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Despite being the second-largest Canary Island, Fuerteventura is by far and away the least developed of the archipelago's main islands.
For most people, a holiday in Fuerteventura is all about the beach. With more than 150 to choose from, you won't have a hard time discovering one that's just right for you and your family.
If you are searching for cheap holidays to Fuerteventura in 2020, look for deals on all-inclusive package deals in Fuerteventura's two main resort areas.
Corralejo, on the north coast, promises broad, golden swathes of sand, bath-warm waters and British accents aplenty. The town itself strikes a fine balance between old and new, with quaint seafood restaurants and authentic tapas bars co-existing alongside the shiny and newer-looking main drag. Beyond the beaches, the golden dunes of the pristine Parque Natural de Corralejo stretch inland.
The island's south-coast resorts, such as Morro Jable and Jandía, are a hit with in-the-know German holidaymakers and prime hunting ground for both luxury Fuerteventura breaks and more package deals on cheap holidays in Fuerteventura. Many of the beaches in this part draw nudist bathers keen to evenly bronze every last inch of themselves.
Thanks to the near-constant breeze that blows across the island, Fuerteventura is a dream locale for wind-driven water sports. Kitesurfers, windsurfers and plain old surfers flock to both the north-shore beaches, such as those in Corralejo, and the south-shore stretches, such as Sotavento Beach, to ride the swells as they whip in to shore.
Though most visitors on all-inclusive holidays in Fuerteventura tend to stick to the more sedate pursuits of sunbathing and swimming, there are countless opportunities to dip your toe into the island’s surf scene if you wish. Surfing schools provide good deals on lessons for wannabe surfers.
*ATOL (Air Travel Organiser's Licence) is a financial protection scheme for package holidays: It provides support to consumers in the event their holiday provider collapses. Booking with an ATOL holder ensures that you won't be left out of pocket and you won't be left stranded abroad. All package holidays compared using TravelSupermarket are protected by ATOL.
ABTA (Association of British Travel Agents) offers similar cover for packages booked with its members. However, while ATOL predominantly covers flight-based packages, ABTA covers non-flight based holidays (such as rail and cruise) and linked travel arrangements. If you are unsure whether or not your trip is covered by ABTA, check with your provider.
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