Stay at Beautiful Fuerteventura Hotels

Looking to stay at beautiful Fuerteventura hotels? In Fuerteventura you’ll find kilometers of heavenly white or golden sand beaches with turquoise waters. This is the perfect vacation destination for anyone who loves feeling the sun, the sea breeze and swimming in calm, transparent waters. Enjoy the island for surfing, wind surfing and kite surfing, with Fuerteventura’s wonderful climate, long days of sunshine and perfect wind and wave conditions.

Fuerteventura is one of the Canary Islands biosphere reserves, so there are other unforgettable things to do. Explore the landscapes with its rolling hills; stop in villages, discover the island’s history and visit small picturesque coastal towns where you can enjoy delicious fresh fish and other delicacies of local cuisine, such as the cheeses which are internationally renowned.

There is 150 kilometers of picture-perfect beaches. Today. Enjoy beaches surrounded by dunes, crystal-clear lagoons and natural reefs. There are also wild solitary beaches, which have been the sets of major film productions. No matter what, you will have unforgettable moments to remember in Fuerteventura.

This is the perfect island to come to light on luggage and return home loaded with relaxation and well-being. Visit all of the amazing beaches of Fuerteventura here or visit us on Pinterest.

Fuerteventura Weather – When to Visit

With its location so close to Africa, you can expect hot and sunny weather throughout the year in Fuerteventura. If you love the heat, the best time to visit Fuerteventura is between the months of July and September. Temperatures rarely fall below 77°F and usually reaches at least 77°F at midday. If you want a cooler climate, visit Fuerteventura between April and June or in October. The average temperature ranges from 70°F and 73°F, which is plenty warm for a relaxing day at the beach or enjoying some sightseeing around the island. Fuerteventura is known for its winds, which is one of the main weather characteristics of the island. Northeast trade winds paired with the cool waters of the surrounding sea gives Fuerteventura a regular cool breeze. This is great for water sports in the summer when the sea conditions are perfect for windsurfing with an average temperature of 72°F.

Top 5 Amazing Beaches of Fuerteventura

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Playa Sotavento

Playa Sotavento has huge dunes of pale golden sand that are usually deserted.  This beach stretches down the south-east coast of the island in Calete de Fuste, and is a popular beach for naturists.  The sea has a temperature of around 70F all year round and is perfect for just floating around. Conditions are excellent for kite boarding and windsurfing – the world championships are held at the Playa Barca end of the beach every summer.  Learn more about Calete de Fuste here.

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El Caseron

El Caseron beach is a popular blue flag beach located in Corralejo. The beach is 300 meters long and 45 meters wide with a rustic setting, and great for children and families. There are facilities for elderly tourists and tourists with disabilities.  The beach has two parking lots, a disabled access ramp, showers and restrooms, hammock areas, a bar-restaurant and many other amenities. Learn more about Corralejo here.

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Costa Calma Beach

Costa Calma Beach is two kilometers of white sand and refreshing turquoise waters. Costa Calma Beach is just one of a number of stretches that are linked during low tide. In the northern section there are two small family beaches. When the wind picks up, the southern section is perfect for surfing and windsurfing lessons. There are plenty of services available such as sunbeds and umbrellas, lifeguards, and lots of water-based activities. Learn more about Costa Calma here.

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Morro Jable Beach

Morro Jable beach is four kilometers long and is bordered by an enormous avenue with shops, leisure areas and restaurants, and the Jandía salt marsh. A tourist beach with lifeguards, sunbeds and umbrellas, small beach bars and several areas for water sports such as surfing or canoeing. Learn more about Morro Jable here.

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Corralejo Beach

Corralejo Beach, with its calm waters, is great for families.  The beach is located in Corralejo that has charm, with narrow-uneven streets, good seafood restaurants and even a fisherman’s cottage or two.  Corralejo Beach has miles of sand dunes to the south of town, sweeping back into gentle sugar-loaf rolls from the sea and fabulous broad sandy beaches. Protected as a nature park, no one can build on or near them.  Learn more about Corralejo here.


Best Fuerteventura Restaurants

Nestor’s Restaurant & Steakhouse $11 – 30

Nestor’s Restaurant & Steakhouse is a friendly, all-you-can-eat barbecue at the weekend, with a good variety of international dishes with a Caribbean twist served weekdays. This place is renowned for its ribs. Telephone: 34 648 895 811 Web: Nestor’s Restaurant & Steakhouse

5th Avenue $11 – 30

5th Avenue is one of Fuerteventura’s most exclusive restaurants, often hailed as one of the island’s best, as well. The menu is extensive and features quite an interesting fusion between grilled meat, Cajun and Canarian Mojo. The cozy atmosphere and the very professional staff are a plus. Telephone: 34 693 54 03 37 Web: 5th Avenue

The Ugly Duckling $11 – 30

This Scandinavian restaurant offers high quality food. The restaurant is quite small, and therefore perfect for romantic one-on-ones. The menu is also quite small, but still offers a range dishes to suit all tastes. Telephone: 34 618 044 896 Web: The Ugly Duckling

El Patio De Lajares $11 – 30

El Patio De Lajares is an elegant “silverware” restaurant in Lajares, decorated with antiques and oil paintings, celebrated for its extensive wine cellar. This gourmet restaurant is located on the north side of the island and it offers very well presented dishes. Telephone: El Patio De Lajares

Smile Terraza del Mar $11 – 30

This restaurant offers the most stunning ocean view to enjoy while feasting on some of the tasty dishes carefully prepared with local and seasonal ingredients. You will be welcomed with friendly service and a relaxing atmosphere. Telephone: 34 928 176 603 Web: Smile Terraza del Mar

Top Fuerteventura Bars & Nightclubs

Blue Rock Bar

Whether it’s sitting on our sun drenched terrace, sipping a nice frosty pint or relaxing with a glass of cava just watching the world go by, The Blue Rock will always make you feel welcome and relaxed. Web: Blue Rock Bar

The Corner House

Number 1 Sports Bar in Corralejo, Fuerteventura! Warm friendly atmosphere, Cheap Drink Prices!Watch all major sports on our large screen TV’S. Web: The Corner House

Nico’s Belgium Beer House

The only place in Fuerteventura Canary islands where you can feel the love and passion to serve you. The passion and love for beer. The passion for every beer and his special glass. At Nico’s they are there for you. Web: Nico’s Belgium Beer House

O’Neills Irish Pub

Irish pub, great live music every night and all live sports shown,particularly GAA and rugby. Best pint of Guinness in town. Web: O’Neills Irish Pub

Shakers Cocktail Bar

Special Cocktail Bar in the Music Square in Corralejo. Join them for special cocktails as well as the classics!! Also try their cocktail of the Week!!. Web: Shakers Cocktail Bar

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  1. Rohit

    Beautiful Beaches in Beautiful Spain. Loved your review and the information it contains about Fuerteventura. 

    What a beautiful beach. The amenities around it suggests a very well managed beach.

    What is the Best Way to reach there? Which is the best season to visit there?  You have piqued my interest!

    Thanks for sharing.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Hi Rohit, It really depends on where you are traveling from.  I flew from Utah to Chicago to Madrid and then to the Canaries.  So that really is dependent on where you are starting at.  With its location so close to Africa, you can expect hot and sunny weather throughout the year in Fuerteventura. If you love the heat, the best time to visit Fuerteventura is between the months of July and September. It is really a great year round desitnation.

  2. Alisa

    Wow! I’ve never heard of this island before and I can tell I’m currently considering going there for my honeymoon next year. If not honeymoon, then definitely after that. It’s a perfect place, just to my liking. Also, I want to commend the amount of useful information you have shared in this article. Whoever is going there soon will certainly not get lost thanks to you.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Oh, any of the Canary Islands are going to be great for a honeymoon.  I have an aunt who lives on Tenerife, another one of the islands there, and I just love visiting.  Truly wonderful no matter what island you end up on.  Please let me know if you need any additional information.

  3. Tigan

    This looks like a very lovely location for a family holiday. I love to snorkel when I go abroad so seeing the lush clear water  feel to me it would be a great place for this.,I’ve had friend him who have been here say it’s a nice destination! Thanks for the information! 

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome, I am glad you enjoyed your visit to Beach Travel Destinations. Now it is time for a stay at Beautiful Fuerteventura hotels!  

  4. LineCowley

    Visiting the beautiful island of Fuerteventura, looks like bliss. I love the fact that it is also a biosphere reserve and that tourism is hopefully not destroying the natural beauty and habitat for local wildlife and birds. Great to see that Corralejo Beach is protected as a nature park, and therefore nobody can build near it. 

    With so many exotic looking beaches and restaurants, do you have a recommended minimum stay on the island? Is it better to stay in one place and explore the island, or would it be better to stay in 2 or 3 places? Thank you. 

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I think that is a personal preference. I prefer to stay in one place, and then venture out.  I just don’t like switching hotels.  If you are comfortable doing that, then it would be advantageous and possibly easier to take in a lot more that Fuerteventura has to offer.

  5. pasindu dimanka

    Your website was excellent. You obviously know this place extremely well, and it shows in the informative manner in which you deliver your information. I’ve never visited Fuerteventura, but I love Morro Jable Beach. I’m delighted you included a video of Fuerteventura. Because I dislike extreme heat, the best time for me to visit is between April and June, or in October. Thank you for your assistance. I wish you the best of luck!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you so much!  I am glad you enjoyed your visit to the beautiful island of Fuerteventura!  Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave me comments.

  6. KarenJulie1963

    Hi, I really liked your website. You obviously know this place very well and that comes across in the knowledgeable way you provide your information. I love that you have videos and live chat and not too many ads popping up!

    I have never been to the Canary Islands but I feel like I know more about them now, thanks to you. It seems there is a lot to do there. I would love to go and see whales and dolphins, that would be perfect. Those bars and restaurants sound interesting too. 

    The only negative that I found was an incomplete link that isn’t highlighted in blue and you can’t click on it. But once that’s fixed, it will be fine. Thanks for educating me about this beautiful and special place

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I have an Aunt who lives in the Canary Islands.  I love it there, all of the islands are great.  Thanks for letting me know about the link.  I will fix!

  7. pleacetree

    Hello I am so amazed at how awesome Fuerteventura is. I love to travel to exotic beaches where-ever they may be!! I have heard of the Canary Islands, but didn’t really acknowledge its pinpoint geographical location. Your website is really cool with how it expresses all the extravagant beaches, where they are, plus the activities to do, yet places to eat out and what hotels to stay at. Great job!!!!!!!!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you 🙂  And thanks for taking the time to leave me comments.

  8. Lolita

    I want to go to Fuerteventura! Can’t. If I was to go, only in my dreams, it would have to be for a month long stay so I can explore the whole island. But my first picks would be the Fuerteventura North Exclusive Tour to check out the villages and the white-sand beaches. Then I would go on the Dolphin and Whale watching tour. The Odyssee3-riding in a glass bottom boat sounds like fun. Smile Terraza del Mar would be the place to relax and enjoy the local and seasonal ingredients of their delicious menu. The video was enticing, and this page was very captivating. Thanks

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Never know, someday you might be able to visit!

  9. virginia rodriguez

    Wow, Fuerteventura is beautiful. How close is it to Africa? the beaches have Spanish names, very interesting. Calderon Hondo, is that a crater hole? I definitely need to go there now, it looks like so much fun. I really enjoyed the video, it gives you a really good experience of what to expect.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      It’s very close to Africa.  And you do get the trade winds from there, boy howdy LOL.  But it keeps you cool. And yes, Calderon Hondo is a crater hole 🙂 

  10. Rosie Bell

    This is a beautifully-designed tourism destination website. You paint a realistic picture and provide all information needed. I have never been to Fuerteventura but I adore Morro Jable Beach from the photo.  It looks like it’s a family-friendly spot, doesn’t it? With flights gradually returning to normal, I’m making plans for my next vacation. I’ve been to Tenerife before and adored it. Thank you for the helpful insight. I wish you all the best! 

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes,  very family friendly.  The people are so welcoming and just super nice.  You would enjoy Fuerteventura!

  11. James

    As a Travel Agent myself I think your website has a nice touch to it and tons if information. Travel is a huge competitive market so i chose nature and wildlife tours myself being from Florida.

    It also loads very fast. I could learn from people like you

    But the only problem I see is the  flight search widget didn’t show up when I clicked on it 

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Ok, thank you James, I will fix the flight widget.  I am from Florida too 🙂  Thanks for the great comments!

  12. Danielle

    Wow – you have a beautiful design… I just love going to random places and your site has everything to get your trip off and running… Just being on your site made me feel like getting ready to go visit some more exotic places… The weirdest trip my inlaws planned for me, omg was one of the worst trips in my opinion was Panama but it could have totally been because they had no travel wise expirence. One of the hardest trips of my life… Learned a lesson though always make sure to go to a site like yours to see what possibilities are awaiting you… Your features are so cool and amazing detail for every picture I bet you were the one taking them all…. lol  

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thanks so much Danielle for taking the time to leave me comments!

  13. Shalisha Alston

    Fuerteventura. I think every time you review a travel destination, you add a video so that people get the essence of the place. I’m so glad you added a video of Fuerteventura. The best time for me to go weather wise, is between April and June or in October as I don’t like too much heat. Nestor’s Restaurant & Steakhouse is my choice to eat. I love that it’s inexpensive at $11 – $30. I am a meat lover and love all-you-can-eat barbecue. So this is my choice for sure. Thanks for a great review.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome Shalisha. I am glad you enjoyed. Yes, the video definitely helps picture the place and the beauty for sure. Thanks for taking the time to leave me comments!


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