Fuerteventura Travel Guide

by our Spain expert Conrad Freethy
Conrad FreethyClosest to Africa, Fuerteventura is the oldest and also the least developed of the Canary Islands. For those seeking to escape the hubbub of busier coasts, the island’s 150 beaches will leave them spoilt for choice. Some feature golden sands, others dark volcanic pebbles. Many are backed with rolling dunes that lead the eye over largely low and rolling hills parched by the sun, but enjoying a climate milder and kinder than its Saharan neighbour. Resort life serves up a host of sporting options – golf and tennis, with surfboards and glass-bottomed boats eager to whisk you out to sea. Inland, sleepy village squares hide artisan workshops while neat little chapels mark time, looking out over a landscape dotted with goats, geckos and windmills.

Spain Facts

National Flag: Spanish Flag
Language(s): Spanish
Currency: Euro
Dialling Code: +34
Time Zones: Madrid : GMT + 1
Canary Islands : GMT
Balearic Islands : GMT + 1
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