Experience Fun Filled Freedom on a Fuerteventura Island Private Tour
Fuerteventura is Spain’s 2nd largest Canary Island and sits in the Atlantic Ocean off the north coast of Africa. Its landscape is mostly unspoilt, meaning that you will find most Fuerteventura hotels by the beach. Known essentially as a holiday destination due to its white-sand beaches and year-round warmth cooled by constant winds. Experience Fun Filled Freedom on a Fuerteventura Island Private Tour.
It's long sunny days, and intense wind with waves of up to two metres are why the island has an established tradition of windsurfing and kite surfing. Fuerteventura's pristine beaches earned the entire island the honour of UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve status in 2009.
Not only beaches, Fuerteventura also has much more than just sand to offer with everything from international cuisines and high-street shopping centres to nature parks and organic beauty spots. Fuerteventura is a top pick in the Canaries for seaside perfection, and if you’re after amazing views, you’ve just won big!
Explore the inland towns of La Oliva and Betancuria on a private guided tour of Fuerteventura with its traditional windmills set amid undulating, volcanic scenery offer pleasant sights away from the beach.
Visit the island’s highest point, Mount Jandia which is situated in its own natural park in the south on a Fuerteventura dune buggy excursion.
At the end of this magnificent island is the long beach connecting Morro Jable and Jandia, while to the north Costa Calma is a relaxed resort that certainly lives up to its name.
Travel Tips for Fuerteventura
If you love the heat, then the best time to visit Fuerteventura is between July and September. With its stable climate, Fuerteventura's tourism is ongoing throughout the year and offers everything from watersports, golfing packages to wine tours and hiking trips.
The high season in Fuerteventura brings increases to hotel and flight prices but Spain, in general, is a lot cheaper than many other European countries and easily comparable as they all use Euro. The average price of an imported beer is between 2 - 3 Euro and meals in standard restaurants for 4 people cost as little as 60 Euro.
The main language spoken in Fuerteventura is Spanish, although English and German are also widely spoken in the main tourist areas. The currency used is Euro and it is advised to pay in cash with small notes as some areas don't accept larger notes. The local tap water isn't drinkable, try to avoid ice in your drinks and buy drinking water daily.
Fuerteventura weather is unlike most island groups, The Canaries offer a relatively stable climate all year round, with December and January only a few degrees cooler than the average summer temperature. In April, Fuerteventura can be very hot, even though it's early in the season, but you may find it windy as well. The number of rainy days throughout the year can easily be counted on both hands.