Fuerteventura is the most tranquil of the Canaries, offering a laidback atmosphere and perennial sunshine. Boasting 3,000 hours of sun every year, fascinating history, culture and cuisine, there’s little wonder Fuerteventura villa holidays are a popular choice with both couples and families alike. A place of natural beauty, Fuerteventura offers stretches of sand dunes and unspoilt beaches, as well as nature reserves and rugged volcanic landscapes.
Our villas in Fuerteventura are perfectly placed, allowing you to take advantage of everything the island has to offer. You can spend your days unwinding on the beach, windsurfing the island’s famous waves, or mountain biking through the scenery. Whether you’re heading off for an unforgettable family holiday, jetting off as a group, or hoping for some quality time with your partner, our villas with private pools in Fuerteventura are situated on the island’s 2 most popular destinations - Corralejo and Caleta de Fuste. No matter which you choose, with Villa Plus, you can expect an unforgettable getaway in a warm and sunny climate.
Our villas give you a brilliant base from which to explore, or a home from home you need hardly leave at all! You can choose any one of our villas in Fuerteventura and enjoy a holiday you will dream about for many years to come! They are all located in or near Corralejo, some close to the main drag and the town beach, others in the gentle outskirts of the resort, or the surrounding countryside. If you want to get out and about, there are boat trips to Lanzarote and Lobos, golf and tennis, scenic walks and water parks, camel rides and karaoke!
If you’re looking for a wide beach where you can soak up the sun and enjoy sailing, windsurfing and diving, Caleta de Fuste is a great choice. Because of its location, the beaches are sheltered, making it a popular destination for families. When the sun sets, you have a choice of bars and restaurants from English pubs and Karaoke bars to high-end restaurants. What’s more there are 2 golf courses, so if you’re a golf fan, this is the place to be!
If you want a totally relaxed, sun sea and sand holiday, Corralejo delivers in spades! Once a fishing village with whitewashed cottages clustered around a small harbour and a white sandy beach, Correlejo is now a major holiday resort. the town has still retained some of its original laid-back Spanish charm despite its popularity with sun lovers from all around the world.
There is nowhere else in the Canaries with as many large sand dunes and long sandy beaches as here in Fuerteventura. Even though most of the land consists of stone and volcanic rock, these are some of the most impressive beaches in the whole of Europe. The island’s main beach resort is located on the north tip of the island, Corralejo, and offers a great choice of shopping, restaurants, bars and villas.
How brave are you? Could you cope with chutes like the Black Hole? Or hurtle at 19mph down a multi-lane racer chute? Acua Waterpark is dare-devil heaven, plus there’s also a wave pool, a lazy river, and a couple of whirlpools. The park offers a gentler experience for tiny tots and those looking to relax. Younger children are also well catered for and can have fun splashing about in shallow waters, racing down animal-shaped slides and dancing under mushrooms.
When you set off from your villa for a day on the beach, you have a great choice! You are just going to have to find your personal favourite. In the town there is the smallest beach within a sheltered bay. Or if size matters, Flag Beach is the biggest, an endless expanse which is heaven for surfers and kite-boarders. In fact, Flag Beach is really three beaches that merge together - called Playa del Pozo, (most popular with naturists), Playa del Medanoand Playa de Viejo. In between there is the busy Galera Beach, which has its fair share of cafes and bars to keep you refreshed and hydrated, and a good range of water sports for the more adventurous.
The best way to explore the dramatic coastline of Fuerteventura is by boat. There are all kinds of trips on offer, but if you only do one, don’t miss taking a glass-bottomed boat over to the uninhabited volcanic island of Lobos, which has been an official nature reserve since 1982. There are secluded bays of soft sand and volcanic rocks where you can swim and snorkel, and an interesting walk up to the lighthouse, where you will have brilliant viewsof the island and the ocean. Another interesting day out is a catamaran trip to Playa Blanca in Lanzarote docking at Rubicon Harbour, and returning via the stunning Papagayo beaches with enough time to have a swim.
What makes Corralejo unique is the spectacular stretch of sand dunes, looking a lot like the Sahara but apparently made up of shells, spreading over 7 miles along the East Coast, just beyond the town. They are the main reason the Parque Natural de Corralejo was set up in 1982, and are now protected from any building or development. From the beach you have an excellent view of the islands of Lobos and Lanzarote.
Water sports are a very big deal in Fuerteventura and every July hundreds of surfers, windsurfers, kitesurfers, and divers descend on the island for the P.W.A world windsurfing speed and slalom event at Sotavento in the south. All year round water babies flock to Corralejo, a famous surfing spot that draws windsurfers from all over the world. It is also an international centre for water skiing, jet skiing, sailing, kite surfing, diving, snorkelling and swimming. Even if you have never tried venturing under the water, there are plenty of places offering equipment and tuition to get you started.
The miles of white sandy beaches and turquoise waters make the beaches of Fuerteventura by far the best in the Canary Islands. Fuerteventura can get very windy, though there are a few sheltered beaches along the east coast. The western beaches receive bigger swells and are popular with surfers, though there are some sheltered coves and lagoons there too. In and around the centre of Corralejo resort, there are several golden and white sandy beaches where the water is crystal clear.
The resort is built around the large horseshoe shaped cove. The natural features of this cove mean that there is a gentle slope into the sea and is protected from waves. The beach has been created from imported sand and other bathing areas have been made around lagoons created by digging into the rock behind the shoreline.
The beach at Cofete is a white sandy beach. It is not easily reached and this means that there is usually plenty of room. The waves and current can be a bit on the rough side and would recommend taking great care if bathing.
Around El Cotillo on the north west coast are a series of beaches and coves, that are popular with surfers and is renowned for windsurfing and kitesurfing. Some of the more sheltered lagoons are more suitable for sunbathing.
Flag Beach is located just outside of Corralejo and is popular with water sports enthusiasts. The Flag Beach water sports centre is right on the beach where you can book your lessons.
Grandes Playas Beach is located 5 minute drive from Corralejo where you will find miles of beaches to choose from and enjoy your day.
A trip to the Island of Lobos will give you access to a beautiful sandy beach which has a gentle slope into the water, ideal for bathing, and there are plenty of fish to be seen if you fancy snorkelling.
Between Costa Calma and Morro Jable lie the best and longest stretch of beaches on the Island. With bleached white sand and shallow crystal waters, the beaches in both Costa Calma and Morro Jable are very nice and have blue flags, therefore lifeguards, though it's worth exploring the beautiful coves that lie outside the main resorts.
In and around the centre of the resort of Corralejo there are several golden and white sandy beaches where the water is crystal clear. Corralejo Town Beach is ideal for families as it is clean, safe, sheltered and surrounded by restaurants.
Puerto Del Rosario, on the east coast of Fuerteventura, has white sand stretching for about ½ mile. During the summer there is a flag system to show when it is safe to swim and there are lifeguards on the beach during busy periods. This beach is often used by the locals and is also popular with surfers.
In the main town of Corralejo you have Waikiki Beach, which is a secluded bay and ideal for families with young children. There are restaurants and a few beach bars on the shoreline plus plenty of watersports opportunities.
The island delivers sunshine all year round but rarely becomes oppressively hot, although Fuerteventura enjoys an average of three thousand hours of sunshine a year. You are just 65 miles from the African coast, and gentle sea breezes give this island a perfect climate all the year round. No wonder so many of our customers return year after year!