Fuerteventura is an island located in the Canary Islands archipelago, in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Africa. Here are some directions on how to get to Fuerteventura:
By plane: Fuerteventura has an international airport, Fuerteventura Airport (FUE), which is located in the municipality of Puerto del Rosario, about 5 km from the capital city. You can fly to Fuerteventura from many European cities, such as London, Madrid, Barcelona, Berlin, and Amsterdam. From the airport, you can take a taxi or a bus to your accommodation.
By ferry: You can also reach Fuerteventura by ferry from several ports in mainland Spain, such as Huelva, Cadiz, and Algeciras. There are also ferry connections from other Canary Islands, such as Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, and Tenerife. The main ferry ports in Fuerteventura are Puerto del Rosario and Corralejo.
By car: If you're already in the Canary Islands, you can reach Fuerteventura by car ferry from other islands such as Lanzarote or Gran Canaria.
Once you arrive on the island, it's recommended to rent a car to explore Fuerteventura, as public transportation is limited. There are several car rental companies at the airport and in the main tourist areas. Alternatively, you can use taxis or buses to get around the island.