The bay of Caleta de Fuste is found in the town of Antigua, around ten kilometres south of the airport. The beach is the tourist centre of El Castillo and is one of the island’s main tourist destinations. All kinds of facilities are available here, as well as an important harbour for sports, with diving and windsurfing centres.
Corralejo Viejo Beach – or La Goleta beach also known as Waikiki Bwech – is a very popular and busy beach in Corralejo, northern Fuerteventura. It is around 200 metres long and boasts fine white sand and crystal-clear waters, as well as showers where people can rinse off when leaving the beach.
It is located within Corralejo bay and has very gentle waves
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.
El Muelle Chico Beach is located in Corralejo, on the northeast coast of the island of Fuerteventura. It enjoys great popularity among locals. Around 100 metres long, it has soft waves and fine, white sand; great for people looking for a relaxing afternoon and a little dip.
Residents of the La Oliva municipality often visit the tourist
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,