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Nestled on the northern tip of Fuerteventura is the pretty beach resort of Corralejo. With year-round sunshine, holidays in Corralejo are all about laid-back, sun-drenched beaches and stunning natural beauty. This Canary Island holiday destination is incredibly popular among solo travellers, couples and families alike. This former fishing village has kept its rustic charm so expect to find traditional cottages and picturesque streets. Flanked by rolling sand dunes, Corralejo holidays boast vast expanses of powdery white-sand beaches that are a paradise for kite boarders or just sun-worshippers wanting to bask under a parasol. Watersport lovers can head to the Grandes Playas nature park to enjoy windsurfing, or take a private sail boat to swim and snorkel in the serene bays around the island on your holidays in Corralejo.
Sea and Surf on Corralejo Beaches
Corralejo’s beautiful coastline features long stretches of white sandy beaches. Right by the harbour is Town Beach, with lots of shops, cafés and restaurants. A short walk away is the busy Galera Beach, buzzing with beach bars, but if you’re looking for a great place to try out watersports head to Flag Beach. Corralejo is also a haven for surfers and its beaches are known to have some of the best surf spots in Europe. Whether you’re an expert or just adventurous, simply grab a board and make the most of waves. If you’re travelling with kids, take a day trip to Corralejo's Baku Park, a fun-filled waterpark that will keep them happy for hours.
Lounge on Los Lobos
Be whisked away to the deserted island of Los Lobos, a 15-minute boat ride away and an idyllic day trip. The island is now an official nature reserve and home to lots of wildlife. Take an unforgettable trip in a glass-bottomed boat to Los Lobos for a day of sun, sea and underwater adventure. The island has some of the best snorkeling in the Canaries as the water is crystal clear. Or why not explore the island by foot taking in panoramic sea views from the top of the old lighthouse or follow the hiking trails leading to the island's dramatic cauldron-shaped volcano.
Corralejo’s Old Town
Explore the old town of Corralejo with its pretty winding lanes, whitewashed buildings and charming vibe. Pretty, narrow streets house numerous seafood restaurants, and the traffic-free main street has international restaurants and shopping centres. When in Corralejo, hitting the tapas trail is also a must! Follow the yellow 'tapas sign' at the end of the harbour and you’ll be on the trail of the traditional tapas bars in the town’s backstreets. You'll find hidden gems that offer a wide selection of authentic local cuisine such as fresh fish dishes and the local delicacy papas arrugadas – a Canarian dish of wrinkly potatoes with a spicy dip.
Vibrant Corralejo Nightlife
Corralejo lays claim to the best party scene on the island and as evening descends, the resort comes alive with rocking bars, pubs and clubs with nightly live music. There are karaoke nights, parties, pub quizzes and local DJ nights to discover, or watch an acoustic session at one of Corralejo’s bars. If you are looking for a laid-back nightlife scene, there are plenty of chic, chilled out bars where you can relax and watch the sun go down with a cocktail in hand. The cultural hub of La Placita - or Music Square - is a must-visit where you'll find everything from local bands to fire dancers.
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