The sandy coastline of Fuerteventura stretches for miles. Playa Sotavento is an open expanse of silky shoreline that also hosts the PWA Windsurfing and Kitesurfing World Cup. Costa Calma and Costa Caleta are also both popular for its crystalline waters and white-gold sands.
The sand dunes of the Corralejo Natural Park make it one of Fuerteventura’s most popular attractions. They stretch for 27 square miles at the northern tip of the island. It’s also worth making the journey inland for stargazing at the Tefia Observatory.
You’ll find a rich range of towns along the coastline of Fuerteventura. In the south, there’s Morro Jable, with a scenic harbour and upmarket shops, while in the north you’ll find Corralejo, La Oliva and Costa Calma.