Fuerteventura - Beautiful, endless beaches
Fuerteventura is the oldest of the Canary Islands. Of volcanic origin, its azure ocean and gorgeous, endless sandy beaches are most impressive. The inland landscape also leaves a lasting impression.
The tourist destinations are Jandía in the south, Costa Calma and Corralejo in the north. On Fuerteventura you have many options: On the one hand you can lay on the beaches with lots of other tourists and enjoy the sunshine, on the other hand you can easily find a lonely beach to set your mind free of stress. Whether in the high sandy dunes of Corralejo in north of Fuerteventura or on a southern beach stretching for miles and miles, everybody can find their own paradise.
Capital: Puerto del Rosario
Population: approx. 100.000
Size: approx. 1.700 km2, second largest Canary Island
Climate: Mild, in midsummer approx. 28 degrees, during winter approx. 24 degrees, only a few rainy days a year
Location: Located to the east within the Canary Islands, south of Lanzarote, situated 120 km west of the Moroccan coast, in the Atlantic Ocean.
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