The colours of Fuerteventura

It certainly looks very promising that we will soon be able to return to holidaying abroad. With the increasing vaccine rollout, confidence is once again returning to the traveller.  The Canary Island of Fuerteventura is proving to be a popular choice for the latter part of this year onwards. This Spanish island may conjure up images of vast, white and golden sandy beaches and sand dunes. However, there’s much more to see around the island and here are just some of our favourites.

Fuerteventura is one of 8 Canary islands and is the second largest after Tenerife.  You’ll find the island has over 50km of stunning beaches. Being only 100km from the coast of Morocco has meant that sands from the Sahara have been deposited along the coast of Fuerteventura over the centuries.

Corralejo

Although you may be tempted to relax by the hotel’s swimming

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