The busy tourist town of Corralejo is located on the coast in the north of the island 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 sand dunes.
Calle Isaac Peral
Fifth Avenue in Corralejo is a small friendly restaurant with a very nice atmosphere and great food. The fishcake starter was perfect with a well balanced salad, and dressing, I tried the Entracote with a Jack Daniels sauce, which was cooked to perfection and deliciously tender. They didn't serve coffee but they offered to go and fetch me some, which was very nice of them, however, I declined and settled for a nice glass of singe malt whisky, which was divine. With friendly, professional staff, great food, great service, a pleasant atmosphere, and reasonable prices Fifth Avenue is a very popular restaurant, recommended to anyone seeking good food in a pleasant environment. To avoid disappointment it's best to book a table in advance, you can call in and book, or book by telephone.