly for lovers of windsurfing, kiteboarding and sailing; impossible waves for surfing and stand up paddle fans; the latest marinas for sports fishing; seabeds with incredible biodiversity and beauty for those that want to plunge into its depths…Also, limitless entertainment with jet skis, pleasure crafts and endless activities on the beach and sea. The Weather More than 3,000 hours of sunshine and constant temperatures throughout the year make Fuerteventura’s weather an enviable pleasure.It is proximity to the Sahara desert, the absence of high mountains, the sea that surrounds it and the Canary Island current, result in very mild temperatures, and the absence of very high mountains dissipate all clouds and rainfall from the landscape. The sea temperature, varies between 19 to 24 degrees, and invites you to swim at any time. Sunbathing and having a swim in the Atlantic Ocean in the middle of winter, is not a dream in Fuerteventura but a daily reality.