Fuerteventura is one of the most visited islands in the Canaries, and with so many spectacular natural attractions, it’s easy to see why millions of tourists flock here every year.
It receives more than 300 hours of sunshine every year. Just 100 km separates Fuerteventura from the African coast and the climate of the island is similar to Mexico and Florida.
Let’s take a look at some of the best places to stay on Fuerteventura:
Atlantis Bahia Real
Having won various awards over the years, it’s easy to see why this 5-star establishment continues to attract tourists from all over the world.
Not only does the Atlantis Bahia Real offer two heated swimming pools, as well as an open-air whirlpool bath, but guests can also take advantage of free sunbeds and a sun terrace.
JM Puerto Rosario
Charming, comfortable and welcoming, the JM Puerto Rosario is one of the best places to stay in Fuerteventura, if you’re working to a budget.
Not only is it situated near to the main attractions of the island, but it’s close to the airport too, so your transfer time will be super quick!
Popular with families on all-inclusive package holidays, the H10 Tindaya offers excellent service at affordable prices.
Offering free Wi-Fi and a great selection of food across breakfast, lunch and dinner, you can leave the kids to play in the pool while you sip tasty cocktails at the bar.
Sol y Mar
If you’re looking for a guesthouse in a great location and welcoming staff, then Sol y Mar is the place for you. With a tourist-friendly atmosphere and the all-you-can-eat breakfast table before 11am, this is the perfect setting for couples and young travellers looking to meet new people when holidaying on Fuerteventura.
This family-run lodge is another great place to stay in Fuerteventura, if you’re working to a tight budget, and with private apartments as well as shared accommodation, Paradise Lodge offers everything you need to have a relaxing stay on the island!
Located in a small fishing village in El Cotillo, Mariquita Hierro is surrounded by shops and restaurants for its guests to enjoy.
The rooms may be a little small but they’re certainly comfortable, and there are also free deck chairs as well as towel services on offer too.
With great food and an even better Spanish atmosphere, Mahoh is perfect for families and couples alike. The rooms are traditionally decorated, the setting is more of a country retreat than a hotel, meaning relaxation is easy here.
If you’re holidaying with the kids in Fuerteventura, then this is certainly the place to stay!
Not only is Apartamentos Fuentepark close to the beach, but from the swimming pool to the room facilities, you really won’t have to lift a finger to have a great time here.
Part of the RIU hotel and resort chain, Hotel Calypso looks out onto Playa de Jandia beach with glorious views of the ocean.
With Spanish-inspired menus and spacious rooms, guests are only minutes away from top attractions in Fuerteventura when staying in Hotel Calypso.
(Featured Image: Manu)