The oldest of the Canary Islands and the second largest after Tenerife, Fuerteventura with its weather conditions similar to Florida and Mexico, offers families all year-round glorious sunshine, miles of uninterrupted beaches and abundance of bars and restaurants. Not forgetting the 160,000 square metre wet and wild world Acua Water Park - home to thrilling slides, huge lazy river, wave pool and kids area.
You'll find some of the most impressive beaches in Europe. With over 150 to explore each with their wind-whipped white sand and crystal turquoise waters, you'll see why this sandy paradise remains a firm favourite among holiday-makers. Its endless coastline is also home to some of the best water sports in the world. A strong surf and reliable winds make the island a perfect place for water sports enthusiasts, with activities including; sailing, snorkelling, surfing, kayaking and paddle boarding. If you venture away from the beautiful beaches, you'll discover its distinctive landscape from the huge rolling sand dunes of Parque Natural de Corralejo, rugged low-lying mountains and vast desert plains.