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Fuerteventura is the Canary island for those that prefer a quieter pace. The island is much tamer than neighbours Tenerife and Lanzarote. Whilst it’s the second largest of the Canary islands, the overall vibe is chilled but enjoyable.
You come to Fuerteventura to enjoy miles of white sand beaches and peaceful (but not too sleepy) resorts. Evenings are spent dining in the local restaurants or having a cocktail (or two), in one of the handful of bars in the resorts.
A holiday in Fuerteventura is most suited to couples seeking relaxation or families with small children. Those wanting the typical beach holiday without any rowdy young and lively crowds. If you can be tempted away from the beautiful broad beaches, you’ll find some activities to keep you entertained and varied shops to buy your Fuerteventura souvenirs.
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Manchester to Fuerteventura Flight time: 4 hours and 20 minutes.
Fuerteventura Visa Requirement for UK passport holders: No visa is required for stays up to 90 days
Language: Spanish (Canarian Spanish Dialect)
Fuerteventura Time Difference: GMT
This former small fishing village has developed to be one of the main resorts on Fuerteventura. Corralejo, located on the north-east coast of Fuerteventura, has a good selection of bars & restaurants to keep you watered, fed & entertained.
Watersports fans will be in their element, with Corralejo offering perfect conditions to spend days kite and windsurfing, whilst the less adventurous can enjoy white sandy beaches, Lobos Island and time meandering the beautiful sand dunes.
Considered the most popular resort on Fuerteventura, Corralejo has a range of accommodations to suit all budgets, but predominantly you will find 3 star self catering units, as people like to dine in the many seafood restaurants that are always just a short walk away.
Caleta de fuste is a newer purpose built resort that is ideal for families. The golden sandy beaches with shallow waters are excellent to relax and read a book, whilst your children build a sandcastle.
You’ll find excellent places to eat in Caleta de fuste. It’s all about al fresco dining, eating delicious freshly caught seafood and enjoying a glass of locally produced wine. You must pay a visit to Algo Mas, the most popular restaurant in the resort.
The resort boasts some of the best hotels on the island, such as the Sheraton Fuerteventura – a hotel in Caleta de fuste that offers you a luxury experience without the usually high price-tag for such a standard.
Jandia is a beach lover’s paradise, perfect for a romantic getaway. Undoubtedly offering the nicest beaches on the island, that stretch for miles. You’ll find many beach bars offering the chance to take a rest and enjoy a cold beer in the sun.
Restaurant wise, you’ll find something to please everyone. From British bars to Indian & Italian, there is enough choice to eat a different cuisine every night of your holiday. Whilst you won’t find any banging nightclubs, you will find classy bars to enjoy some late night drinks and make new friends.
Jandia is most popular for staying in 5 star luxury hotels, and if your budget allows a stay at the Iberostar Select Fuerteventura will blow your mind! But don’t worry, those with less of a budget for their Fuerteventura holiday will find a great selection of cheap and mid-priced hotels too.
Take a sailing tour to Lobos Island – this is one trip not to be missed on your holiday in Fuerteventura from Manchester. Part of your tour will include a visit to La Caldera, a half-submerged volcanic mountain, with its black-sand beach. You’ll move on to La Concha beach, well known for it’s utter beauty with crystal clear waters.
See two Canary islands on the one holiday, with a visit to Lanzarote. You can either book an organised tour, or be adventurous and book the Fuerteventura to Lanzarote ferry and do it yourself. This makes a great change of scene, especially if you’re on a two week break.
Exploring the sand dunes on a Jeep is one of the most loved tours of Fuerteventura. Get the adrenaline pumping through the veins as you bounce through the dirt tracks and sand dunes of Fuerteventura.