Holiday Rentals in Fuerteventura
At HomeAway we offer a comprehensive selection of Fuerteventura villas, so there is bound to be something that fits your needs. Undoubtedly, Fuerteventura holidays revolve around the vast expanses of sandy blue flag beaches that are available. The island belongs to Spain, and the 150 beaches here are considered some of the most impressive in the whole of Europe. There are now many cheap flights to Fuerteventura meaning that the famous beaches have become easily accessible for tourists to enjoy. Due to the climate, many of the apartments for rent in Fuerteventura have pools.
Things to do in Fuerteventura
- Beaches in Fuerteventura - Villas in Fuerteventura allow great access to beaches; that’s if you can drag yourself away from your pool! Fuerteventura's clear warm waters make it ideal for a huge variety of water sports.
- Water sports in Fuerteventura - The near constant breeze not only provides refreshment from the summer heat but allows kite-surfing courses to be run daily. Fuerteventura holidays also have fantastic windsurfing, kite-boarding, surfing and luxury sailing. The crystal clear warm waters are a haven for both snorkelling and scuba diving. The glass bottom boat, El Majorero is a 'must do' activity on any Fuerteventura holiday.
- Golf in Fuerteventura - There are also many provisions for golf. The MonteCastillo Golf Club is in Fuerteventura, and also houses a bowling alley, cinema, luxury villas for rent and of course, a top-class 18 hole golf course. There are also golfing facilities at Campo Golf Caleta, with a 5 star course, community swimming pool, bi-lingual cinema and leisure centre.
- Outdoor activities in Fuerteventura - Much of Fuerteventura's landscape is off limits for 4x4s, so cycling is a hugely popular way to investigate the area away from the beaches. Volcanic craters, river mouths and dramatic coastal views can all be found by bicycle and for those who require a little more speed, there are off-road motorcycle tours too!
Popular destinations in Fuerteventura
Corralejo is probably the most famous town in Fuerteventura; there are bustling bars and restaurants which play live music in the evenings. The marina is located close by and is the departure point for cruises and day trips to Lanzarote which is only half an hour away. Betancuria, the old capital of the island, was largely destroyed by pirates in the late 1500s, but was re-built in 1691, and still maintains much of its original architecture. Traditional craft shops and restaurants thrive in the area and the cathedral has been turned into the Fuerteventura Museum. Caleta de Fuste, is purpose built for tourism, except the old fort which still stands proud amongst the new developments. It is also the sight of Fuerteventura's only 18 hole golf course.
Weather in Fuerteventura
There is never a bad time to rent a holiday villa in Fuerteventura. Average temperatures go from 32°C in the summer and only dip to a minimum of 23°C in January. There are almost constant breezes which bless the Canary Islands with a hot, yet refreshing, climate; the beaches and pools are a blessing all year round. If it’s hot weather you are looking for we have a huge range of Canary Island Villas that you can browse through.
Travelling to Fuerteventura
Whichever of our holiday rentals in Fuerteventura you decide to choose, it will be easily reachable from the UK. Fuerteventura Airport (FUE) receives cheap flights from 20 UK airports on a daily basis; to get the cheapest flights to Fuerteventura, it is best to shop around.