Villas in Fuerteventura

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Our 10 best villas in Fuerteventura

Rent a great villa in Fuerteventura for a wonderful holiday.
  • Villa in Corralejo, Fuerteventura
    Premium owner

    Villa to rent in La Oliva, Fuerteventura

    (2)
    5 bedroom villa • Sleeps 9

    Excelent Spacious Villa, located in centrum of town Corralejo Beach Fuerteventura Canary islands and ideal families,close to shops, restaurants, beaches with private pool, gardens, barbecue,SPEDWiffi

    From £1,123 per week
  • Villa in Corralejo, Fuerteventura

    Villa rental in La Oliva, Fuerteventura, with private pool

    (3)
    4 bedroom villa • Sleeps 10

    Villa in Corralejo, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands - Conveniently Located, near town centre

    Lowest price pledge
    From £930 per week
  • Villa in Corralejo, Fuerteventura

    La Oliva villa to rent

    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 4

    Casa Juan. Unique Detached 2 Bedroom holiday villa in prestigious area.

    From £705 per week
  • Villa in Urbanización La Capellanía, Fuerteventura: Casa Miguel. Villa back garden.

    La Oliva holiday villa rental with private pool

    (14)
    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 8

    Traditional and beautifully furnished two bedroom detached villa with private heated pool, large patio area and sunny south facing garden. 150m away from supermarkets, restaurants and bars.

    From £444 per week
  • Villa in Corralejo, Fuerteventura

    La Oliva holiday villa rental with private pool

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    Casa May. Unique Detached 3 Bedroom holiday villa in a prestigious area

    From £941 per week
  • Villa in Geafond, Fuerteventura

    Villa to rent in La Oliva, Fuerteventura

    (2)
    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    Quiet villa with private pool and sun terrace with sunbeds in Corralejo, 300m from Dunas de Corralejo Natural Park. Beautiful garden with seating. Walking distance to restaurants, bars and shops.

    From £1,091 per week
  • Villa in Antigua, Fuerteventura

    Villa to rent in Antigua, Fuerteventura

    4 bedroom villa • Sleeps 7

    Beautiful 4 bedroom villa with private pool, BBQ, WiFi & SKY TV. Air Con, pool heating, pool safety fence. Quiet area, 10 mins walk to shops, restaurants, supermarket, golden sandy beach, playground

    From £1,280 per week
  • Villa in Urbanización Origo Mare, Fuerteventura: Welcome to Villa Gecko

    Villa with shared pool in La Oliva, Fuerteventura

    (28)
    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 4

    Situated on the exclusive Origo Mare development in Majanicho with stunning views of extinct volcanoes and Lanzarote on the horizon. Restaurants, shops and bars 10 minutes drive away.

    From £287 per week
  • Villa in Corralejo, Fuerteventura

    Villa with private pool in La Oliva, Fuerteventura

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    Luxurious, peaceful and tranquil chalet in Corralejo with private heated swimming pool and 24hr security. Great location, close the town centre and 300m from the hypermarket.

    From £2,197 per week
  • Villa in Parque Holandés, Fuerteventura

    Villa rental in La Oliva, Fuerteventura, with private pool

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Parque Holandés and sleeps 6 people. It has parking nearby, a gym and a spa. The villa is near a beach.

    From £797 per week

Villas in Fuerteventura with private pools

Enjoy the space and privacy of a villa with a private pool.
  • Villa in Parque Holandés, Fuerteventura

    Holiday villa in La Oliva, Fuerteventura, with private pool

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Parque Holandés and sleeps 6 people. It has barbeque facilities, parking nearby and a gym. The villa is near a beach.

    Private pool
    From £826 per week
  • Villa in Tuineje, Fuerteventura

    Tuineje villa to rent

    (5)
    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 4

    This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Tuineje and sleeps 4 people. It has barbeque facilities, parking nearby and a gym.

    Private pool
    From £889 per week
  • Villa in Tuineje, Fuerteventura

    Tuineje holiday villa rental with private pool

    (2)
    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 2

    This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Tuineje and sleeps 2 people. It has barbeque facilities, parking nearby and a gym.

    Private pool
    From £751 per week
  • Villa in Tuineje, Fuerteventura

    Holiday villa in Tuineje, Fuerteventura, with private pool

    (2)
    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Tuineje and sleeps 6 people. It has barbeque facilities, parking nearby and a gym.

    Private pool
    From £1,033 per week
  • Villa in Corralejo, Fuerteventura

    Holiday villa in La Oliva, Fuerteventura, with private pool

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Corralejo and sleeps 6 people. It has a garden and barbeque facilities. The villa is within walking distance of a beach and a restaurant.

    Private pool
    From £1,439 per week
  • Villa in Geafond, Fuerteventura

    La Oliva holiday villa rental with private pool

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Geafond and sleeps 6 people. It has barbeque facilities. The villa is near a beach and within walking distance of a restaurant.

    Private pool
    From £719 per week
  • Villa in Triquivijate, Fuerteventura

    Villa with private pool in Antigua, Fuerteventura

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Triquivijate and sleeps 6 people. It has a garden and barbeque facilities. The villa is near a beach and within walking distance of a restaurant.

    Private pool: 0.1m deep
    From £1,363 per week
  • Villa in Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura

    Antigua villa to rent

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 8

    This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Caleta de Fuste and sleeps 8 people. The villa is near a beach and within walking distance of a restaurant.

    Private pool
    From £909 per week
  • Villa in Urbanización La Capellanía, Fuerteventura

    La Oliva villa to rent

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Urbanización La Capellanía and sleeps 6 people. It has a garden and barbeque facilities. The villa is near a beach.

    Private pool
    From £659 per week
  • Villa in Geafond, Fuerteventura

    Villa with private pool in La Oliva, Fuerteventura

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Geafond and sleeps 6 people. It has barbeque facilities. The villa is near a beach and within walking distance of a restaurant.

    Private pool
    From £810 per week

Cheap villas in Fuerteventura

Rent one of our cheapest villas in Fuerteventura for a low cost holiday.
  • Villa in Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura

    Villa in Antigua, Fuerteventura

    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 4

    This 2 bedroom villa is located in Caleta de Fuste and sleeps 4 people.

    From £379 per week
  • Villa in Tuineje, Fuerteventura

    Tuineje villa to rent

    (2)
    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 2

    This 3 bedroom villa with swimming pool is located in Tuineje and sleeps 2 people. It has barbeque facilities, parking nearby and a gym.

    From £751 per week
  • Villa in Antigua, Fuerteventura

    Antigua villa to rent

    5 bedroom villa • Sleeps 12

    This 5 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Antigua and sleeps 12 people. It has a garden, barbeque facilities and parking nearby.

    From £1,032 per week
  • Villa in Parque Holandés, Fuerteventura

    Villa to rent in La Oliva, Fuerteventura

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    Nestled within the serene landscapes of Fuerteventura, Villa Aloe is a captivating gem that promises an exquisite retreat for those seeking tranquillity and modern luxury.

    From £1,046 per week
  • Villa in Guisguey, Fuerteventura

    Villa to rent in Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura

    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 4

    An exquisite and timeless cottage based in Puerto del Rosario, Casa Lajas works to effortlessly blend the past and the present into one perfect holiday home.

    From £1,083 per week
  • Villa in Antigua, Fuerteventura

    Holiday villa in Antigua, Fuerteventura

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    A cosy and inviting villa based in Antigua.

    From £1,083 per week
  • Villa in Antigua, Fuerteventura

    Villa in Antigua, Fuerteventura

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    A chic and expressive property based in Antigua, Villa Anul provides guests with everything they would need to enjoy a pleasant and luxurious stay.

    From £1,083 per week
  • Villa in Antigua, Fuerteventura

    Holiday villa in Antigua, Fuerteventura

    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 4

    A sleek and spacious property based in Caleta de Fuste, Villa Telde is an exceptional option for those looking to revel in a decadent array of striking views and modern amenities.

    From £1,083 per week
  • Villa in Geafond, Fuerteventura

    Holiday villa in La Oliva, Fuerteventura, with private pool

    4 bedroom villa • Sleeps 10

    This 4 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Geafond and sleeps 10 people. It has a garden, barbeque facilities and parking nearby.

    From £1,073 per week
  • Villa in Parque Holandés, Fuerteventura

    Villa rental in La Oliva, Fuerteventura

    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    Located on the picturesque island of Fuerteventura, amidst the charming town of La Oliva, awaits a tranquil haven known as Villa Vera. This exquisite holiday villa.

    From £1,084 per week

Reviews of our villas in Fuerteventura

We have 60 reviews of our villas in Fuerteventura.

  • Britta S.
    Britta S.
    February 2019
    3 bedroom Tuineje holiday villa rental with private pool
    We have a week holiday in the Villa Fuentita and the time really enjoyed! The house is spacious, well equipped, cozy, bright and very clean. The on-site support worked perfectly in English and French. A great starting point to explore the entire island. In Gran Tarajal you can quickly go shopping or enjoy fresh fish with sea views. Minimal criticism, small street was right in front of the house, everything else Tiptop! Thank you, XXX!
  • Fabienne
    Fabienne
    November 2017
    3 bedroom Tuineje villa to rent
    Friendly welcome, The house is very well appointed and spacious. This one behind the road is quiet. Close to Gran Tarajal for shopping and Les Resto, it is very well placed. Two points of improvement: lack of hot water for the shower and the pool is cold for bathing.
  • Frédéric
    Frédéric
    August 2017
    3 bedroom holiday villa in Tuineje, Fuerteventura, with private pool
    Nice rental for the family, well located on the island, calm and possible rest and small walk possible. Well received and very clean with 2 people who spends every 3 days to clean and maintain the garden and pool. Small flat for the equipment of the kitchen which is a little fair for 6 people and Wifi that works moderately (but we are on an island)
  • Gerlinde
    Gerlinde
    March 2018
    3 bedroom Tuineje villa to rent
    The house is very tasteful and the kitchen utensils are well chosen. The only thing I found a bit bad was to find the driveway. The Navi brought me to the spot, but you could not see the entrance immediately. A sign or a marker would be very helpful. I would always recommend it. Thank you .
  • Alfredo
    Alfredo
    October 2017
    3 bedroom Tuineje villa to rent
    Very good villa, very complete, very well located, very quiet, the only thing missing is air conditioning to the villa because at night it is very hot in the house and does not rest well
  • Carmen
    Carmen
    April 2017
    3 bedroom holiday villa in Tuineje, Fuerteventura, with private pool
    I loved the situation away from the noisy nuclei, the brightness, spaciousness and comfort of the house. The kitchen does not lack anything. It has wifi, very important nowadays. Thanks for the sponge cake and the water bottles. I hope to repeat soon.

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Prices and Availability for villas in Fuerteventura

Cheapest monthFebruary 2025 average weekly price £1,31932% of villas are available
High seasonAugust 2024 average weekly price £1,88376% of villas are available

All data is for the next 12 months and all the prices are the average weekly cost (Saturday - Saturday).

Price information for villas in Fuerteventura (2024 - 2025)

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Average weekly prices for villas in Fuerteventura

The prices graph for villas in Fuerteventura shows you the average weekly price for one of our villas over the next twelve months. August and December are the most expensive months to rent a villa in Fuerteventura where the average price is £1,883 in August and £1,877 in December. The cheapest month to rent a villa is in February where the average weekly price is £1,290 (17/02 - 24/02). The average price of a villa in Fuerteventura varies considerably between regions, distance from the nearest beach and the size of the villa. See the graph for average weekly prices for our top destinations in Fuerteventura below.

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Weekly availability for villas in Fuerteventura

The graph above shows the availability of our villa holiday rentals in Fuerteventura over the next twelve months. February (10/02 - 17/02) is the busiest time to rent a villa in Fuerteventura where only 27 of our villas are available to book. The quietest time to visit Fuerteventura at the moment is in January (18/01 - 25/01) where 85% of our villas have availability.

Travel guide

A quick overview of Fuerteventura

The sun-kissed island of Fuerteventura is the second largest of the Canaries. Popular for having over 3,000 hours of annual sunshine, this utopian holiday destination is also known for its pristine coastline, azure blue waters and 150 white sand beaches where you can enjoy the gentle sea breeze and otherworldly volcanic landscape. Discover vast golden beaches, a wide range of water-sports and excellent bars and restaurants offering both traditional and international cuisines.

Key holiday info

  • It is a 4 hour direct flight from the UK to Fuerteventura Airport.
  • From June to August, the average daytime temperature is 28°C. Temperatures rarely fall below 22°C in winter.
  • The average sea temperature from August to September is 22°C.
  • Fuerteventura was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2009.
  • Practice your swing at one of the world-class 18-hole golf courses in and around Fuerteventura.
  • Corralejo has been a protected Natural Park since 1994.

How to get to Fuerteventura

Some airlines fly directly to Fuerteventura from the UK and Europe, and there are also connecting flights through Tenerife. Flights from the UK to any of the Canarian islands are a little over 4 hours long. Flying from Tenerife to Fuerteventura, however, is another 50 minutes. It’s a good idea to check with the owner on Clickstay whether they organise transfers from the airport. If not, taxis and shuttles are always an option. It’s a 45 minutes drive to Corralejo, and 110 minutes to Morro Jable.

Where to stay in Fuerteventura

Puerto del Rosario is a lively urban city full of attractions for tourists. Surrounded by the emerald waters of the Atlantic, the capital of Fuerteventura is known for its whitewashed houses and picturesque promenade. Caleta de Fuste resort, on the eastern coast, popped up almost overnight and is famous for vibrant nightlife, its gorgeous wide sheltered beach and golf courses. Corralejo, on the northern coast, is the jewel of La Oliva district and an excellent location for exploring Fuerteventura’s rich history, upscale resorts and the breath-taking northern landscape. El Cotillo fishing village offers a slower pace of life away from the bustle of street sellers and overcrowded tourist shops. Morro Jable is somewhere in between - not so much a vibrant resort, but not quiet either. There is a good quality golf course nearby, and loads of exciting activities for the entire family.

Beaches in Fuerteventura

The beautiful secluded bays dotted around the more popular family-oriented beaches make Fuerteventura the perfect holiday destination to experience laid-back island life. Fuerteventura boasts large stretches of beaches with all the facilities and amenities that make for a relaxing break beside the Atlantic. As mentioned earlier, Playa del Castillo in Caleta de Fuste is gorgeous. Wide and sheltered with tons of available activities, the beach is perfect for a family holiday. Playa de Sotavento is a little different. Located in the south east of Fuerteventura, it’s a very quiet and immense beach with Sahara-like dunes in the backdrop and crystal clear waters in front. Playa del Castillo on the north western coast is naturally sheltered by cliffs and there’s very little waves and wind. The beach is perfect for families with children. Similar to Playa de Sotavento, Playa de Cofete does not offer amenities, resorts, or hotels, but instead offers serenity, beauty and miles of sand.

Golf courses in Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura boasts 4 golf courses, two of which are next to each other, near Caleta de Fuste - Fuerteventura Golf and Salinas de Antigua. Both courses are 18 holes and in outstanding shape with fairways well-kept and excellent greens. Due to these two courses, Las Playitas Golf course is often overlooked, and it shouldn’t be. It’s a fine looking par 70 course with 18 holes and neatly groomed fairways and greens. Jandía Golf is also a top-notch course. It’s 18 holes, par 72, built in 1995. Located in the southernmost part of the island, among the mostly barren landscape, it’s astonishing to see this course so well-maintained.

Things to do in Fuerteventura

This Spanish gem boasts a huge choice of leisure activities which you’ll especially love if you have a passion for water sports. Whether you base yourself in Puerto del Rosario, Costa Calma or El Cotillo, there are plenty of resorts along Fuerteventura's coast offering an array of outdoor activities - from snorkeling and dolphin watching excursions to bike and coastal walking tours. The entire island has been a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve since 2009. For nature lovers, the vast stretch of rolling sand dunes at Corralejo Natural Park is a must-see; Cuchillos de Vigán is a stunning waterfront natural park with an interpretation centre; and you can learn so much about the diverse natural beauty of the Canaries at Jandía Natural Park.

Kids activities in Fuerteventura

If travelling with children, you want to stay in larger resorts, towns and ports offering a range of fun activities for kids and even adults. Several beaches in Morro Jable piece together over 5 kilometers long stretch of sand with loads of activities available. Also - and this is pretty much the case with all larger resorts on the island - there are at least several boat agencies in the port offering all kinds of activities like dolphin watching, surfing lessons and snorkeling. Oasis Park in La Lajita offers some quite exciting rides for the entire family, and so does Acua Water Park in Corralejo, which is closed for the winter and reopens on April 1st.

Getting around Fuerteventura

Hiring a car or taxi seems to be a more practical option, but using a bus to get around Fuerteventura is a lot cheaper. For example, a taxi from Puerto del Rosario to Morro Jable costs over 100 Euros. Hiring a small car for a week would cost between 80-130 Euros, plus gas; the price depends on the agency you use and the time of visit. On the other hand, getting from Puerto del Rosario to Morro Jable by bus costs about 10 Euros. So, even though it covers only the eastern coast and some central parts of the island, public transport is definitely a cheaper, but less practical option.

Where to eat in Fuerteventura

For a taste of authentic Fuerteventura there are plenty of traditional Spanish restaurants and original tapas bars where you'll find a friendly local atmosphere. Tapas bars are perfect for grabbing a quick and cheap meal, but for fine dining visit any of the delightful restaurants all over Fuerteventura. El Bar de Marko in Costa Calma is one of the better choices for a tapas meal. The restaurant is surprisingly cheap considering the quality and quantity it offers. Casa Santa Maria is a Spanish restaurant charmingly settled in the historic quarter in Betancuria. The restaurant is a bit pricier, but offers a great range of excellent dishes and the quaint interior is nothing short of amazing.

Nightlife in Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is a rather relaxing holiday destination, catering mostly to those looking to enjoy nature in tranquility. However, after sundown you can enjoy the lively nightlife at the many cocktail and karaoke bars, as well as beach bars that transform into mini clubs along the seafront in lager resorts. Retro, in Corralejo, is a bar and restaurant with great tapas, excellent cocktails and live music - perfect for an amiable night out. The atmosphere at Pieros Cafe and Restaurante, in Caleta de Fuste, can get a little livelier depending on the night of the week. They put on live music shows, comedy shows and karaoke.

Shopping in Fuerteventura

Though there’s few shopping options in Fuerteventura, you can still stumble on some good shops and stores in larger resorts. Corralejo, for example, is brimming with all kinds of stores, boutiques, tobacco shops, gift shops… There are also several good shopping malls in Corralejo, Solana Matorral, Costa Calma and Caleta de Fuste with some upmarket suppliers and fast food joints. If looking for some authentic Canarian crafts to take home with you, Trecepeces Fuerteventura in Ajuy has some quite interesting items.

  • Morro Jable beach is one of the most beautiful stretches of coast in the Canaries boasting 4km of white sand
    Morro Jable beach is one of the most beautiful stretches of coast in the Canaries boasting 4km of white sand
  • Whitewashed Corralejo town in La Oliva district, overlooking Lobos Island
    Whitewashed Corralejo town in La Oliva district, overlooking Lobos Island
  • One of Morro Jable's many palm-lined beaches in Jandía district
    One of Morro Jable's many palm-lined beaches in Jandía district
  • Stroll in style! Camels in Oasis Park in La Lajita, on Fuerteventura's southeast coast
    Stroll in style! Camels in Oasis Park in La Lajita, on Fuerteventura's southeast coast
  • Secluded Cofete beach in Morro Jable and it's mountainous landscape on the island's west coast
    Secluded Cofete beach in Morro Jable and it's mountainous landscape on the island's west coast
  • We have a number of luxury villas in Fuerteventura with private pools
    We have a number of luxury villas in Fuerteventura with private pools
  • An aerial view of the stunning Caleta de Fuste resort - the crown jewel of the Antigua district
    An aerial view of the stunning Caleta de Fuste resort - the crown jewel of the Antigua district
  • Sotavento beach's seemingly neverending coastline and azure waters, Pájara district
    Sotavento beach's seemingly neverending coastline and azure waters, Pájara district
  • Sun-drenched Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Fuerteventura's capital, Puerto del Rosario
    Sun-drenched Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Fuerteventura's capital, Puerto del Rosario
  • The Salt Museum at the entrance of the small fishing village of Salinas del Carmen
    The Salt Museum at the entrance of the small fishing village of Salinas del Carmen
  • The picturesque town of Betancuria village with its church tower in the background
    The picturesque town of Betancuria village with its church tower in the background
  • Majorero Cheese Museum in the heart of Antigua Town
    Majorero Cheese Museum in the heart of Antigua Town
  • Panoramic views of Lobos Island and Lanzarote, seen from Corralejo Beach
    Panoramic views of Lobos Island and Lanzarote, seen from Corralejo Beach
  • Castillo del Tostón beach, one of the many stunning beaches of El Cotillo resort in La Oliva district
    Castillo del Tostón beach, one of the many stunning beaches of El Cotillo resort in La Oliva district
  • Aerial views of the family-friendly resort of Caleta de Fuste on the island's east coast
    Aerial views of the family-friendly resort of Caleta de Fuste on the island's east coast
  • La Concha beach in El Cotillo with its turquoise waters and mountain backdrop
    La Concha beach in El Cotillo with its turquoise waters and mountain backdrop
  • A golf course in Caleta de Fuste, on Fuerteventura's east coast
    A golf course in Caleta de Fuste, on Fuerteventura's east coast
  • The deserted mountain landscape in Jandía natural park, south of Fuerteventura
    The deserted mountain landscape in Jandía natural park, south of Fuerteventura
  • A typical Canary style church built from volcanic stone in La Oliva village
    A typical Canary style church built from volcanic stone in La Oliva village
  • The stretch of white sand and aquamarine waters of Costa Calma beach on Jandía peninsula
    The stretch of white sand and aquamarine waters of Costa Calma beach on Jandía peninsula
  • The sun-drenched ancient square of the island's capital, Puerto del Rosario
    The sun-drenched ancient square of the island's capital, Puerto del Rosario
  • Views of Corralejo Natural Park with its sand dunes and winding road
    Views of Corralejo Natural Park with its sand dunes and winding road

Did you know...

  • Fuerteventura is the oldest and second largest island of the Canaries.
  • Feel the Saharan desert winds blow over the island’s beautiful white sandy beaches and across the Atlantic.
  • Fuerteventura enjoys around 3,000 hours of annual sunshine - over twice the amount of annual sunshine in the UK!
  • Learn about the island's salt production process at The Salt Museum at the entrance of Salinas del Carmen village.
  • One of the most emblematic monuments and longest preserved home of the Canaries is the 18th Century House of the Colonels, found in La Oliva Town.
  • The Jandía Natural Park on the island's south-west is the largest of the three natural parks in Fuerteventura.

Discover Fuerteventura

Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Fuerteventura and what to do on your holiday in Fuerteventura.

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    Clickstay on tour: A week in Fuerteventura
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