Our direct flights to Fuerteventura mean you’re just a four-hour flight away from a holiday in Spain’s Canary Islands. Travel with TUI and you can fly there from 10 different UK airports. We have international flying routes from London Stansted, Cardiff and East Midlands Airport. Fuerteventura, majors in sunshine breaks in the slow lane. It’s the second largest Canary Island but it moves to a more chilled beat than its neighbours, which include Lanzarote, Gran Canaria and Tenerife. Days here revolve around the beach. And with 150 belts of sand to its name, it’s not hard to understand why. You’ll find a combination of wild, weather-beaten stretches and postcard-perfect golden swathes. Not to mention beaches – like those in Costa Caleta – that come complete with a line-up of activities to keep even the most energetic of children entertained. Adrenaline junkies, meanwhile, make tracks for the north of the island, which is home to top-notch watersports conditions. Some of the best surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing spots can be found in this part of Fuerteventura, and championship competitions are hosted here each year. Come sundown, it’s places like Puerto del Rosario in Corralejo that buzz with lively bars and restaurants staying open until the early hours. Jandia, meanwhile, in the south of the island, offers a more chilled-out evening scene. Some of our adults-only hotels here pull up right alongside the sand, so you can watch the sun sink beneath the horizon with a cocktail in hand. Cheap flights to Fuerteventura are often on offer on our Flight Deals page – keep checking back for updates.
- Ride the waves off the north-western coast. This stretch of shore offers up some of the best surfing conditions outside of Hawaii.
- Shop ‘til you drop at Las Rotondas in Puerto del Rosario – the heart of Fuerteventura’s shopping scene. It’s a huge mall that sells everything from designer clothes to tennis racquets.
- Nibble on plates of traditional ‘papas arrugadas’. These salted potatoes are served with a spicy ‘mojo’ dip. Follow the traffic light rule – the green one is mild, while the red is fiery hot.
- Dance the night away in Puerto del Rosario. The bars and clubs here form the nightlife capital of the island.
- Pay a visit to Parque Natural de las Dunas. It’s the biggest beach on the island, and its 10-kilometre stretch of coastline is backed by towering sand dunes.
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