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Fuerteventura beaches

Strand Playa de Garcey - Fuerteventura Strand Las Playitas - Fuerteventura Strand Gran Tarajal - Fuerteventura Strand Giniginamar - Fuerteventura Strand La Lajita - Fuerteventura Strand El Salmo - Fuerteventura Strand Corralejo Stadt - Fuerteventura Strand La Pared - Fuerteventura Strand Tarajalejo - Fuerteventura Strand Corralejo Dünen - Fuerteventura Strand Caleta de Fuste - Fuerteventura Strand Esquinzo - Fuerteventura Strand Sotavento - Fuerteventura Strand Cofete - Fuerteventura Strand Jandia/Morro Jable - Fuerteventura Strand Costa Calma - Fuerteventura Strand Mal Nombre - Fuerteventura Strand El Cotillo - Fuerteventura Strand Puerto de la Cruz - Puertito - Fuerteventura Strand Ajuy

Fuerteventura beaches: (alphabetical order)

Beach - Fuerteventura

Ajuy beach is a lovely destination for tourists. The pitch black fine sand and the blue water show an interesting contrast. Due to the torrential surge, you should better not swim here. The beach is always well-visited but not for bathing but as a sight of... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

The beach of Caleta de Fuste is a bay of approx. 600 m. The sand is light-coloured and fine with some pebbles near the water. The beach is ideal for children since there are hardly ever high waves. You can do various water sports like surfing or jet... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

Cofete beach is not suitable for bathing. There's something mysterious in it. Deserted, solitary, lonely, and in the background you can see the 800 m high mountains of Jandia where the clouds get caught. The weather is always breezy and the waves are very high. The... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

South of Corralejo there is the 11 km long dune area of the National Park (Parque Natural de las Dunas de Corralejo). The sand is very light-coloured and fine. From the beach you have a fantastic view of the islands "Los Lobos" and "Lanzarote". The beach is... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

In Corralejo there are several small bays. We visited the largest one for you and document it here. This bay, which is situated directly in Corralejo, is about 200 m long. There are many tourists with children and also locals on the beach. The sand is light-coloured,... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

Costa Calma is a large bay of approx. 1.5 km length.  Southwards you can walk along the beach to Morro Jable for approx. 21 km. In the north the beach is limited by black rocks extending into the sea. Hotels and apartments are situated directly behind the beach and... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

El Cotillo is a touristically hardly developed area. This is what makes this beach so lovely: few tourists. The whole bathing area consists of several bays separated from each other by lava rocks and stones in the sea. Although the bay is situated on the west coast, it is... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

El Salmo beach is a quiet beach where only a few tourists go to since there are no hotels nearby. The sand is light-coloured, however, there are many stones (but due to that, there are also some stone castles). If you walk southwards, you reach the next beach "Mal... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

Esquinzo beach consists partly of light-coloured sand, partly of stones. Esquinzo is a tourist town which was constructed near the light sandy beach only a few years ago. Though the beach is not very large, you can walk from one bay to the next. In some... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

Giniginamar beach is a remote and quiet bay, approx. 500 m broad. The sand is clean, dark and with many pebbles, which get more and more the closer you go to the shore. On the sides there are some fishing boats, which convey a romantic atmosphere. There are only a few people... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

The beach of Gran Tarajal is a large bathing bay with light-coloured, fine sand. Some would also say that the sand is dark, but anyway it is fine. Gran Tarajal is not a tourist spot, you mainly find locals and expats here. If you look from the beach to the sea, you will see... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

The beach of the peninsula Jandía runs from Morro Jable to Costa Calma for approx. 21 km. The whole beach is divided into different sections. You can walk from Morro Jable to Costa Calma (or the other way round) in 5 to 6 hours and return by bus. The... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

Tourists hardly ever go to La Lajita beach. Fishers depart from here to the sea with their fishing boats. La Lajita is a calm bay with dark sand. The sand is fine in the front, in the back there are many big and small stones. Since you find mostly... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

La Pared bay is 900 m long, with light-coloured and fine sand. Since the beach is situated on the west coast of Fuerteventura there's always a torrential surge and a perilous current. Thus, the beach is absolutely unsuitable for bathing. Nevertheless it... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

Las Playitas beach is a large bay where you (still) find few tourists. Luckily there are not so many hotels in Las Playitas. Many fishermen go fishing to the sea from here. The sand on the beach is fine and dark, partly there are black pebbles. There's... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

The beach section "Mal Nombre" is an insider tip for beach lovers wanting to enjoy relaxation and tranquility. If you walk from Costa Calma to Jandia (approx. 21 km) you will immediately spot the small black sand castles which are built on the... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

Unfortunately, Playa de Garcey lost its famous "sight" in 2007. Before that, parts of the ship "American Star" lay in the water in front of the beach. Nevertheless, the beach, or rather the "journey" to it, is worth an adventure. You get to the... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

The beaches around Puerto de la Cruz (also called Puertito) are small bays, mostly with light-coloured sand and many black stones. There are no tourist beaches, you find mainly locals here. The town Puerto de la Cruz and "Punta de Jandía", the most southern point... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

"Playa de Sotavento", which is 5 km long, is situated on the southern east coast of Fuerteventura. The beach is divided into the sections "Playa Risco del Paso" (the small town is also called Risco del Paso) and "Playa Barca". On both beach sections... more info


Beach - Fuerteventura

Tarajalejo beach lies off the beaten track. You find mostly locals here. The sand is dark. The closer you are to the sea the finer it is; if you go further away from the water, there are many pebbles. Behind the beach there's a paved promenade with... more info