Fuerteventura guide

In Fuerteventura, Canary Islands paradise is far less busy than some of its neighbours. He is proud of the longest stretch of beach on the island chain, in its superb outings striking volcanic landscape, and some of the best windsurfing in the world.
 
  
 
  
Getting there
 
The airport is located to the south of the capital, Puerto del Rosario, and receives mainly charter flights from Europe, mainland Spain and the other Canary Islands. Of more abroad, flights go via Madrid or Barcelona. There is a local bus service, which connects the airport and many island destination. Those on package holidays, as a rule, get a free transfer. Taxis can be, but very expensive. Ferry services linking the capital with Cadiz, and the other Canary Islands.
Information on the key attractions Fuerteventuras
 

On the beaches here are among the best in Europe, including around the capital, wide, flat beaches of Jandia (south), and the beautiful golden sand dunes of Corralejo (north). Several excellent trails occur in Corralejo, offering exciting prospects. Walking through the El Cotillo is awe-inspiring, and for the less active, the walk along the quay in Corralejo, winding through large sand dunes, (Las Dunas) is excellent.
Out and about
 

In the former capital of the island, Betancuria, easily accessible by car, and many attractions. It also offers excellent walking tours, as soon as you get into the city. In brilliant Betancuria Museum and paeleontological impressive archaeological exhibits, and the nearby early 15-century church of Santa Maria also impressive. The huge botanical garden displaying some of Fuerteventura in the beautiful flora. Of the cities in the Mirador de Morro Velosa has outstanding views of the island landscape. For another interesting disc, on the road between Corralejo and Lajares, accessible by jeep, is the next best alternative tours, and shows leave Fuerteventura in the magnificent natural beauty.
  
 

  
Relax to the
 

For those interested in the islands, water sports, Sotavento, in the south, is a world of speed and slalom windsurfing event, and there are jet-skiing, windsurfing and sailing on the Jandia and Corralejo. Betancuria has many trendy cafes and restaurants, while Jandia, the capital of Corralejo and all of us have a lot of bars and pubs.
 
Be careful when driving or hiking through the volcanic landscape of the area. Visitors are more susceptible to accidents when in unfamiliar environments. Water sports are also a potential source of danger and visitors should remain alert and vigilant. We strongly encourage you to take out travel insurance for you and your family when you visit Fuerteventura.
 
It is always in the Canary Isalands Spring. Temperatures vary only a few seasons through 6C. On average, per month ranges from 18 to 24C, and the sea nicely warm all year round. Because of the geographical location of the islands subtropical climate. At the water temperature ranges from 22C in summer and winter 19C. Many people want to spend the winter here because of the pleasant climate.
Security
 
Be careful when driving or hiking through the volcanic landscape of the area. Visitors are more susceptible to accidents when in unfamiliar environments. Water sports are also a potential source of danger and visitors should remain alert and vigilant. We strongly encourage you to take out travel insurance for you and your family when you visit Fuerteventura.
Weather in Fuerteventura
 
It is always in the Canary Isalands Spring. Temperatures vary only a few seasons through 6C. On average, per month ranges from 18 to 24C, and the sea nicely warm all year round. Because of the geographical location of the islands subtropical climate. At the water temperature ranges from 22C in summer and winter 19C. Many people want to spend the winter here because of the pleasant climate.
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