Here we give you detailed descriptions of towns on Fuerteventura. We started with the main tourist centres but bit by bit, we will add new towns. The main tourist towns are Corralejo, El Cotillo and Caleta de Fuste in the north of Fuerteventura. In the south of the island, there are Costa Calma, La Pared and Jandia/Morro Jable.
Further towns will follow one by one!
Ajuy is located at the west coast of Fuerteventura. This quiet village, that used to have one of the most important ports of Fuerteventura, is... more info
You could say that Antigua is lying exactly in the middle of the island of Fuerteventura. The FV20, that joins the island's centre with the northern... more info
Caleta de Fuste is situated on the east coast of Fuerteventura, close to the airport and the capital city Puerto del Rosario.... more info
Corralejo is, after Jandia/Morro Jable, the second largest tourist town on Fuerteventura. It is situated in the very north of the island.... more info
Costa Calma is the second largest holiday town in the south of Fuerteventura. One attraction of Costa Calma is the beautiful sandy beach, which is... more info
El Cotillo is situated in the north of Fuerteventura, on the rougher west coast. Nevertheless, the lagoons of El Cotillo are absolutely suitable for... more info
Morro Jable (= the original fishing village) and Jandía (= the "new" town) belong to the the largest tourist centres on Fuerteventura.... more info
La Lajita is situated between Tarajalejo and Costa Calma right next to the beach Fuerteventura. La Lajita can be reached via the FV-2, which runs... more info
La Pared (in English: the wall) is a quiet town in the south of Fuerteventura. Private bungalows and holiday homes owned by both locals and... more info
Las Playitas is one of the most beautiful coastal towns on the island and can be reached via the FV-512, that diverts from the FV-4 towards Gran... more info