The beaches of Fuerteventura are characterized by their beauty and the variety of their landscape. Some of them are close to urban areas, while others are more isolated. Each beach has its charm and is the hallmark of Fuerteventura, one of the most popular tourist destinations among travelers looking to spend their vacations in a paradisiacal island.

In this article we have selected the best beaches of Fuerteventura that you should visit. These are located near our hotels and they offer tourists a unique and unforgettable experience. Below, we detail the 10 beaches of Fuerteventura that you cannot miss.

⇨ The best beaches of Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is part of the Canarian archipelago, together with the islands of Tenerife, Gran Canaria, La Palma, Lanzarote, El Hierro and La Gomera. The tourism of Fuerteventura offers many things, but mainly walks by its paradisiacal beaches, activities and aquatic sports, and excursions by the different localities of the island.

Since the entire island is completely surrounded by sand, we have selected the 10 best beaches in Fuerteventura that you must visit to make the most of your stay in the island:

▼ All about Jandia

Jandia is a peninsula located at the south of the island, characterized by its extensive beaches of fine sand and turquoise sea. Jandia has some of the best known and most popular beaches of Fuerteventura among tourists, especially for those who want to stay in comfortable hotels near the sea. In this list, we will see a few beaches located in Jandia, but all the beaches located at this peninsula deserve a good dip.

Among the activities that you can enjoy in the beaches of Jandia, we can stand out the incomparable relax among its kilometers of sand, enjoy the bars and restaurants located at the fishing village of Morro Jable or practice water sports, such as windsurfing and kitesurfing.

▼ Sotavento Beach

Sotavento is located on the peninsula of Jandia it and is one of the most visited beaches in Fuerteventura, especially by water sports lovers. This is due to the crystalline and calm sea. Moreover, it has a length of 10 kilometers of sand that allows appreciating the beautiful landscape.

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▼ Cofete Beach

If you are looking for a little crowded and a bit farthest place, you should visit Cofete beach. It is one of the most unforgettable Fuerteventura beaches. Due to the lack of gathering and its difficult access, it is considered a virgin beach. It is also known for the strong waves of the sea, so we recommend a lot of caution in days of strong waves.


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▼ Costa Calma Beach

As its name suggests, Costa Calma is one of the quietest beaches in Fuerteventura. Unlike Cofete beach, it does not have strong waves. It is not as big as Sotavento beach, but in times of low tide, tourists can walk on more than two kilometers of beach. It is perfect for windsurfing.

▼ Matorral Beach

If you want to discover one of the most popular

beaches in Fuerteventura, you have to visit Matorral beach.  It is located in Morro Jable and — unlike other isolated beaches — this one has several urban complexes, leisure centers, restaurants, bars and other shops in its vicinity. Our hotels with sea views are unbeatable located in this area.


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▼ Cotillo Beaches

If you are looking for the best beaches in Fuerteventura, where you can get to know quiet villages and the changing landscapes, you cannot miss the great number of beaches of El Cotillo, with marked differences between those in the north and those in the south. El Cotillo beaches located at the north have calm waters and white sand, while the southern beaches are characterized by strong waves and yellowish sand.

The highlight of these beaches is that you can see the most incredible sunsets. There is nothing more exciting than watching how the sun hides by the sea and appreciating a breath-taking landscape. 

▼ Isla de Lobos Beaches

Isla de Lobos is an island located two kilometers from the port of Corralejo and which is reached by means of a boat. This island is characterized by its changing tones of the sea throughout the day, its beautiful beaches with yellowish sand and its wells of calm waters that are deposited in some places on the island. From there, you can appreciate the Dunes of Corralejo.

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▼ Corralejo Beaches

Corralejo are other of the beaches in Fuerteventura located at the north. It is probably that the beaches of Corralejo are the most famous and well-known of the island. They are characterized by their fantastic giant sand dunes and the striking emerald color of the sea.

Corralejo is a very touristy place with a great offer of leisure and restoration. In recent decades, it has become one of the favorite places for practicing water sports, such as surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing.


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▼ Ajuy Beach

Unlike other beaches in Fuerteventura mentioned in this article, the beaches of Ajuy are characterized by their black sands and crystal clear waters of strong waves. In Ajuy you can also visit the caves located near the beach, as well as tour the town. The town consists of small houses of many colors and tastes the local cuisine in the many restaurants of the place.

▼ Gran Tarajal Beaches

Finally, we shouldn’t forget the Gran Tarajal beaches. Like the Ajuy beaches, they have dark-colored sand and they are located in the municipality of Tuineje, making it an ideal place for people looking for different Fuerteventura beaches, with a greater presence of local population.

Although these are the best beaches in Fuerteventura, we invite you to visit other places on the island that may interest you.

Remember that Lopesan has different hotels in Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria which offer you the best quality and services. If you have any questions, you can contact us and we will answer all your questions.

 ✅ Enjoy a dream vacation with Lopesan!

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