Fuerteventura is the closest island of the Canaries to the coast of North Africa, being only 100 kilometers from Morocco. It is the second largest and is renowned for its long beaches of golden sand and dunes. The island is a paradise for sun worshippers of water sports. Designated as a Biosphere Reserve, Fuerteventura is a destination where a beautiful natural landscape and a relaxed lifestyle coexist with excellent facilities and attractions.
Corralejo is one of the most developed tourist areas in Fuerteventura. It is located in the north of the island and is a lively and well served town. South of Corralejo there is an area along the 11 km long coast declared a natural park, the Parque Natural de las Dunas de Corralejo. The sand is very clear and beautiful, and from the beach you have a fantastic view of the islands of Los Lobos and Lanzarote. The beach is suitable for children, and since it is endless you can also find some corners where you can practice naturism. The area is also frequented by surfers and kite surfers. Tip: To protect yourself from the wind you can take advantage of the small stone castles that are scattered all over the beach.