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Choosing where to stay is probably your only problem when you holiday in Fuerteventura - that's because you're spoilt for choice! Regardless of which area or resort you opt for, overall, accommodation comprises of apartment complexes, duplexes, hotels and villa rentals.
There are a number of key holiday resorts across Fuerteventura, with some more popular with British holidaymakers than others. Corralejo and Caleta de Fuste are popular with the British, while German tourists favour the southern resort of Jandia.
Families should stick to the east coast as the water is safer and some parts of the west coastline are considered dangerous and only suited to experienced surfers. Caleta de Fuste remains a clear favourite for those who want a central location that is perfect for families and senior citizens - thanks to its pretty flat promenade and child friendly restaurants and play areas.
Expect good value property to rent here, especially apart-hotels and, if you have the budget, the smart villas by the large golf course.
In the north, stay in Corralejo for the stunning beaches which remain a big pull for British holidaymakers. This is a much more family focused place and many like it here for its harbour and old town which is a short walk from the dunes.
There are stacks of rental accommodation options in Correlejo - row upon row of villas and apartment complexes, but luckily no ugly sky-rise ones. Prices vary and shoot up during school holidays.
Younger couples and those not shy about nude sunbathing may wish to stay in the south, in the Jandia area which is very popular with German holidaymakers. The accommodation here has a slightly more upmarket feel, but with prices to match
Whatever your preference for resort, be sure to check out some bargain flights before you head to Fuerteventura using our price comparison tool.