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Corralejo holidays are incredibly popular with tourists, yet this pretty town has maintained its rustic charm. The former fishing village has preserved some of its traditional cottages, low-rise buildings, winding streets and beautiful sand dunes. Go windsurfing and kite-boarding at the Grandes Playas nature park or simply soak in the sun under a parasol on the broad golden beaches. Located 41km from Fuerteventura airport, you'll enjoy the beautiful coastline full of sand dunes and the volcanic landscape around Montaña Roja. Visit the busy resort of Caleta de Fuste, a watersports paradise 45km away, filled with swanky resorts and hotels.

 

In the evenings, Corralejo's main street Avenida del Generalisimo Franco buzzes with life. It's worth exploring the lesser-known islets such as Los Lobos, where you can take a 15-minute boat trip and enjoy first-class snorkelling at the deserted island. If you like nature, Parque Natural de las Dunas de Corralejo, is a natural reserve for birds, lizards and desert rabbits.

 

Book an unforgettable Corralejo holiday today and experience this fantastic resort for yourself. 

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Places to go and things to do in Corralejo

Surf’s Up

Surf’s Up

The beaches of Corralejo are known to have some of the best surf in Europe, so whether you're an expert or just adventurous, grab a board and ride some waves.

In Corralejo, you can find a range of surf spots. Some of the most famous include Rocky Point, El Moro, and Punta Elena, also known as "Bubble". Each of these beaches has its own unique characteristics and challenges, from rocky shores to powerful, tube-forming waves.

If you're new to the sport or looking to enhance your surfing skills, there are several surf schools in Corralejo offering lessons.

These schools provide professional instruction and can cater to a range of skill levels, from complete beginners to advanced surfers seeking to refine their technique. They also provide equipment rental, so you don't need to worry about bringing your own gear. You can learn to surf in a safe and supportive environment, with experienced instructors guiding you every step of the way.

Relaxation

Fuerteventura is home to some of the best beaches in the whole of the Canaries.

Cofete Beach is one of the most popular and best beaches in Fuerteventura. It's located on an isolated sandbank and offers stunning views as you traverse the Jandía mountain range to get there.

Located near the town of Pájara on the Jandía Peninsula, Sotavento beach is one of the most impressive in Fuerteventura. It consists of several beaches and is great for water sports such as surfing, sailing, and windsurfing.

Known for its impressive dunes and beautiful white sand beaches, Corralejo is one of the top tourist places in Fuerteventura. It offers calm tides due to very little wind, but it also attracts a lot of tourists. There are remote coves in the area for those seeking quieter spots. The southern part of the beach is popular with nudists, so be warned! 

Los Lobos

Take the pleasant 15-minute boat ride to Los Lobos, for the perfect day of sun, sea and snorkelling.

The deserted island has some of the best snorkelling in the Canaries, alongside flora and fauna you won’t find anywhere else in the world. If you don’t fancy snorkelling, exploring the island by foot is equally as enjoyable.

Embark on a delightful adventure by taking a leisurely 15-minute boat ride to the enchanting island of Los Lobos, where a day filled with sun, sea, and snorkelling awaits. This hidden gem in the Canaries offers an unparalleled snorkelling experience, showcasing an underwater world teeming with vibrant marine life and captivating coral formations. Immerse yourself in the crystal-clear waters and witness the beauty of this submerged paradise, surrounded by species of flora and fauna that are unique to this extraordinary location.

For those seeking a more immersive experience, venture deeper into the heart of the island, where you'll stumble upon ancient ruins and remnants of a bygone era. Uncover the secrets of Los Lobos as you traverse its picturesque trails and let the island's rich history unfold before your eyes.

Hit the Back Streets

Embark on a delightful culinary journey as you follow the cheerful yellow tapas sign at the end of the bustling harbour, leading you to a trail of hidden gems nestled within the charming backstreets.

These traditional tapas bars hold the secrets to an authentic dining experience, where the vibrant flavors of the Canarian cuisine come to life.

Step into these cozy establishments and prepare to be tantalized by a wide selection of delectable dishes, each one a testament to the rich culinary heritage of the region. The scent of sizzling seafood fills the air, drawing you closer to the delights that await. Freshly caught fish takes centre stage on the menu, prepared with care and expertise to ensure a truly unforgettable gastronomic adventure.

One of the standout dishes you'll encounter is the beloved papas arrugadas, a Canarian delicacy that showcases the simplicity and ingenuity of local cuisine. This mouthwatering creation consists of tender new potatoes boiled in salted water until their skins become delightfully wrinkled, giving them their unique texture and flavour.

Places to go and things to do in Corralejo

Surf’s Up

Surf’s Up


The beaches of Corralejo are known to have some of the best surf in Europe, so whether you're an expert or just adventurous, grab a board and ride some waves.

In Corralejo, you can find a range of surf spots. Some of the most famous include Rocky Point, El Moro, and Punta Elena, also known as "Bubble". Each of these beaches has its own unique characteristics and challenges, from rocky shores to powerful, tube-forming waves.

If you're new to the sport or looking to enhance your surfing skills, there are several surf schools in Corralejo offering lessons.

These schools provide professional instruction and can cater to a range of skill levels, from complete beginners to advanced surfers seeking to refine their technique. They also provide equipment rental, so you don't need to worry about bringing your own gear. You can learn to surf in a safe and supportive environment, with experienced instructors guiding you every step of the way.

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Relaxation

Relaxation


Fuerteventura is home to some of the best beaches in the whole of the Canaries.

Cofete Beach is one of the most popular and best beaches in Fuerteventura. It's located on an isolated sandbank and offers stunning views as you traverse the Jandía mountain range to get there.

Located near the town of Pájara on the Jandía Peninsula, Sotavento beach is one of the most impressive in Fuerteventura. It consists of several beaches and is great for water sports such as surfing, sailing, and windsurfing.

Known for its impressive dunes and beautiful white sand beaches, Corralejo is one of the top tourist places in Fuerteventura. It offers calm tides due to very little wind, but it also attracts a lot of tourists. There are remote coves in the area for those seeking quieter spots. The southern part of the beach is popular with nudists, so be warned! 

Read More
Los Lobos

Los Lobos


Take the pleasant 15-minute boat ride to Los Lobos, for the perfect day of sun, sea and snorkelling.

The deserted island has some of the best snorkelling in the Canaries, alongside flora and fauna you won’t find anywhere else in the world. If you don’t fancy snorkelling, exploring the island by foot is equally as enjoyable.

Embark on a delightful adventure by taking a leisurely 15-minute boat ride to the enchanting island of Los Lobos, where a day filled with sun, sea, and snorkelling awaits. This hidden gem in the Canaries offers an unparalleled snorkelling experience, showcasing an underwater world teeming with vibrant marine life and captivating coral formations. Immerse yourself in the crystal-clear waters and witness the beauty of this submerged paradise, surrounded by species of flora and fauna that are unique to this extraordinary location.

For those seeking a more immersive experience, venture deeper into the heart of the island, where you'll stumble upon ancient ruins and remnants of a bygone era. Uncover the secrets of Los Lobos as you traverse its picturesque trails and let the island's rich history unfold before your eyes.

Read More
Hit the Back Streets

Hit the Back Streets


Embark on a delightful culinary journey as you follow the cheerful yellow tapas sign at the end of the bustling harbour, leading you to a trail of hidden gems nestled within the charming backstreets.

These traditional tapas bars hold the secrets to an authentic dining experience, where the vibrant flavors of the Canarian cuisine come to life.

Step into these cozy establishments and prepare to be tantalized by a wide selection of delectable dishes, each one a testament to the rich culinary heritage of the region. The scent of sizzling seafood fills the air, drawing you closer to the delights that await. Freshly caught fish takes centre stage on the menu, prepared with care and expertise to ensure a truly unforgettable gastronomic adventure.

One of the standout dishes you'll encounter is the beloved papas arrugadas, a Canarian delicacy that showcases the simplicity and ingenuity of local cuisine. This mouthwatering creation consists of tender new potatoes boiled in salted water until their skins become delightfully wrinkled, giving them their unique texture and flavour.

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