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Visitors to Fuerteventura (FUE) can find little villages, endless landscapes and magnificent mountain and hiking trails. The golden yellow beaches and the sandy dunes are a hallmark of this popular holiday island. If you're expecting a lot of sights and historic buildings, you'll be disappointed however. Fuerteventura (FUE) is known for its miles of sandy beaches and many secluded coves. At about 1,700 square kilometres, Fuerteventura (FUE) is the second-largest Canary Island, but it is not one of the party islands. Tourists are far more likely to find secluded beaches with around 300 sunny days a year in which to enjoy a relaxing holiday. The island's many little villages such as Costa Calma, Jandia or Antigua offer tourists a wealth of restaurants and bars boasting local specialities and wines.
Book Fuerteventura (FUE) flights now and discover the many little mountain villages, the stunning landscapes and the almost endless hiking trails in the island's mountains. Hundreds of miles of the very best sandy beaches and many secluded coves await you. Fuerteventura (FUE), the second-largest Canary Island, is approximately 1,700 square kilometres in size. Anyone looking to party until the wee hours will be sorely disappointed, as the island is one of rest and relaxation during its more than 300 days of sun per year. If you want to experience authentic island flair, then visit one of the many villages with their numerous bars and restaurants serving local dishes and seasonal wines.
The small town of Costa Calma is approximately 85 kilometres away from the island's airport. Its many hotels and bungalows are very popular with families with children due to their proximity to the beach. Betancuria is more contemplative – with only around 700 inhabitants, this historically significant town is the island's smallest. Book your Fuerteventura (FUE) flights now and discover the island's culinary side. Tapas, the small snacks, are especially popular. From goat's cheese and olives to delicious Serrano ham, holidaymakers can really treat themselves in the local restaurants. Fuerteventura (FUE) does of course also boast fresh fish and seafood such as halibut, squid or mussels.