Fuerteventura is the island closest to the coast of North Africa, being just 100 kilometres from Morocco. It’s the second largest island and is renowned for its long, golden sand beaches and sand dunes. The island is a paradise for sun worshippers and water sports enthusiasts. It is also believed to be the oldest of all of the islands in the Archipelago.
Think long stretches of white sandy beaches, sand dunes and crystal clear turquoise waters, this is Fuerteventura. The island, which is designated a Biosphere Reserve, is a beautiful destination, where you can combine beautifully natural
surroundings and a relaxed laid-back way of life, with excellent facilities and attractions.