What is Fuerteventura like in April?

April is the heart of spring with 11 hours of sunshine on average with average highs of 22 degrees and lows of 15 degrees. Perfect conditions for outdoor fun. Historical weather data indicated that April is the most stable and predictable month in relation to the weather. The sky is always clear and rainfall is at a minimum level.


Can I surf in Fuerteventura?

Wave Rider and 7 Island Surf School are only a few of the many on the island which provide lessons for all types of surfers from the beginner to the more confident. Fuerteventura being famous for its watersports also offers a range of activities;diving, underwater excursions (submarine), boat trips and snorkelling available in all major tourist resorts which include Corralejo, Costa Calma, Costa Caleta and down south in Jandia.


Where should I stay in Fuerteventura?

Corralejo – situated in the north of the island, has a great mix of modern and traditional options to cater for all ages. Located in the north of the island, this area is great for our watersport enthusiasts as the weather conditions are perfect. Corralejo, a former fishing village near to the harbour still has its charm and natural beauty with a long stretch of untouched sand dunes.

Costa Caleta – a purpose built resort and a favourite spot amongst customers. Amusement parks,golf courses, watersports and a range of bars and restaurants are only a few things on offer. This resort is perfect for anyone looking for things to do both day and night.

The best hotels would have to be the SunConnect Suite Atlantis, with a Canarian style look and feel and a host of added benefits. This hotel is truly perfect for all types of customer. If you are looking for a more luxury and top end hotel, then the Gran Atlantis Bahia Real Grand Luxe is arguably the best in the Canary Islands. The only hotel to be rated as a 5 GL rating. Both located in Corralejo.

Further down south in the most commercialised resort of Costa Caleta, the smartline Castillo de Anitgua is situated in a perfect position overlooking the ocean with fantastic rooms and facilities. This hotel definitely stands out and is great value for money.


Can I scuba dive in Fuerteventura?

Yes – head to Deep Blue Diving Base where courses are offered for beginners right through to experienced divers.


Can I go hiking in Fuerteventura?

From easy trails in the north: Cotillo – Playa del Aguila to more challenging tracks such as Morro Jable – Faro Punta De Jandia, there are definitely plenty of options for hiking in Fuerteventura.
If it’s a hike with a view you’re after, take the trek which connects the two municipal capitals of Antigua and Betancuria. Totalling just over three kilometres, you’ll be able to see the mountainous trio, Bermeja, La Ventosilla and Tindaya. A short detour will take you to the Mirador de Morro Veloso, perched on top of the 669 metre tall Montaña Tegú. Hire company ‘Time for Nature’ is perfect for the above.