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Sad day today in Fuerteventura, as two people have lost their lives while at the beach in Jandia, in the southern part of the island.
A new event in Fuerteventura this December: the first edition of Antigua Cheese Fair will be celebrated between 9 and 11 of December 2022.
If you’re planning on spending New Year’s Eve in Fuerteventura this year, then you might be wondering what to expect in light of the current pandemic. Most of the large tourist resorts in Fuerteventura – Corralejo, Caleta de Fuste and Morro Jable usually have New Year’s parties each year, followed by fireworks to mark the event. But this year, things will be probably be different…
For many people in Europe, the Christmas season is associated with low temperatures and snow, so for those who are looking to escape the bad weather back home, Caleta de Fuste might be the perfect getaway.
Christmas in Fuerteventura is a unique experience, a mix of wonderful weather and mostly sunny days. And what’s better than a sun tan in December? If you decide to spend your winter holiday here, you are lucky because there is nothing better than Christmas on the beach!
The Area of Infrastructures, Roads and Territorial Planning of the Cabildo de Fuerteventura, directed by President Sergio Lloret, carried out on Wednesday, November 16, a test of a consolidating and stabilizing product for paving, which could be used for ecologically-friendly paving of the road between Morro Jable and Puertito de la Cruz and Cofete.
Sunday was a spectacular closing day at Corralejo Grandes Playas, bidding farewell to the 35th edition of the International Kite Festival.
Fuerteventura starts its presence in the World Travel Market (WTM) with very good data from the British market, which continues to be interested in the island as a destination for beach holidays.
Recently, the World Travel Award offered the prize for Best Vacation Resort to Barceló Fuerteventura Beach in Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura.
In 2022, the International Kite Festival in Fuerteventura will celebrate its 35th edition since it first launched in 1987. The event has started more than 30 years ago and it was simply a gathering put together by people who were passionate about kite flying and since then it has grown with each edition, into the internationally recognized event that it is now.
The Arena Negra Festival will return this November to Gran Tarajal in Fuerteventura to celebrate the second edition of this event.
November is pretty much a transition month – the weather is transitioning towards the winter season, which means that the temperatures will drop a bit and the wind will make its presence felt more than in the previous month.
Halloween wasn’t a big thing in Fuerteventura until the recent years, when this holiday has started gaining popularity in the Canaries as well.
During the last weekend of October, Corralejo will host FEMAR 2022, the first edition of Feria del Mar organized in the municipality of La Oliva.
The Department of Tourism of the Pájara City Council announced the largest drone show in Fuerteventura, as part of the Patron Saint Festivities of Costa Calma. The event will take place on Saturday 29 at 00:00 hours, next to the Costa Calma Soccer Field.
Out of all the carnivals in Fuerteventura, the carnival in Corralejo is probably the most expected one of all.
After opening its first stores in Tenerife and Gran Canaria, the ALDI supermarket chain is soon expanding and opening its first store in Fuerteventura as well.
Pajara will host this month a music festival that will take place in the towns of Morro Jable, La Lajita and Costa Calma from October 8 to 29 and will feature artists like Camela, Los Screensavers or Shaila Durcal.
The Cabildo de Fuerteventura, through the Ministry of Transport and the Tiadhe intercity transport concessionaire, has launched a special bus service for the Caleta de Fuste Beach Party 2022.
The City Council of Antigua has announced that the popular Beach Party in Caleta de Fuste will be organized once again this year between October 7 and 8.
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▷ Fuerteventura travel guide: what to see in 4 days
So many destinations to visit and places to explore in the world! That is why in Lopesan Group we want to provide you a complete travel guide on what to see in Fuerteventura in 4 days during your holidays. Would you like to visit this island?
Fuerteventura is a destination plenty of surprises you must visit. If you add the fact that it has one of the best climates not only in Spain, but in the whole world, we are sure that you will not think it twice.
Despite its size, in these 4 days you can venture from north to south along the coast of the “Majorero” territory, the name of this Canary Island given by its habitants. What to see in Fuerteventura in 4 days? Find out with us!
- 1 Interesting details about Fuerteventura
- 2 What to see in Fuerteventura in 4 days?
- 2. 1 1. The Northern Route in Fuerteventura
- 2.2 2. Visit Isla de Lobos and El Cotillo
- 2.3 3. Inland excursion
- 2.4 4. South of Fuerteventura
- 3 Where to stay in Fuerteventura?
Interesting details about Fuerteventura
Before starting the guide route about what to see in Fuerteventura in 4 days, we think it is important to show you some interesting details of the island that may encourage you to visit it:
- With around 80 km of beaches, it is the largest coastline of the Canary Islands.
- The majorero cheese is a delicatessen produced and elaborated on the island, which has won several international awards.
- It has the largest extension of dunes in the Canary archipelago.
- Its climate is quite good throughout the year.
What to see in Fuerteventura in 4 days?
We are going to tell you our recommendations about places you can see in Fuerteventura in 4 days. We have prepared a list with destinations you should visit if you are on the island. Let’s go!
1. The Northern Route in Fuerteventura
In the north of the island, we find one of the most important tourist centres of Fuerteventura, Corralejo, where in just one day you can visit several must-see places such as its amazing dunes, which is the largest sandy area of the Canary Islands. They cover 2,6000 hectares of the pure desert, perfect for adventure lovers.
If you want to spend a completely different moment in Corralejo you must go to Acua Water Park, a water park with high slides and wave pools, perfect for the whole family.
Finish your day in Plaza Patricio Calero, the “Heart of Corralejo”, where much of the social and cultural life of the town takes place. It is the starting point for walking and finding a good restaurant or bar and taste the best of Fuerteventura’s typical food.
2. Visit Isla de Lobos and El Cotillo
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After visiting the north part of Fuerteventura, from Corralejo there are several excursions to Isla de Lobos, where you can spend a relaxing or adventurous day, depending on what you are looking for.
Ferries leave from the port of Corralejo for this idyllic island every half hour, as the route there takes just 15 minutes. Once you disembark, you will find the waters so crystal-clear that they may seem unreal at first sight. Once inside the Isla de Lobos, you can visit the peaceful Playa de la Concha and further inland is the circular route to La Caldera, a natural area you can enjoy in a group or alone.
Without any doubt, in this guide about what to see in Fuerteventura in 4 days you cannot miss the fantastic Isla de Lobos. However, due to the preservation of the landscape and the environment, tourists are only allowed to enjoy the island for 4 hours, so once back, from Corralejo you can go to another charming destination: El Cotillo.
The coastal village El Cotillo is another amazing town in La Oliva. This place is perfect to sit down and eat a good fresh fish with the typical Canarian “papas arrugadas”. Then you can walk through its picturesque streets and reach its lighthouse, which is one of the magical spots where you can enjoy an incredible sunset.
3. Inland excursion
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Continuing the route about what to see in Fuerteventura in 4 days, we left the paradisiacal islands behind to enter one of the most interesting places of the island, Betancuria, where you can know most of its history and, at the same time, discover a different perspective of the island.
The old town of Betancuria takes you back in time to the “Majorera” island’s past with its streets and buildings. This is an example that this destination is important due to its majestic natural spots and its rich culture.
Its main attraction is the Church of Santa María, which combines Baroque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Mudejar elements inside and outside. El Convent of San Buenaventura and the Archaeological Museum are other essential places in Betancuria.
4. South of Fuerteventura
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Arriving at the south of Fuerteventura, you will find the beaches that are probably considered to be the best on the whole island, among which we highlight Playa de Cofete, located in the amazing Jandía Natural Park.
The landscape looks like something out of a film, with its 13.7 km long and 50 m wide of golden sand and crystal-clear waters. Here you can learn about the history of the island in the Aldea de Cofete, the cemetery and the mansion or Villa Winter.
The adventure does not finish here, 40 minutes by car you will reach the wonderful town of Morro Jable, which is a tourist reference due to its beaches and emblematic spots, such as the Saladar de Jandía (protected wetland), the Faro del Morro Jable in the Matorral or the Church of Nuestra Señora del Carmen, among others.
Where to stay in Fuerteventura?
Now you know what to see in Fuerteventura in 4 days, you just need to pack your suitcase, buy a flight ticket … and book a… hotel.
To visit one of these incredible places, in Lopesan Group we have an excellent stay offer. If you need more information about our hotels and offers, visit us on our website and plan your dream trip. Start your adventure!
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Spain, Fuerteventura from 443 euros
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Weather forecast*: air +20°С, night +17°С, water +19°С
*approximately at the time of travel in January
departure on January 23 for 8 nights
Tour program: departure from St. Petersburg on January 23 in the evening, flight to Amsterdam. Walk and overnight in Amsterdam. 24 January morning flight to Fuerteventura. Arrival to Fuerteventura in the morning of the same day. From 22 to 31 January holidays in Fuerteventura. January 31 in the morning flight to Amsterdam. Walk and overnight in Amsterdam. Departure from Amsterdam to St. Petersburg in the afternoon on February 1, arrival in St. Petersburg on February 1 in the evening.
Hampshire Hotel Theater District 3* no meals + Castillo Beach 2* no meals 443 euro
Hampshire Hotel Theater District 3* no meals + Apartamentos Surfing Colors 3* breakfasts 567 euros
Hampshire Hotel Theater District 3* no meals + Hotel Geranios Suites & Spa 4* breakfasts 627 euros
Hampshire Hotel Theater District 3* no meals + Esmeralda Maris 4* no meals euro
Hampshire Hotel Theater District 3* no meals + Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahia Real G. L. 5* breakfasts 1071 EUR
Cost per person based on double occupancy
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Amsterdam and Fuerteventura with the indicated type of food.
Extra charge: health insurance 1 euro per day.
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