Cheap Holidays in Fuerteventura | Unveil the blazing aura of beguiling beaches

Fuerteventura is the second-largest of Spain’s Canary Islands lying just 100 km from the African coast. Flanked by the Atlantic Ocean, it is estimated to be massively 21 million years old archipelago. Retaining its Spanish spirit this isle boasts of an array of volcanic landscapes to a vibrant nightlife. Besides, the white-sand beaches are spread along the shore like a ribbon of fresh powder with year-round sunshine. Furthermore, the island’s culture and cuisine along with the bewitching beaches indeed make Cheap Holidays in Fuerteventura a charismatic vacation to cherish.

Things to see in Fuerteventura

Besides being blown by the wind and baked by the sun, this massive archipelago

of the Canaries has an intriguing plethora of historical ruins. Also, delve deep into some of the secluded coves or hike on a volcanic crater. Moreover, saunter along with the symposium of sculptures and meander through the natural parks. Subsequently, satiate the artistic vibes with amazing Fuerteventura Holidays.

Spectacular Sightseeing in Fuerteventura

“Aren’t you an adventurous history buff?”

 “If you are?”

Then get engrossed in the massive archipelago’s culture and indulge in its overwhelming adventures and sightseeing with Low-Cost Holidays to Fuerteventura. Discover the best-preserved archeological sites for witnessing the houses built into the lava at the Atalayita Archaeological Center. Enjoy an artistic stroll in the capital city Puerto del Rosario, to entice the manmade artwork stirred with the natural wonders at the Sculpture Park. Also, tickle your grey cells to learn the working of the sea salt mines at the Salt Museum and enter a real Molino (windmill) at Antigua Windmill Craft Centre. Allure the idyllic desert beauty of the Canaries at the exquisite Corralejo Natural Park, located in the north of Fuerteventura. Get soaked in this majestic beauty with carpets of finest golden sands and crystal clear blue waters.  Paint your travel diary with enchanting memories.

Beach Time- More than Sun and Tan in Fuerteventura 

Embark on an enchanting Holiday in Fuerteventura with a myriad of sparkling stars above the sky and the rug of golden glittering sand and aqua waters below it. Take a splash in the sea to rejuvenate and calm waters is ideal for  Fuerteventura Family Holidays. Explore the southern end of the island for warm waters of Jandia beaches, a 10km stretch of white sand and turquoise waters. Get soaked in the crystalline waters of Playa del Cofete admiring the natural terrain soaring above the sea. Furthermore, enjoy the 800 meters sprawl of Caleta de Fuste for an ultimate family beach bay. Patrol the glittering sun-kissed sand of these shores and adrenaline junkies and kids can freak-out with various water sports. Hire a board and go surfing at the windsurf center. The jet skis and kayaks make it an amazing haven for an enthralling experience.

Gastronomy is a gourmet’s delight in Fuerteventura

Renowned for the quality of food and the freshness of its ingredients, Fuerteventura’s gastronomy is traditional yet quintessentially simple. Savor the most famous goat stew along with Majorero cheese. Indeed, it is the signature dish of Canary Island. Relish the local cuisine and continental dishes with a picturesque view at the Cantante cafe in Corralejo. Also, enjoy the best local delicacies prepared from homegrown products with the Mediterranean mix at Restaurant Marabou, embellished with lovely flower pots and palm trees. Moreover, make this meal more festive with a glass of best-served champagnes or Spanish wines while enjoying Cheap Holidays in Fuerteventura.

Shopping 

Shopping in Canaries is both exciting and intriguing. Shop till you drop or go for window-shopping at almost every bigger town or village. From local shops to

bigger malls, tourists as well as locals, have easy access to buy either food or various other products. People flock to the stores mainly for souvenirs and jewelry. Branded clothing, cosmetics, and perfumes are pretty cheaper in Fuerteventura.