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Fuerteventura Hotels and Apartments
Hotels and Apartments in Fuerteventura
There are a wide range of Fuerteventura hotels and apartments located on this beautiful and intriguing island. For those that just want to relax by the pool an all-inclusive hotel in Fuerteventura is ideal as you don’t have to worry about leaving the hotel grounds. The hotels in Fuerteventura range from budget apartments to luxury villas and hotels. If you are on a budget, there are many hotels in Fuerteventura that you can book that won’t break the bank. You can also find cheap apartments in Fuerteventura in all the resorts. Whether you are travelling with family, as couples or with friends, you can find accommodation in Fuerteventura for everyone.
With golden sand beaches, the crystal clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean and an abundance of sunshine all year-round it’s not a surprise that Fuerteventura is one of the nation’s favourite holiday destinations. This stunning volcanic island has mile upon mile of golden sand and a landscape that offers jagged cliffs, craters, wildlife and ravines. The island thrives from its fishing industry but tourism has been gently introduced to the island and that means that it has retained a lot of its appealing and natural features.
Where to Stay in Fuerteventura
Fortunately, Fuerteventura has a number of different resorts to suit whatever kind of holiday you feel like. If you want a livelier holiday, then perhaps Corralejo is the place for you. There are many all-inclusive hotels in Corralejo which you can book and enjoy adventurous holidays with unlimited food and drinks. Various Fuerteventura hotels are located along the gorgeous beaches and harbours. These Fuerteventura accommodations are suitable for all budgets as you can find 3 star as well as 5 star hotels here.
In the centre of the island is the purpose built resort of Caleta de Fuste where you can find accommodation in Fuerteventura for all budgets and taste. Driving through high-ridges and a moon like landscapes the resort appears like a desert oasis. In the south is the islands most impressive beach known as Sotavento. A 13-mile-long tidal lagoon will certainly appeal to any beach worshipper and lined with all kinds of hotels in Fuerteventura.
What to See and do in Fuerteventura
Fuerteventura is an island that has so much to offer when it comes to attractions and activities. For the adventurous type, why not consider taking advantage of the wild winds and take part in kite surfing or windsurfing? It doesn’t stop there because could head out to the magical reefs and do some diving, taking in the array of colours and different species of fish. For those who prefer a more simplistic approach there is a golf course, submarine trips and boat trips to Lobos although you will need plenty of sunscreen! For something different, take a trip across the island on a 4x4 tour to find deserted coves and hidden volcanos or for the little kids and big kids amongst us why not head to the Fuerteventura Oasis Park – home to 3,000 animals!
Night Life in Fuerteventura
This holiday destination is more for couples and families, which means that the nightlife is a little more relaxed. This by no means indicates that it is quiet but it is possible for families and couples to enjoy a quiet drink at some traditional watering holes or sample sangria at one of the many karaoke bars. Live music is available in some bars and a wide ranges of beers, wines and cocktails make add to the relaxed atmosphere as the sun goes down. The hotels in Fuerteventura also offer live music and DJ nights during peak season.
What to Eat in Fuerteventura
As an island that is known for its fishing industry, there is plenty of fish and seafood available. Often it will be enjoyed with papas arrugudas which are wrinkly potatoes and a chilli sauce known as mojo. Aside from fish, many of the specialities include goat and the award winning goat’s cheese is an absolute must-try. However, for those who prefer a variety of dishes from around the world, there are plenty of restaurants for you to choose from. Get your fill of meat and get your tastebuds working overtime with some delicious Mexican food. There really is something for everyone. If you have booked one of the all-inclusive hotels in Fuerteventura, you are in for a delectable experience with large buffet varieties all in one plate.
Shopping in Fuerteventura
As with many holiday destinations, there are many souvenir shops to choose from. For those who like their fridge magnets or aloe vera, for which the island is known for there are shops dotted around all of the main tourist hot spots. There are shopping centres for those who take their shopping seriously where they can purchase luxury clothing, perfumes and watches. You can find various apartments in Fuerteventura located in the close to the markets where everything is available and you can have a convenient stay. There are supermarkets located at multiple places and ideal for buying groceries, vegetables, etc. if you are cooking on your own. The Agro-Artisan Market Fuerteventura at Pajara is a colourful Sunday market selling all kinds of stuff at dirt cheap prices.
How Much Spending Money Will You Need?
The prices in Fuerteventura are on par with many other places in Europe. Beer and wine is relatively cheap costing around 2 Euros and 4 Euros respectively while soft drinks are around 1.75 Euros. The price of restaurants varies as some restaurants offer fine dining while others offer simpler menus designed to cater for all. On average a meal for two will cost around 30 Euros and if you decide to take a taxi so you can really enjoy the atmosphere then this will cost 4 Euros to start with an additional 1.5 Euros per KM.
Fun Facts about Fuerteventura
- Currency: Euros
- Language: Spanish
- Nearest airport: Fuerteventura airport (FUE)
- Flight time from Dublin to Fuerteventura: 4 hours 25 minutes
- Known for its wine and goat’s cheese