Fuerteventura Beach Guide

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Fuerteventura, also known as "The beach of the Canaries", boasts over 150 kilometres of sandy beaches with crystal-clear water, spectacular for snorkelling or diving. You can enjoy numerous water-sports on these amazing beaches, perfect for surfing, and a paradise for kite surfing, wind surfing, or simply relaxing, and soaking up the sun.

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Ajuy Beach
Ajuy is a small village located on the West coast of Fuerteventura, around twenty minutes drive from Pajara, The beach is simply stunning with 270 metres of pitch black sand that contrasts perfectly with the turquoise sea. Due to the extreme tidal surge the beach is not suitable for swimming, there is a paved path where you can walk up the cliff and enjoy the vista of the beach and village. The beach is easily accessible and you may...
 
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Baja de Juan Gomez Beach
100 metres of white sandy beach, accessible by sea or by a  4×4 vehicle. Spend some time here and you may well remain stress free throughout the year. With the turquoise sea and silvery sand, this has to be one of the most relaxing beaches in the south of the island.
 
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Bajo Negro Beach
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!
 
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Barlovento
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.
 
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Caleta de Beatriz Beach
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...
 
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Caleta Harbour Clean Up Day
Caleta Harbour Clean Up Day starts on Saturday October 1st 2016 at midday
 
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Casa de Jorós Beach
Casa de Jorós beach comprises of 100 metres of beautiful white sand with a scattering of pebbles. It is situated in the South of the island in the municipality of Pájara. This beach can only be accessed with a 4×4 vehicle or by sea. When hiring a 4x4 vehicle you will need to check that the insurance covers you to drive off road.
 
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Charco de Bristol Beach
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.
 
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Cofete Beach
Cofete beach is accessible via a 20km mostly single file track road.You need to be a confident driver because there are sheer drops to the sides in places. Nevertheless, the stunning scenery makes the drive worthwhile. Please note! You will not be covered by insurance when you drive this route in a normal car, and please check with your car hire company when you rent a 4 x 4 or a quad bike.The beach itself is of outstanding beauty...
 
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Corralejo Dunes Beach
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...
 
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Corralejo Viejo Beach
Corralejo Viejo is located at the central coast of Corralejo in the north of the island. It comprises of 195 metres of fine golden sand, and is close to many shops, bars, cafés, and restaurants. There is a surf school on the beach, and Corralejo Viejo is home to a picturesque promenade and a port from which you may take a ferry to the nearby island of Lanzarote. This laid back beach is easily accessible from the town of...
 
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Corralejo-Calle Colon Beach
Small clean beach with a promenade and a smattering of bars restaurants.
 
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Costa Calma Beach
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...
 
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Del Moro beach,Fuerteventura
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!
 
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Upcoming Fuerteventura Events

Morro Jable Flea Market

Thursday April 25th 2019 09:00 -14:00

The Morro Jable Flea Market is held every Monday and Thursday in the Cosmo shopping centre car park between 09:00 and 14:00

Miguel de Unamuno House Museum

Thursday April 25th 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.

Canary Islands Craft Market

Thursday April 25th 2019 10:00 -14:00

The Canary Islands Craft Market is held every Thursday and Sunday between 10:00 and 14:00 in the El Campanario Shopping Centre,Corralejo, Fuerteventura.

La Alcogida Ecomuseum

Thursday April 25th 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.

Majorero Cheese Museum

Thursday April 25th 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.

Del Carmen Saltworks Museum

Thursday April 25th 2019 10:00 -18:00

The Del Carmen Saltworks Museum is located in the Del Carmen Saltworks at Las Salinas, Fuerteventura.

The only saltworks in Fuerteventura still in operation, comprised of 10 intake ponds, nearly 1000 condensation ponds, the salt warehouse, the salt worker’s house and  the remains of the old quay.