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Bajo Negro Beach
 
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Location  Corralejo   La Oliva


In contrast to its name, 500 metres of white sand of the most excellent quality makes up Bajo Negro beach. It is situated opposite the Corralejo sand dunes in the north of the island. A visit to Bajo Negro is an amazing experience not to be missed!
Barlovento
 
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Location  Pajara   Pajara


Barlovento beach comprises of 5700 metres of white sand. A stunning view can be seen from the Pico de la Zarza, an uphill route that takes approximately five hours and is popular with hikers and climbers. Sea conditions are wild here and Barlovento beach can be accessed via Cofete beach to the south.
Charco de Bristol Beach
 
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Location  Corralejo   La Oliva


Charco de Bristol is yet another example of Corralejo's top quality sand.  This beach stretches to 100 metres in length and has a width spanning approximately 30 metres. Although the sea is usually wild around Corralejo (perfect for surfing) Charco de Bristol is much softer and therefore ideal for swimming.
Corralejo Dunes Beach
 
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Location  Corralejo   La Oliva


11km of sand dunes are situated south of Corralejo town. From here the islands of 'Los Lobos' and 'Lanzarote' can be seen. The beach is of exemplary natural beauty and is popular with wind surfers, kite surfers, and naturists, The sand is white and as with most of Corralejo it is of the highest quality. The beach is easily accessible and you may park at the roadside, there's a bus stop at the Corralejo end, and also...
El bajo medio Beach
 
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Location  Corralejo   La Oliva


El Bajo Medio is one of the sublime beaches of Corralejo. It consists of 100 metres of the best quality of white sand.Popular with naturist, however if you prefer privacy you can hide behind the dunes.
Glassbeach
 
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Location  Corralejo   La Oliva


Glass beach is situated on the north east coast of the Island. A very popular beach with the surfing crowd and used by many of the local surf schools. This beautiful white sandy beach is popular with tourists as it is a quiet and peaceful beach is only accessible by car,
Gran Tarajal Beach, Fuerteventura
 
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Location  Gran Tarajal   Tuineje


The long beach of Gran Tarajal comprises of fine dark sand. It is not a tourist beach, it is frequented by locals and ex pats. Beach football is available and open showers and water taps (not drinking water) are situated along the beach. A selection of bars and restaurants are located along the beach and you may park on the roadside in town or in the marked bays.
Grandes Playas Beach
 
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Location  Corralejo   La Oliva


This beach is situated between the two large hotels in the sand dunes and easily accessible via bus from Corralejo, or Puerto. To access these beaches on foot or cycling head south from Beach Cafe on the seafront across the waste ground, or by car park at the Atlantico Centre where there is ample free parking.
Las Playitas Beach
 
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Location  Las Playitas   Tuineje


Local fishermen depart from Las Playitas, a beautiful beach with black sand and a scattering of black pebbles. It is located just north of Gran Tarajal and signposted from the main road.Here you can find a surfing school, and you may hire a catamaran, kayak, and surfboard. You might want to take a picnic although you can return to the town where there are bars and restaurants. You may park in the parking bays along the road....
Los Pozos Beach
 
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This blue flag beach is very popular with locals and tourists. Situated near to the town centre ensures that after an enjoyable time at the beach you can choose to eat and drink at one of the many bars or restaurants.
Paseo Marítimo Promenade Beach
 
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Location  Caleta de Fuste   Antigua


Clean, sandy beaches accessible from the Atlantico Centre.
Playa Chica Beach
 
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This is a sandy urban beach with crystal clear water. It has been restored and furbished by the city of Puerto del Rosario the capital of Fuerteventura. Frequented mainly by the locals . Tourists also find this picturesque beach very relaxing. Good for the whole family to enjoy.
Puerto Lajas Beach
 
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This beach is situated on the eastern coast of the island and is a very quiet and peaceful beach witk a mixture of b;ack sand and pebbles. Very popular with families as there are plenty of sandy areas for children to play where the water is shallow and calm. There are showers, and wheelchair/buggy ramps, and plenty of places to park. Puerto Lajas is around ten minutes by car from Puerto del Rosario and is also...
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Upcoming Fuerteventura Events

Tuesday April 23rd 2019 09:00 -14:00

Caleta de Fuste Street Market is held every Tuesday and Saturday between 09:00 and 14:00 next to the bus station in Caleta de Fuste,Fuerteventura.

Tuesday April 23rd 2019 09:00 -14:00

Corralejo Flea Market is held every Tuesday and Friday between 09:00 and 14:00 in the Acua Water Park car park (formerly Baku Water Park), Corralejo, Fuerteventura.

Tuesday April 23rd 2019 09:00 -13:00

The Miguel de Unamuno House Museum, in the heart of the old Puerto de Cabras, commemorates the passage of the famous writer through Fuerteventura. It is a house from the 19th century which, in other times, served as a guesthouse under the name of Hotel Fuerteventura.

Tuesday April 23rd 2019 10:00 -16:00

La Oliva Traditional Market (Mercado de las Tradiciones) is held every Tuesday and Friday between 10:00 and 14:00 at Casa del Coronel in the town of La Oliva, Fuerteventura.

Tuesday April 23rd 2019 10:00 -18:00

To visit La Alcogida is to experience the way of life of Fuerteventuran peasants over the last few decades. Stone houses, whitewashed and with gabled roofs, welcome the visitor to the La Alcogida Eco-Museum, located in the village of Tefía in Puerto del Rosario. Its roofs are made of “torta” (a mix of water, earth and straw) which, with the advent of winter rains, is what gives the walls their ancient appearance. In summer the walls are repainted to once again display their pure and perfect white.

Tuesday April 23rd 2019 10:00 -18:00

Discover the origins of the famous Majorero cheese at the Majorero Cheese Museum. The Majorera goats are acknowledged to be amongst the most productive in the world, the excellent quality of their dense, aromatic and fatty milk is one of the main secrets of Majorero cheese.

The Majorero Cheese Museum is located in Antigua, Fuerteventura, as well as the Museum there's also a windmill, gardens, a shop and restaurant.