Fuerteventura is well known throughout Europe for its incredible coastline of fine, soft sand and crystal clear waters that are the desire of any holidaymaker.
If you want to discover some of the best beaches on this island of the archipelago, take a look and decide which ones to visit first!
Caleta de Fuste, Antigua: A small semi-urban beach, quiet and family-friendly, forming a crescent of fine golden sand.
2. El Cofete, Pájara: This beach, which is difficult to access, offers excellent conditions for relaxation, not only because of its beautiful coastline but also because of the beautiful environment of towering mountains that surrounds it. It is generally frequented by a naturist public.
3. Costa Calma, Pájara: Extensive sandy beach of more than two kilometres in length where, as well as relaxing on the soft white sand, you can enjoy many land and water activities. It has been awarded the Blue Flag of the European Union.
4. Esquinzo, Pájara: Belonging to the municipality of La Oliva, this beach between Playa del Águila and Paso Chico offers a beautiful natural environment of golden sand in a somewhat isolated area.
5. Gran Tarajal, Tuineje: Unlike the previous ones, this time the fine sand is dyed black to offer that landscape so typical of the Canary Islands (although there are not too many of them). It is located in front of the village of the same name, which offers good services for tourism.
6. Great Beaches of Corralejo, La Oliva: This coast is located both near and far from the urban area of Corralejo, so it is often visited by tourists. Large beaches cover more than 3 kilometres of fine white sand and have a good range of leisure activities and services just a few minutes away.
7. Morro Jable, Pájara: On this beach you will enjoy the most beautiful turquoise waters that run into clear, fine sand. Its conditions for tourism have earned it the coveted EU Blue Flag.
Other beautiful beaches to visit are Playa Blanca (Puerto del Rosario), Solana (Pájara), Las Conchas (Isla de Lobos), Barlovento (Pájara) and Giniginamar (Tuineje), among many others.