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It you prefer sleeping in to surfing at dawn – instead hoping for a beach-by-day, bar-by-night type of holiday – head to Corralejo. This is where Fuerteventura’s party crowd hangs, toasting away until the wee hours in the bars dotted along the coast and the harbour.
Start your evening with a bout of karaoke at Flicks Bar in the Atlantico Centre, before moving on to Waikiki to dance until the cockerel crows or sip cocktails with your toes in the sand.
For something a little more low-key, pull up a stool at the British pub-style Rock Island Bar (Calle Crucero Baleares) and enjoy live acoustic music.
The Caleta de Fuste resort on the east coast draws in families, but this is still Spain. And in Spain, niños don’t hit the pillow at sundown; they too stay up late to enjoy family life.
Take the kids along to Piero’s Music Café, a three-in-one venue in Centro Comercial El Castillo featuring a British-style pub and beer garden, a music cafe and a cabaret bar with nightly live shows.
Down in Jandía, things are tamer again, with most bars and restaurants shutting up shop before midnight.
Many nights in Fuerteventura are spent dining on delicious local and international cuisine and recounting the day’s adventures. Find out what’s worth sampling on our page dedicated to eating out in Fuerteventura.