Fuerteventura Canary Islands are my favorite white beaches and volcanoes. It is the oldest island in the archipelago and the second largest after Tenerife island. Fuerteventura is a Spanish possession about 150 km from the African coast.
It offers very good conditions for a great vacation. White beaches and all water sports. In addition, you have the opportunity to travel to the neighboring islands, but then you won't even have 10 days for this exciting endeavor. The water is warm all year round, very clean with turquoise color. For young couples there is an active night life.
They are open 24 hours a day restaurants and disco clubs with nice music for the ears. Jandia's most beautiful beach offers 10 km of fine sand and turquoise water, located at the southern end of the island. The water is warmer than the other beaches in the area. The most famous and visited is Playa del Coffee. It is one of the first tourists in all the Canary Islands.
It is more than 12 km long on absolutely natural terrain. Another great crescent shaped beach is La Concha next to El Cotillo, you can't miss La Concha, a distinctive crescent shaped beach protected by natural reef where you can see very rare fish.
Be sure to visit Corralejo Nature Park. Here you will see the largest canaries of the Canary Islands, which extend over a vast area. Corralejo Nature Park is located in the north of Fuerteventura and you can see some rare plant species that live only here. There are ideal conditions for windsurfing enthusiasts, because the wind on the shore is constant and quite strong.
Watch out for high waves and sea currents around the Corralejo Reserve and the Playa de Sotavento because they are very dangerous. Rural tourism is well developed, especially if you like to live outside the hotel complexes. This way you will experience real life in Fuerteventura.
On notheast is Isla de Lobos, only two kilometers away. It is easily accessible by ferry or by boat with a small motor boat. If you come down to this island you can visit the Punta Martino lighthouse, which helps ships and serves as a guide. It is currently fully automated. Another option on Fuerteventura is the Salt Museum in Costa Calma.
You will see every step in the production of salt extracted from the Atlantic. You will learn about the history of salt, its chemical constituents and what it is used in cooking. As we mentioned about cooking it is good to try the local food and traditional crafts that provide livelihood for the population. Try the local Majorero cheese made from goat milk.
In the beginning, the inhabitants lived in caves that were carved in the frozen lava of the volcano. In general, the island offers an amazing vacation away from Europe and civilization. So, without hesitation, keep this interesting tourist destination, because you will be happy and hopefully happy.