Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real,Corralejo,FuerteventuraFeaturedHot
Based in a spectacular part of the north of Fuerteventura, this hotel offers striking views of the nearby islands, Lobos and Lanzarote. It is also a short walk away from the white, sandy beaches of Corralejo Natural Dune Park. Moorish style is at the heart of the hotel, creating an oasis of earthy tones and lush flora that blend seamlessly with contemporary details. The rooms are so sumptuous you may never want to leave them and the heavenly Spa Bahía Vital is just as captivating with its sunlit vitality pools. You will certainly be tempted by a choice of six gourmet restaurants. Spoil yourself with Spanish and Japanese à la carte cuisine, along with Michelin-starred creations at La Cúpula and dining overlooking the sea at the Coco Beach Lounge & Club.
Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real,Corralejo,Fuerteventura is located in Corralejo, Fuerteventura.
The busy tourist town of Corralejo is located on the north coast of Fuerteventura in the municipality of La Oliva. The old town is based around the harbour, which was originally used by local fishermen, and now has a marina, and a ferry terminal. From here you can take the ferry to the nearby island of Lanzarote, passing the island of Los Lobos on the way, which you can also take a ferry to. Apart from the hundreds of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, hotels, villas and apartments some of the island's finest beaches can also be found here. There's eleven kilometres of top quality sand that stretches along the coast south of Corralejo where there are also sand dunes which are amazing as they change often with the wind.
Corralejo is a modern laid-back low-rise resort where beach lovers come for the year-round sunshine, surfers for the breaks, families for the endless things to do and couples to chill out and feel the natural vibes of Fuerteventura with hundreds of places to relax, eat and drink or dance and party. Corralejo isn't huge and getting around is easy on foot, you can hire bikes, and taxis are very cheap compared to the UK.