With three thousand hours of Sun a year, Fuerteventura is the Canary Island closest to the African coast. Only 100 kilometers separating‚La Punta de la Entallada‘ from Morocco.

Also, it’s the second largest Canary Island. Although the major part of Fuerteventura is made out of stones and rocks, this island has some of the most impressive beaches of Europe and uniquely marvelous botany.

In the history of time Fuerteventura is generally considered to be the oldest Canary Island, and its interesting outline comes from various volcanic episodes.

The traditional music of Fuerteventura is another thing to be heard and seen! Enjoy delicious traditional tapas while listening to the music of the Canary Islands.

The aquatic sports are also very popular on Fuerteventura. Each year hundreds of surfers, windsurfers, kiters, and divers descend on the island.

Also there are many new attractions that invite the tourists to discover different aspects of the landscapes and culture of the island, like the Museum of Betancuria of Archeology and Ethnography, and the Tefía Craft Village, only naming a few.