Bajo Negro Beach Hot
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!
200 metres of silver sand makes up Caleta de Beatriz. This Jewel of a beach sits on the northernmost point of the island. This is one of Fuerteventura's prize beaches and yet it is very often deserted. This could be because it lies along an unpaved road. Take time to visit this beach, relax unwind and enjoy the natural beauty. Swimming is safe within the lagoon.Because Caleta de Beatriz is out of the way there are no bars or...
The image speaks for itself. Caleta de Marrajo is paradise found with 200 metres of white sand. This beach is located near to the small town of El Cotillo in the north of the island along the west coast.
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...
Costa Calma beach begins as a pebbled area. Nevertheless it soon stretches out into 2190 metres of golden sand and is considered by many to be one of the best beaches on the island of Fuerteventura. Costa Calma is generally favoured by narturists, and there are many facilities available. In addition to surfing, you may hire a catamaran, a banana boat, and a jet ski. Many popular hotels can be found in places along this beach which is...
Del Moro Beach Hot
Playa del Moro is part of the Corralejo sand dunes, and this is an area of the Corralejo nature park which is protected. It is a windy beach consisting of 300 metres of white sand, which of course is top quality in accordance with the Corralejo standard.As with all of Corralejo's beaches, Playe del Moro is of exceptional nautal beauty and not to be missed!
Located on the West coast of Fuerteventura where, as always, the sea is wild. La Escalera translates as the stairs and this is in accordance to the steep steps you must descend in order to reach the beach. No services are available, therefore you will need to take provisions. The beach is usually deserted; you can relax and enjoy solitude amongst the crashing of the waves.
El Burro Beach Hot
Located in the dunes of Corralejo, the 300 metres of white sand that is El Burro translates as the donkey. There are however, no donkey rides here. This beach is popular with kite surfers and is home to the Fuerteventura Kite Festival. It takes place over a three day period during a weekend early in November.This is a truly amazing festival on one of the worlds most beautiful of beaches. Not to be missed!
El Charcón Beach Hot
El Charcón sits away from the busy areas of La Oliva. It consists of 310 metres of golden sand with a scattering of pebbles. The beach is easily accessible it is situated just 20 metres from the dirt track/road that leads to the picturesque town of El Cotillo from Corralejo.