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Fuerteventura is the second-largest Canary island after Tenerife:
This is an island that has remained relatively undeveloped compared to its neighbours, despite becoming ever more popular with those looking for a relaxing sun-and-sea break.
There are no high-rise resorts, no concrete jungles. Instead, it’s been designed sympathetically so you get more of an authentic Canaries experience. But that’s not to say it’s overly quiet and has got nothing going on.
The capital, Puerto del Rosario, and the largest beach resort, Corralejo, are both quite lively, with bars, restaurants and clubs catering well for holidaymakers when they’ve had enough of the beach. However, there’s nowhere near the buzzing atmosphere you’ll find in the south coast resorts of Tenerife or Gran Canaria.
If this were an album review, and Fuerteventura the artist in question, phrases like Appeals to Everyone and Middle of the Road would be bandied around.
As to scenery, it’s Fuerteventura’s beaches that really steal the show. They’re arguably the best swathes of sand in the Canaries. In fact, they wouldn’t look out of place in the Caribbean. We’re talking magnificent golden dunes that seem to just go on and on and on. The kind of beaches where finding a spot all to yourself just isn’t a problem.
Just 60 miles from Africa and with some of the best beaches this side of the Caribbean, Fuerteventura is a favourite place of pilgrimage for sun-worshippers.
The actual weather and weatherforecasts for Fuerteventura:
|• Airport weather Fuerteventura
||• 5 day weather forecast for Fuerteventura|
• Weather Map for the Canary Islands