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With subtropical landscapes and impressive vegetation, desert areas, vertiginous cliffs and golden beaches, the Canary Islands have everything to offer you. Lanzarote, the land of lava and fire, Fuerteventura, with multitudes of magnificent beaches, Tenerife, dominated by its fascinating volcano and Grand Canaria, with its majestic sand dune reminischent of the Sahara… they are all quite different. But each one of them offers a dazzling sun and a mild climate which guarantees a successful seaside holiday for all ages.
With only 68 inhabitants per square km, Fuerteventura is the least populated of the Canary Islands. Thanks to its dry climate and an exceptional amount of sunshine, it is a paradise for swimming and water sports. Huge, gently-sloping sandy beaches surround the island and offer countless possibilities to experiment water activites, relaxation but are also perfect for children. Playa de Jandía and Corralejo are enliven with entertainment, shops and nightlife... A delight for holidaymakers!
Caleta de Fuste is located 12 km south of the island's capital, Puerto del Rosario. Around the small marina, many restaurants, bars, shops and seaside activities give rhythm to the life of this small seaside town. Distance from the airport: 7 km.
Corralejo is an old fishing village located in the heart of El Río cove, in the north of Fuerteventura. Over the years, the small port has turned into a greatly appreciated seaside resort offering the the best infrastructure. The nature reserve featuring impressive dunes and a long beach is located about 5 km from the centre of Corralejo. Distance to the airport: 40 km.
Located at the narrowest point of the island, the seaside town features several shopping centres, boutiques, restaurants and a beautiful sandy beach stretching over 20 km to Morro Jable. Distance from the airport: 63 km.
Located at the southern tip of the island, Playa de Esquinzo lies above Morro Jable and Las Gaviotas. Thirty years ago, the inhabitants of this region all lived from fishing. Nowadays, these villages count among the most popular seaside destinations on the island. They have nevertheless retained their original charm. Distance from the airport: 90 km.
The long sandy beach of Playa de Jandía, which is located on the peninsula of the same name, is considered one of the most beautiful sandy beaches in Europe. It is located in the south of the island, between Las Gaviotas and Morro Jable. The sea promenade stretches for several kilometres and allows you to walk to the old fishing village of Morro Jable. Distance from the airport: 90 km.
This charming little fishing village is located in a peaceful area, between two hills and about 10 km from Costa Calma. It has a long public sandy beach and a nice sea promenade. Distance to the airport: 50 km.
Located in the south-east of Fuerteventura, this charming fishing village is bordered by a volcanic sandy beach and features some boutiques, bars and restaurants to enhance your stay. Distance from the airport: 45 km.
Located at the end of Sotavento beach, Playa de La Barca is a paradise for sailing sports. It is no coincidence that every summer for the past 35 years it has hosted the Kitesurfing and Windsurfing World Cup. Playa de La Barca enjoys more favourable winds than the rest of the coast and also has a safe lagoon which is perfect for those who want to learn to surf or kite-surf ! Distance from the airport: 55 km.
Excursions will allow you to discover your destination from all perspectives. LuxairTours offers a range of selected tours that will allow you to discover unmissable places, paradisiacal beaches, typical dishes... LuxairTours organises a range of quality excursions for you :
The beauty of Lanzarote is fascinating, with volcanic landscapes in spectacular shapes which you should not fail to miss for any reason. Ferry crossing departing from the port of Corralejo. Visit to the ‘Salinas de Janubio’ salt works. Passing through Yaiza, continuation of the journey towards the Timanfaya (Fire Mountains) national park. Ascent towards the volcano and geothermic experiments. Stop and wine-tasting in the ‘La Geria’ wine-growing estate. Continuation of the excursion in the North, via Teguise, towards Haría. Stop and viewpoint of the Valley of the 1,000 Palm Trees. Lunch. Visit to the ‘Jameos des Agua’ volcanic tunnel. Then, return towards Playa Blanca and ferry journey towards Corralejo or Caleta de Fueste/Jandia/Costa Calma.
On this excursion you will get to know the authentic Fuerteventura, outside the tourist centres, in an 8-seater mini-van. First stop is the lighthouse of La Entallada, here we are at the point of the shortest distance to North Africa (approx. 95km). Visit an aloe vera farm and learn how valuable this healing plant is for humans. Taste the delicious goat cheese varieties - the best goat cheese in Spain, at Casa del Queso goat farm. We take you to the geologically oldest part of the Canaries to the charming fishing village of AJUY. Here you can take a short walk to the caves. A visit to the oldest historical capital of the Canary Islands, the idyllic Betancuria, will not be missed either. Typical island lunch in the centre of the island included. We recommend this discovery tour to all those who enjoy local products and authenticity.
There is no better way to explore the south of the island than on-board a Jeep as it will give you access to the narrowest roads as well as the most winding tracks. The excursion will take you to the natural park of the Jandía Peninsula and the wonderful beach of Cofete, considered the most beautiful in Spain.The landscape in this part of the Canary Islands is unique and unexpected; you have to see it yourself to believe it! A stopover on a peaceful beach, also foreseen during this tour, will delight passengers of all ages thanks to activities and games organised on site. To round off your trip, an excellent paella and other typical island dishes - small mojo potatoes with salad, bread, wine and fruit - await you on the charming terrace of the small El Caletón restaurant, all with a superb view of the ocean!
Perfect for those who love the sea and water activities, this sea trip will allow you to appreciate the beauty of the coastline and the surrounding nature. You may come across dolphins or other marine animals and enjoy seeing them in their natural environment! This catamarn getaway also includes a lunch break (lunch included). Our destination guides will be able to provide you with information on possible itineraries.
This tour will take you to the youngest volcanoes on the island. In a 4x4, you will drive along narrow roads and dusty tracks. On the way, you will have the opportunity of a photo break at the Corralejo dunes nature reserve before discovering the northern volcanoes, especially the Caldera volcanoe. You will also stop in the historic town of La Oliva, in the north, where you will also have the opportunity to learn more about the characteristics and medicinal properties of the aole vera that is grown there. The itinerary then continues towards Mount Tindaya, a sacred place for the islanders, where you can enjoy a landscape alternating between volcanic areas and white beaches. Another stopover will allow you to discover Majanicho, a small fishing village where time seems to have stopped and the route will be enhanced by a lunch break in El Cotillo where you can enjoy swimming and the beaches of Los Lagos.
Opting for this excursion will allow you to enjoy a more exclusive and relaxing experience in a small group. You will first discover the small fishing village of Ajuy and its famous caves, the idyllic village of Pájara as well as Antigua with its museum dedicated to goat cheese. You will have lunch at the Mahoh rural hotel after which you can once again enjoy a moment of peace and relaxation on board Celia Cruz, a glass-bottomed boat. Back in Corralejo, you will go to the Las Dunas de Corralejo nature park and visit the Aurora aloe vera production. Hiking boots are highly recommended! Please note that this tour is only available in German.
You will head to Betancuria via Caleta de Fuste. A stopover at the Mirador de los Reyes will allow you to enjoy a superb panorama of the island's great plains. You will discover Betancuria, the former capital of Fuerteventura, during a short stopover. The route continues along a winding road to Pájara, the municipal seat of the southern region and known for its church and its portal with Aztec motifs. You will then head to Costa Calma where you will enjoy a panoramic tour and lunch. You will then head to Corralejo via La Oliva, where you will have time to admire the Casa de los Coroneles (House of the Colonels), a former sumptuous manor house once belonging to the lord of the island, and perhaps take some photographs. Guests staying in Caleta de Fuste will also enjoy a stopover at the Dunes nature reserve in Corralejo and a sublime view of the islet of Los Lobos, a natural habitat for sea wolves, before continuing to Caleta de Fuste.
For more information and bookings, please contact your LuxairTours guide on site.
The beaches of the above-mentioned tourist locations have sun loungers and umbrellas available for hire by external providers.