Fuerteventura flights whisk holidaymakers to an island with year-round sunshine, miles upon miles of pristine beaches and dunes, and conditions that are perfect for watersports.
The second largest of the Canary Islands is still relatively unspoilt with secluded spots of sand away from the crowds and pretty mountain villages. But there are also activities for all of the family - from whooshing down slides at a waterpark to playing crazy golf - should you crave something away from the beach.
Flights to Fuerteventura take between four and five hours from UK airports and land in Fuerteventura Airport (FUE), around three miles from the island's capital Puerto del Rosario. If you haven't pre-arranged transport with your hotel, taxis and buses run from outside the airport building - although check times and dates carefully as many bus routes are limited.
For ease upon arrival, to save money on taxi fares and to have the freedom to explore the whole island - from the stunning beaches and the fascinating volcanic landscape inland to picturesque towns such as Pajara - why not pre-book a hire car and pick it up from the airport to really see all that Fuerteventura has to offer?
The north coast resort of Corralejo is a popular destination with holidaymakers who lounge on its miles of gorgeous white-sand beaches by day and eat in its restaurants - from traditional Canarian eateries to steakhouses and pizzerias - by night. Those after lively evenings out can head to Corralejo's Main Street (Hauptsrasse) to drink in the bars and clubs there while couples can head to the marina for a romantic meal overlooking the sea.
Caleta de Fuste (also known as Costa Caleta), just six miles south of the airport, is another big hit with tourists. Its sheltered horse-shoe shaped beach with calm waters makes it a great place for families, and the resort's golf course is a lovely spot to swing your clubs in glorious sunshine.
Heading south, Costa Calma's long sandy beach, Playa Barca, is a family favourite and this part of the island is also ideal for watersport enthusiasts - the sea is dotted with kitesurfers, windsurfers and surfers. Further down the coast, Jandia is the place to head for a spot of luxury.
If you fancy a day trip from the island during your holiday, Playa Blanca in Lanzarote can be reached by ferry and the tiny island of Isla de Lobos is just a short boat trip away.
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