It’s situated about 780 miles (1255 kilometers) away from Marbella and 300 miles (483 kilometers) from Agadir, Morocco.
Fuerteventura is blessed with a number of coastal spots perfect for relaxing with friends and family. Corralejo Beach and Cofete Beach are among the best local beachside haunts in this coastal location. Some other beaches worth exploring are Ajuy Beach and Costa Calma Beach.
If you are into nature, plan a trip to La Pared and Corralejo Dunes Natural Park, two protected reserves where visitors to Fuerteventura love to come to escape the city. These protected areas are delightful places where you can get out and enjoy the local flora and fauna.
Enjoy the fast greens and challenging fairways at Fuerteventura Golf Course, the best place for eagles and birdies in the Fuerteventura area. Grab your golf bag and cap and tee off, then finish the day in the clubhouse with a few drinks and laughs with friendly locals.
Lighthouses are usually steeped in maritime history and drama; the Jandia Lighthouse on the Fuerteventura coast is one such place. The structure’s iconic shape and setting offers plenty of opportunities for camera buffs, particularly at sunrise and sunset.
In Fuerteventura you'll be sure to enjoy a few remarkable exhibit spaces, including the Casa Museo Unamuno, where history lovers can learn and be challenged. Enjoy the quiet spaces, ask the friendly staff about any one-off exhibitions, pick up a souvenir at the gift shop or just enjoy the echoes of the past.
No mater how many attractions you’ve squeezed into your schedule, no holiday to Fuerteventura is complete without checking out the Betancuria Church.