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
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.
The town of Costa Calma is located in southeastern Fuerteventura, in the municipality of Pájara, and is one of the island’s most significant tourist centres. Its beautiful beach with fair white sand is around two kilometres long, and there is a wide array of hotels less than a minute’s walk away from the beach.
This beach has over 700 metres of fine white sand, and its impressive breadth can make you feel you are the only person on the beach, despite its popularity with tourists and locals alike – an impression reinforced by circular stone constructions designed to protect visitors from the wind, which could otherwise at times be too strong.
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.