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Playa Chica also called Los Pozos, is located in the capital Puerto del Rosario on the western coast of the island of Fuerteventura. Near the city’s port, this small blue-flag beach is mostly frequented by locals, although the odd tourist visits, too.

The sand in the bay is white and fine, the waters clean and

Marfolín Beach, in El Cotillo, La Oliva, on the island of Fuerteventura, is 950 metres long and 30 metres wide. It forms part of the town’s urban landscape and is popular throughout the year.

Despite its popularity and general appeal, Marfolín Beach is still a peaceful place with average levels of occupation. Its fine

El Matorral Beach, also known as Jandía Beach due to its southern coastal location, is situated next to Morro Jable in Pájara – easily reachable by bus from Fuerteventura Airport via the FV-2 road in just over an hour.

The fine golden sands and gentle turquoise waters of this beach make it the tourist beach par excellence of

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.

Pozo Negro Beach is located in the municipality of Antigua on Fuerteventura’s east coast and is easily accessible by car. It has one of the only cove’s that has not yet been affected by tourism; a true, untouched fishing village.

The bay is surrounded by numerous hills, which bring character to the landscape, and the black stony beaches are

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