ABOUT Fuerteventura

About Fuerteventura:

Fuerteventura is the second largest island of the canaries and lies about 100 km away from the african continent. The local language of the about 120.000 inhabitants is spanish. Fuerteventura offers over 250 km of beautiful beaches and bizzare looking landscapes.

With 23 °C annual mean temperature and about 300 sunny days, Fuerteventura is an ideal destination for traveling all year round and of course escaping the cold european winter.

The biggest touristic sites Morro Jable/Jandía and Costa Calma are located in the south of Fuerteventura and come up with magnificent beaches of white sand. In the north there are Corralejo and Caleta de Fuste. All rest-seeking and quiet-loving travellers can find ideal conditions on the west coast near La Pared.

Most of our holiday homes are located on the Costa Calma, but also in Morro Jable, on the west coast and inland.

Climate and Temperatures in Fuerteventura:

The climate on Fuerteventura is mild all year round. With only about 30 days of rain per year, the weather on the island is extremely low in precipitation. With about 8 hours of sunshine on average per year and temperatures mostly between 20 and 29 degrees Celsius, it is the ideal holiday island for the whole year.

to the climate table at Wikipedia

Fuerteventura Videos:

Here we have put together a small selection of videos about the island of Fuerteventura for you.

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Video Sotavento Beach