Since the recession of 2008 Fuerteventura has been the less touristic isle of the canarian archipelago.
Even though the isle is quite the same size of Gran Canaria and Tenerife, the residents are one-tenth. For this reason has become the main goal for the tour operators starting from the touristic upturn in 2014, thanks to a big offer of services and amusements together with a wild atmosphere: it was a new world to discover.Fuerteventura is not still very touristic but it has an excellent road network usefull for safe and quick trips to all the breathless beaches.
Fuerteventura is 1.659 km² wide and it is the second largest isle of the Canary Islands after Tenerife (2.034,38 km²); it is also the nearest to the african coast, only 97 km.far. The island is situated at the same latitude of Florida and Messico, its temperature is quite never under 18°C. There are more than 152 beaches along the coast: 50 Km of white and soft sand and 25 KM of black volcanic gravel.
The isle is also a paradise for surfers all year long, thanks to an unchanging temperature, to the summer trade winds and to the Atlantic winter tides . Sailors, scuba divers and deep-sea fishermen love the clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean, because it’s not rare to meet whales , dolphins, swordfishes and turtles. A big part of the interior landscape, with big lowlands and volcanic hills, is a protected area that can be explored by off-roads, dirt bikes and mountain bikes.
The geographical position of the isle permitted to the Sahara sand to settle along the Fuerteventura coasts: this way many beaches were born. The most famous are: