Fuerteventura is a veritable oasis on the Atlantic. White and luminous, the island boasts huge stretches of golden shiny beaches washed by crystal-clear blue waters that will make you feel as if you were in paradise.
Regarded as the oldest of the Canary Islands, its curious relief was caused by the last eruption, which took place approximately 7,000 years ago. If you stay at one of our hotels in Fuerteventura, you will enjoy an exceptional climate that will enshroud you in the island's magic.
A calm island of natural spaces
Known as the Quiet Isle, Fuerteventura is the second largest extension in the archipelago and features unique landscapes that you can enjoy from our hotels in Fuerteventura. One of them is the mythical Tindaya mountain, to which the original natives attributed magical properties, and which still conserves important vestiges of those settlers, or the undulating dunes of Corrralejo. Mention must also be made of its marvellous landscapes, such as the arch of Cofete de Jandía, which will give you a break during your holidays.
The Island of Fuerteventura, with 13 protected natural spaces, enhances its exoticism with palm trees, tamarixes and the highly appreciated Aloe Vera. Its endless kilometres of sandy beaches and golden dunes make our H10 Sentido Playa Esmeralda and H10 Tindaya hotels a haven for a nice quiet holiday.
Stay at our hotels in Fuerteventura to enjoy incredible and evocative landscapes of golden sands and beautiful beaches washed by clear blue and turquoise waters. The island's most outstanding beaches include:
Fuerteventura has an extensive offer of adventure sports such as rambling, trekking, mountain bike, quads… Enjoy your favourite sport in an extraordinary environment and then wind down with a well-deserved break at one of our hotels in Fuerteventura.
Camello Caravana and Oasis Park offer the possibility of discovering, on the back of the animal's most emblematic island, its most exciting natural corners.
The Oceanarium Explorer provides excursions in submarine from the Marina. The Marina also arranges catamaran trips.
Oasis Park – La Lajita
The Oasis Park is a Zoo and a Botanical Garden in the South of Fuerteventura. The Zoo has more than 200 species, including alligators, monkeys, giraffes, zebras and birds. With more than 200,000 square metres of Botanical Garden, the park also features many endemic species and cactuses.
Fuerteventura is an island of the Canary Islands archipelago, located in the Atlantic Ocean, 97 km from the northwest coast of Africa. In May 26, 2009 it was declared a biosphere reserve by the UNESCO. It belongs to the province of Las Palmas, one of the two that make up the Canary Islands, an Autonomous Community of Spain. The island's capital is Puerto del Rosario, where the Cabildo Insular, the island government, is located.
The island has a desert climate, and temperatures are constant almost all year round (average temperature of 20.4°C). Rainfall is scant, in fact Fuerteventura is the driest island in the Canary Archipelago. Due to its low altitude, the island does not retain masses of damp air, which occurs in other islands in the archipelago.