An amazing island

Located in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Africa, the wild island of Fuerteventura has become one of the most popular holiday destinations in recent years.

Its perfect year-round climate, turquoise waters and miles of white sandy beaches delight children and adults alike.

The island of Fuerteventura offers excellent conditions for water sports. If you wish, the HolidaysHome Fuerteventura customer service team can arrange the activity you wish to do with our own sports and active tourism club Endorfina Club.

The stunning coastline offers unlimited quality and variety for other water sports, such as windsurfing, rowing, swimming, diving, kayaking, sailing and much more. Fuerteventura’s volcanic landscape is popular with mountain bikers, hikers and runners, while the desert side is considered the perfect place for yoga classes and retreats.

Things not to be missed when visiting Fuerteventura

There is always a list of essential things to do when travelling to different places, and we believe that there are certain emblematic places on the island that our guests should not miss, such as:


Where tradition and modernity coexist

Corralejo has a wide range of dining and shopping facilities, with excellent restaurants (we recommend a visit to our Platanera Restaurant) and shops representing the most important fashion brands. But it also offers the atmosphere of a traditional fishing village with a charm that only the towns of Fuerteventura have.

Do not end the day without visiting the vast white sandy beaches with their spectacular turquoise waters and discover the endless dunes that will delight the most adventurous.

La Oliva

Surrounded by a spectacular natural environment

Located in the north of Fuerteventura, La Oliva is surrounded by a spectacular natural environment, with the Corralejo Dunes and the Tindaya Mountain as the most prominent features. La Oliva is a town of stately buildings and was the political, economic and social centre of the island for more than 20 years in the 19th century. Not to be missed are the Casa de los Coroneles ( 18th), one of the best examples of colonial architecture preserved on the island; the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria ( 17th century), whose bell tower was used as a watchtower; and the Casa de la Cilla (19th century), which houses the Museo del Grano (Grain Museum).

Caleta de Fuste

Beaches, golf and more

Caleta de Fuste is known for its golf courses and sheltered beach, located next to the marina. It is located just 7 km from the airport, close to the capital and shopping centres. As well as enjoying the sun and the beach, you can make the most of your holiday by exploring the island, sampling the Canary Islands cuisine, taking part in activities or simply relaxing and getting away from it all. Some of the must-sees in Caleta include the castle, an 18th-century defence tower; the Dreams House Museum, with models of trains and antique toys; and Salinas del Carmen, with its salt museum and whale skeleton.

El Cotillo

A small village with a fishing tradition

This beautiful fishing village has become one of the main attractions of Fuerteventura due to its charm and the beauty of its beaches. El Cotillo has succeeded in preserving its original character and we recommend that you stroll through the streets lined with white houses and discover the many attractions. In the surrounding area, you can visit the Lighthouse of Tostón, at the foot of the sea; the Castle of Tostón, with breathtaking views; and the sandy beaches of La Concha, Los Lagos and Los Charcos.