A coastline dotted with white-sand and golden beaches, pleasant temperatures no matter when you visit and waters made for surfing, Fuerteventura is undoubtedly a go-to year-round holiday destination. The second largest of Spain’s Canary Islands - a not-too-long four hour flight from the UK – is home to some of the archipelago’s most stunningly pristine beaches, a stark and volcanic interior and sleepy villages where famed goat’s cheese is produced. Winds on the western side of the island provide ideal conditions for windsurfing and kite surfing, with championships for both held yearly, while the calmer waters of the eastern coast make for family-friendly swimming. Explore the Sahara-like dunes of Corralejo Nature Reserve, follow the local’s lead and sunbathe beside the lagoons of El Cotillo or take a day trip to the Isle of Lobos, a nature reserve abundant with bird life, well-marked hiking trails and (of course) sandy beaches. To plan your visit to Fuerteventura call one of our European Travel Specialists.