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Your hotel in Fuerteventura


General

Fuerteventura is the second largest island in the Canaries. The island lies only 120 km from the coast of Morocco. The airport is located near the capital Puerto del Rosario. On Fuerteventura live only about 100,929 people. Almost 30% of the population are foreigners. The national language is Spanish. Fuerteventura is known for its desert-like countryside, large sand dunes and miles of sandy beaches. The highest mountain on the island (Pico de Jandia) is only 807 m high.

History of Fuerteventura

The origin of the indigenous inhabitants, the Guanches, is uncertain. It is estimated that Berbers from North Africa around 3,000 BC, settled the Canary Islands. The Spaniards settled in the 15th Century. Spain belongs to the EU since 1986. The Canaries but have a special status as a free trade zone.

Climate of Fuerteventura

Bathing weather prevails throughout the year at temperatures between 19 and 30 degrees. Only when the winds blow from the Sahara, the temperature rises extremely..

Economy of Fuerteventura

Tourism is the largest source of income for the island. Crops are tomatoes, potatoes and Aloe Vera plants. Goat cheese and sea salt where also distributed.

Tourism in Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is a paradise for surfers, kiters and surfers. Also, walking and cycling are popular pursuits. Families with children appreciate the Jandia Playa in the south of the island. Those looking for nightlife on holiday, find this in Corralejo.

Traffic in Fuerteventura

The road network is very good and thanks to the international airport the island is connected to many European countries. By ferry you can reach Gran Canaria and Tenerife.