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Luxury Fuerteventura Holidays

Sand dunes and trade winds


Fuerteventura's location, 100 kilometres off the coast of Morocco, means it gets plenty of sun all year round. It's also cooled down by trade winds, which make it a haven for watersports lovers - the island even hosts the Windsurfing and Kiteboarding World Cup.

Fuerteventura is most famous for its beaches. The coast is fringed with huge swathes of soft sand, particularly around Corralejo (home to sweeping sand dunes) and Jandia, where the sands roll out for 20 kilometres, backed by a natural park. 

Away from the coast, the island has a dramatic, volcanic landscape. It's best explored by car, but there are some great hiking and mountain biking trails, too. If you have a spare day, Lanzarote is just a short ferry ride away, as is the unspoilt Isla de Lobos, a tiny isle mostly given over to a nature reserve. 

Our pick of the top hotels in Fuerteventura
Every one of our hotels is handpicked and personally visited by our team

Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahia Real

Fuerteventura, Corralejo
Families will love the Mini Club
Set right on the golden sandy beach
Michelin star menus, beach bars and more

Sheraton Fuerteventura Beach Golf and Spa Resort

Fuerteventura, Caleta de Fuste

XQ El Palacete

Fuerteventura, Jandia

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Luxury family holidays in Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura enjoys warm temperatures and sunshine throughout most of the year. There are over 150 beaches to explore, with plenty to do whether you want to relax on soft golden sands or you prefer to join in with the games, activities and water sports on offer.

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Destinations in Fuerteventura
Caleta De Fuste
Caleta de Fuste is a well-heeled resort on the east coast. Scuba diving, sailing and windsurfing launch from the marina, while luxe hotels are settled beside the sandy bay.

Northerly Corralejo is the biggest town on Fuerteventura. Its beachfront promenade is in touching distance of the island’s famous wind-whipped sand dunes.
Jandia is a lighthouse-topped peninsula in the south of Fuerteventura. Miles of sandy beaches frame the hook of land, plus there’s a beachside town with a restaurant-packed promenade.
Typical Costs
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Bottle of beer
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Bus return
€ 5
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Cup of coffee
€ 1.50
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Glass of wine
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Main course
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Small souvenir
€ 4
Flight Information

Flight time from the UK to Fuerteventura is around 4 hours 15 minutes.

When to go

Like the rest of the Canaries, Fuerteventura is warm and sunny all year round. The temperature rarely drops below the mid-teens even in the winter months, and things only get hotter in July and August, when they often push past 30°C. You’ll find the island’s trade winds take the edge off the heat, though.

Visa Information

Currently visas are not required for UK citizens travelling to Spain


Restaurant bills in Fuerteventura include a service charge by law in Spain, so whether you choose to tip further is up to you. If you enjoyed the meal and service, it is customary to leave 5-10%. Hotel porters and maids will appreciate a small tip, and while taxi drivers don’t require a tip, it’s common to round up the fare.

Introduction to languages

The official language of Spain is Spanish. English is widely spoken too, so getting by is easy.

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