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  • Antigua

    Experience an authentic way of life in Antigua and discover its preserved Canarian architecture. Marvel at the surreal artistry of the locals at Dreams House Museum. For a peaceful and quiet family holiday, head to Costa de Antigua or party the night away in the vibrant Caleta de Fuste.

Reviews of our villas in Fuerteventura

We have 389 reviews of our villas in Fuerteventura.

August 2019

We had a lovely stay at Casa Colina. The villa is clean and well equipped with everything you could need for your stay. The pool was a nice size for our young son to play in and the hot tub was an added bonus. The villa is situated in a quiet area, ideal if like us you want some peace and quiet. However Corralejo centre, with it's beaches and bars, was only 5 minutes by bus or taxi. Communication with Belinda was easy with quick responses and the agents in Fuerteventura responded immediately when we required some advice. Thank you Belinda.

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Nicola Family from Edinburgh, United Kingdom
July 2019

Property as described, great comms throughout. We enjoyed a really great stay , would strongly recommend a car. The only very minor comment, the pool could do with being heated a couple of degrees higher

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Mark Family from Southend On Sea, United Kingdom
May 2019

Overall the villa has an amazing view and the access to the beach is really pleasant. Also the covert part of the terrace is especially in the evening, very comfortable.

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Renter: Rebekka
April 2019

This was a fantastic central base (with beautiful sea views) from which to explore the island. The villa was exceptionally clean and well equipped. Goats in the evening were fun visitors to the golf course. If you are staying here I would recommend a hire car although there are a few lovely places nearby

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Renter: Rachel
March 2019

We really like this complex and the bungalows. They have plenty of space and privacy and are away from the noise and bustle of the main part of the resort. This bungalow was nicely presented, in good order with everything we needed for a peaceful break. The owner gave detailed directions and was flexible with our departure time as no guests had booked to stay following us. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and can't wait to go back.

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Graham Couple from Gillingham, United Kingdom
March 2019

Excellent villa, very peaceful and great views . Ideal for a golf party or family. Would use again. I would advise a hire car although taxis are plentiful and only 5 euros to centre of Caleta De Fuste

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Renter: John

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Travel guide

Villas in Fuerteventura

The sun-kissed island of Fuerteventura is the second largest of the Canaries, off the northern coast of Africa. Popular for its year-round sunshine, this utopian holiday destination is known for its pristine coastline, azure blue waters and 150 white sand beaches where you can enjoy the gentle sea breeze and otherwordly volcanic landscape.

The beautiful secluded bays dotted around the more popular family-oriented beaches make Fuerteventura the perfect villa holiday to experience laid-back island life. 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. For nature lovers, the vast stretch of rolling sand dunes at Corralejo Natural Park is a must-see; or learn about the diverse natural beauty of the Canaries at Jandía Natural Park.

Fuerteventura boasts large stretches of beaches with all the facilities and amenities that make for a relaxing break beside the Atlantic. After sundown enjoy the lively nightlife at the many cocktail and karaoke bars, as well as beach bars that transform into mini clubs along the seafront. 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. If you can tear yourself away from the coast or your villa pool, the island’s inner region is scattered with unspoiled villages nestled among volcanic rocks, cactus and hibiscus plants.

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.

A beginner's guide to renting a villa in Fuerteventura

With over 150 beaches, spectacular sand dunes, wind-surfing galore and more than 3,000 hours of annual sunshine, the island of Fuerteventura has plenty to rival its neighbours, Tenerife and Lanzarote. An island of natural beauty, it is the perfect base for an unforgettable beach holiday. Discover vast golden beaches, a wide range of water-sports and excellent bars and restaurants offering both traditional and international cuisines.

Fuerteventura's main tourist destinations include:

Corralejo is the jewel of La Oliva district and an excellent location for exploring Fuerteventura’s rich history, upscale resorts and breath-taking northern landscape. The perfect blend of modern and traditional, it offers something for all ages, keeping you entertained from dawn til dusk. Try your hand at water sports, let your hair down on sun-drenched beaches, embark on mountain bike adventures, or take a relaxing day trip trip to the nearby islands of Lanzarote and Lobos. Experience a traditional way of life at the old town of Corralejo, with its traditional Canarian bars where you can try tapas along with a nice cold beer or glass of wine. Party the night away with friendly locals in the new town with with its many shops and smaller bars and restaurants.

Corralejo Natural Park, 10 minutes from the town of Corralejo, is renowned for its long coastal strip of otherworldly sandy beaches, where you can enjoy the desert beauty of Fuerteventura island. This coastal region has two contrasting, yet equally beautiful sides. In the north, explore the huge stretch of white sands bathed by the turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean, whilst the unspoiled south boasts a rugged volcanic landscape.

El Cotillo fishing village offers a slower pace of life away from the bustle of street sellers and overcrowded tourist shops. Set in quiet bays, its idyllic beaches are perfect for families with small children, with excellent conditions for surfing and kite-boarding. El Cotillo's varied landscape offers a diversity of beaches; in the north are the most popular white, sandy beaches of La Concha and Los Lagos, while the local El Cotillo beach in the south stretches for several kilometres along the wild, steep cliffs.

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. It’s also home to many outstanding examples of Canarian architecture; among them is the city's gem, Our Lady of the Rosary Church in the heart of Puerto del Rosario. If, however, history isn't your cup of tea, why not have a shot at surfing and kite-boarding at the popular local beaches of Playa Blanca and Playa Chica.

Costa de Antigua on the island’s east coast is a very small and peaceful family-friendly resort with few amenities and a beautiful stretch of white natural beach and clear waters; a paradise for sun-worshippers and water-sports enthusiasts. The town is a stone’s throw from the fantastic Majorero Cheese Museum in the centre of Antigua village, just 15 minutes away. Not only will your kids appreciate the opportunity to learn about the island’s history and cheese-making culture, but also enjoy the experience of milking a mechanical goat! 

Caleta de Fuste is a modern tourist town approximately 10 minutes from Fuerteventura Airport. As one of the newest resorts on the island, discover a mix of adventure, fun and relaxation, with modern holiday amenities, golf courses and pretty beaches to relax on. Soak up the sun on the local sheltered beach with its gentle breeze and clear, relatively shallow water surrounded by an enclosed bay. If you’re after a fun family day out, surprise them with a visit to Dreams House Museum and watch them be amazed at a life-time collection of miniature surprises, from toys and dolls to military and everyday items everyone can enjoy.

Costa Calma is a resort town in Pájara district on Fuerteventura's south coast. Its idyllic shoreline invites you to stroll along its beach, admiring its rocky landscape smoothed by years of erosion. Protected from the wind, the shallow-water beach of Sotavento makes a perfect base for a fun day out with family. La Lajita village on the north-east is home to Oasis Park Zoo where you can interact with sea lions and lemurs, ride a camel or take photos with the animals. Jandía Natural Park stretches across the peninsula to the south-west, where you’ll find exotic bird-life and dramatic volcanic peaks. Find your own slice of pure paradise in its seemingly endless white sand beaches. 

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.

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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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