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Author: bedouin - Replies: 21 - Views: 998
What's your favourite beach in Fuerteventura?
Every beach in Fuerteventura is special, but I reckon we all have a favourite beach - you know, the one you always go back to at least once on every holiday.  My favourite is Sotavento, a stunning location with soft sand, a gentle slope into the sea, and usually fairly calm water.  You can wander barefoot for miles along the water's edge (naked if you like).


However, my wife prefers to lie on a comfy sunbed, and there aren't any at Sotavento, so we often go a bit further so
Author: bedouin - Replies: 0 - Views: 164
SBH Monica Beach
This all-inclusive hotel has been upgraded in recent years and the rooms are quite modern and well-equipped.  I've stayed once and I'd rate it a 3-star experience.  It's next to the beach, there's a big pool and a good pool bar.  The restaurant is in a separate building (which I found a bit strange, but it does help to keep noise and smells contained).  Food, buffet style, was very good, with lots of choice.  The staff are excellent.  I'd go back.
Author: Captain Sensible - Replies: 2 - Views: 234
Don't Take Your Car on the Beach
A hire car was driven on to the Playa Alzada beach at 7am on Wednesday morning:
Author: Fizzy Lemonade - Replies: 16 - Views: 780
Naturist beach sunloungers
Just wondering if there are any sunloungers used by naturists on the stretch of beach between the Riu Palace Jandia & the Hotel Iberostar Fuerteventura Palace?

I gather that most head towards Morro Jable Lighthouse before stripping off?

Think the beach is Playa del Matorral, any other information that may be helpful is much appreciated

Author: Sam - Replies: 0 - Views: 199
Corralejo beach is getting a better pedestrian access
Courtesy of (translated)

The works to create three new pedestrian accesses to the urban beaches of Corralejo have already begun. The project of the City of La Oliva "Improvement of Access to the Sea" will eliminate the blind roundabouts of three streets that overlook the coast and create in its place three platforms for pedestrian access, expanding the beach surface by 300 square meters.

The mayor of La Oliva, Isaí Blanco, said that this project represents "a very
Author: Mia - Replies: 4 - Views: 126
Popcorn Beach
Possibly the craziest beach we have been to in Fuerteventura.


You can find it here: Popcorn Beach

This beach is located about 4km (2.5 miles) by car from Corralejo.
Author: Sam - Replies: 0 - Views: 49
More than one ton of waste collected at Cofete Beach - Clean Cofete - Limpia Cofete
More than 100 volunteers collect ton and a half of waste on the beach of Cofete

More than 100 volunteers, entities and citizen groups attended, one more year, the day of cleaning of plastic waste 'Clean Cofete' (Limpia Cofete), which took place on Sunday 10 March.

This volunteer action is part of the European campaign for the cleaning of public spaces "Let's Clean Up Europe", an initiative that coordinates more than [b]1,5