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Corralejo lies in the north of Fuerteventura forty minutes from the airport. Originally a small fishing village it has grown into the island’s largest resort. The old town around the harbour retains its traditional charm.
Corralejo offers a relaxing holiday with a choice of wonderful sandy beaches being lapped by crystal clear waters. There are many leisure and sporting facilities in the area, all of which can be enjoyed in warm sunshine. The old town and harbour provide charm that can be lacking in purpose built resorts.
A Corralejo holiday appeals mainly to families with young children and couples. Those families with teenage children may find it a little quiet in the evenings.
Corralejo is a year round holiday destination having pleasantly hot summers and warm winters. Those seeking winter sun need look no further than the Canary Islands where the temperature lies in the low twenties.
Corralejo lies on the northern tip of Fuerteventura. It has grown from a small fishing village into the busiest resort on the island. As well as the old harbour there is a ferry port and a modern marina. Ferries arrive daily shedding their load of visitors from Playa Blanca in Lanzarote who come to enjoy the wonderful beaches and sand dunes.
The beach close to the centre is Playa la Cavellina which is small and sheltered with safe bathing. South of the harbour and within the nature reserve are two further beaches with sand dunes. Playa de Pozo is most popular with naturists.
The conditions here are ideal for surfing, wind surfing and kite boarding.
Fishing is popular from the pier and there are also organised deep sea fishing trips.
There is a small water park with a number of flumes and slides that is very popular with children.
The island is best explored by hiring a 4x4 or by taking a guided jeep safari. The many inland villages with their cobbled streets and whitewashed dwellings simply ooze charm. Here you can enjoy the best of traditional food.
The island of Lobos with its beautiful beaches and shimmering lakes can be reached in only thirty minutes.
A Corralejo holiday is a chance to switch off, unwind in the sun and soak up the relaxing atmosphere of this charming resort.
Although there are a number of lively bars with music in Corralejo the nightlife is essentially low-key catering as it does for families who like to sleep at night. There are plenty of opportunities, particularly in the old town, for couples to enjoy an intimate evening in peaceful surroundings.
One of the attractions of shopping in the Canary Islands is that goods are virtually tax free. The shopping centre in Corralejo has a variety of shops, while the narrow streets of the old town are crammed with craft stalls and tiny shops selling goods that are ideal for gifts and souvenirs.
Corralejo has many cafés, bars and restaurants providing a wide range of food that caters for most tastes. Whatever you fancy, from fast food to Italian or from roast dinners to traditional fish menus, the restaurants of Corralejo will provide for your needs. There are some excellent fish restaurants in the old town and down by the harbour where your food is prepared from the freshest of ingredients.