Fuerteventura is the oldest and second largest Canary Island, it was formed due to a result of volcanic activity. Although to this day there is no active volcanoes on the island, there is still evidence of their presence. The island is the most easterly of the Canaries and is only 60 miles from the coast of Morocco.
Corralejo, in the northern tip of the island is the most popular resort, there is something for everyone, from traditional tapas bars in the old town to karaoke bars in the centre. Jandia in the south is home to Fuerteventura’s tallest mountain ‘Pico de Jandia’ as well as some of the islands most beautiful beaches. Costa Caleta is a purpose built resort in the east, here you will find plenty of things to do, there is wide range of water sports available and lot’s to keep children entertained, from, play parks to mini golf courses.