Located in a semi-urban area and spanning almost three kilometres – shared with two other beaches – Butihondo is one of the natural wonders of the town of Pájara, southeastern Fuerteventura.
The waves here are gentle, so children can play in the sand and swim safely while adults relax – and lovers of watersports can
El Caserón beach is around 300 metres long and is located in the municipality of La Oliva in northern Fuerteventura, in the protected region of the Dunas de Corralejo Natural Park. Here, you can find crystalline waters and golden sand on a mostly flat terrain; the perfect place to spend time with the family on a seaside trip, as it is very safe thanks to its gentle waves.
Gran Tarajal beach is located in Tuineje in southeastern Fuerteventura. It is near to the port and is popular with the locals. It spans 700 metres in length and, depending on the tide, an average of 90 metres in width.
There is space for everyone; the great conditions make it one of the island’s most popular blue-flag beaches. The sand is fine,
Playa Blanca is located in Puerto del Rosario on the island of Fuerteventura. It is known for its fine sand and varying wave swells; towards the front, waves are small – almost flat – and currents are gentle. Further back, past the line of buoys, watersports enthusiasts can enjoy taller waves and stronger winds.
The coastal town of Tarajalejo, in the southeast of Fuerteventura – one of the Canary Islands – has a large bay, around 1400 metres long and 45 metres wide. A prominent rocky seabed protects the bay’s fine black sands, studded with pebbles, from the gentle waves.
You can access Tarajalejo beach by car or on the nº 1 bus