Fuerteventura, the island of eternal spring, always illuminated by the sun that warms the earth and the soul, dream beaches, the most 'beautiful and picturesque of all Europe and a breathtaking hinterland.
Fuerteventura has 400 km of coastline with beaches all different from each other. There are beaches with fine, white, very white, golden and black sand. Beaches of rock or stones. Beaches with crystal clear waters and calm for those who want to relax or beaches with strong waves for a little 'adrenaline!
In short, there is something for everyone.
Declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2009, Fuerteventura is the oldest island in the Canaries and the second largest island after Tenerife, with an area of 1660 square kilometers, a maximum length of 100 km and the largest number of beaches, considered among the most beautiful in Europe.
Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Fuerteventura is the closest island to the African coast, it is only 97 km away, even if only the dryness of its landscapes is due to the numerous volcanic eruptions over the centuries that have made this archipelago rise.
Fuerteventura is the oldest island in the Canaries, dating back 20 million years to a volcanic eruption from the canary hotspot. There are no longer any volcanic activity on this island however you'll find plenty of walking routes with amazing scenery of old eruptions and stunning white beaches where to sunbath and practice water sports.