The 10 Most Beautiful Beaches In Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura beach |  © Ruben/Flickr
Fuerteventura beach | © Ruben/Flickr
Photo of Andreea Pavaloiu
9 February 2017

Imagine miles and miles of deserted white sand and a clear sea and you begin to feel a little of what Spain’s Canary Islands are all about. This is one of the most beautiful and popular destinations, beloved by tourists from all over the world. Just off the coast of North Africa, the island of Fuerteventura is a sandy paradise with year-round sunshine.

Fuerteventura beach | © Ruben/Flickr

Caleta de Fuste

Also known as ‘Shank’s Shark’, Caleta stretches for over 800 meters. With golden sand and a relaxed vibe, this beach is a big hit with families.

Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura, Spain

Corralejo Beach

Located just south of the resort Corralejo, in the northern part of the island, Corralejo Beach is another Fuerteventura must, stretching for six miles along the coast. Bordering a national park, this beach can be easily reached by bus.

Corralejo Beach, Fuerteventura, Spain

Cofete Beach

Tourists who choose to enjoy this destination will have the chance to enjoy the silence of Fuerteventura‘s deep south. A short and fast 20-kilometer dirt track leads to the perfectly-isolated Cofete Beach. The challenging ride, however, will require something more suited than a standard hire car. This is a beautiful place with the Jandia Mountains towering above the sea.

Cofeta Beach, Fuerteventura, Spain

Esmeralda Beach

Located on Costa Calma, Playa Esmeralda is one of the most popular beaches here. With some of the most gentle waves and a golden-sand beach, relaxing here is exactly how paradise should feel and look.

Esmeralda Beach, Fuerteventura, Spain

Esquinzo Beach

Although confused with the more popular Ezquino-Butihondo, Ezquino beach is located on the northern side of Fuerteventura. This beach is six kilometers from the nearest town, making it a great place to fully relax and unwind. It’s also paradise for surf enthusiasts, given the constant rollers that come in off the ocean.

Esquinzo Beach, Fuerteventura, Spain

Lobos Island

Regular boat trips leave from Corralejo to the tiny Lobos Island daily. A short 10-minute ferry journey brings tourists into a new world of protected natural landscapes. The entire island is a nature reserve, meaning that the waters around the island are teeming with fish and marine wildlife. The island is pretty small, and it takes only a couple of hours to explore it, but there are many secluded beaches to enjoy and coves to wander.

Lobos Island, Fuerteventura, Spain

Ajuy Beach

Ajuy beach’s popularity is due mostly to the contrast between the blue water and the pitch black sand. Swimming here is not recommended because of the torrential surge, yet the beach is always crowded and famed for its magnificent scenery.

Ajuy Beach, Fuerteventura, Spain

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