Fuerteventura is a paradise for surfers, wind surfers, kite surfers, body boarders and stand up paddle boarders.
The island offers countless great surf spots; the most popular ones being Playa de Sotavento, Costa Calma and the beaches within the Parque Natural de Corralejo nature reserve.
Fuerteventura offers a variety of amazing dive sites and its waters are home to turtles, angel sharks, barracudas, tuna, rays and moray eels.
Pleasant water temperatures (20 degrees on average) and visibility of up to 50 metres make Fuerteventura an excellent destination for divers.
A variety of local dive centre offer special courses for beginners and advanced divers.
Golf enthusiasts can enjoy four spectacular 18-hole golf courses in Fuerteventura:
Jandia Golf Course 18 Hole, Par 72
Just like Salobre Golf North and Meloneras Golf in Gran Canaria, the Jandia Golf Course was designed by the American architect Ron Kirby.
With views of the mountains and the Jandía lighthouse, the 18 Hole golf course is just 1,5 km away from the resort with the same name.
Golfclub Salinas de Antigua 18 Hole, Par 70
Located on the coast at Caleta de Fuste, this golf course was designed by two-time World Cup champion Manolo Piñero.
Just a few kilometres from Fuerteventura’s Airport, the golf course, with its flat landscape and 4 lakes, offers spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Playitas Golf 18 Hole, Par 67
Opened at the end of 2009 Playitas Golf was designed by the renowned golf architect John Chilver-Stainer.
Located near the small coastal town of Las Playitas, this hilly golf course provides gorgeous vistas over the ocean and the mountains of Fuerteventura.
Fuerteventura Golf Club 18 Hole, Par 72
Fuerteventura Golf, the first 18 Hole golf course in Fuerteventura, hosted the Spanish Open in 2004.
Located south of Caleta del Fuste resort, this challenging golf course has long fairways.
Why not discover the spectacular lunar landscapes and amazing beaches of Fuerteventura on horseback?
Horse lovers will find plenty of different riding schools in Fuerteventura.
The majority of holiday makers choose Fuerteventura because of its heavenly beaches.
However, the volcanic island also offers fascinating landscapes, untouched nature and lonely trails.
The best time for walking holidays in Fuerteventura is in autumn, winter and spring, since most of the trails are unshaded.
Most of Fuerteventura’s routes are well signposted and maintained.
There are several walking companies offering guided walks and stunning trails for many different skill levels.
Little traffic and well paved roads make Fuerteventura an ideal destination for cyclists.
It's why cyclists and mountain bikers train all-year-round in Fuerteventura and holiday-makers set off on any day they choose.