La Oliva beaches

La Oliva is the municipality which hosts the most numerous beaches on the entire island. Also, nudism is practised here on a large scale. Corralejo is the most popular resort in La Oliva, a feature yielded both by its beach and shopping opportunities, as well as by its status of main nightlife hotspot of Fuerteventura. Back to most popular beaches in municipality La Oliva.

Alzada – Nudist beach, windy, moderate waves, sandy, undeveloped. Alzada beach is about 800 meters long by an average of 30 meters wide, depending on the tides. It is situated in a windy area, with a moderate swell and has fine golden sand. The surrounding area is undeveloped and, therefore, it is a nudist beach.

Beatriz – Nudist beach, windy, calm waves, sandy and pebbly stretch, undeveloped.

Playa Chica – Strongly windy, calm waves, sandy, incipiently developed (restaurants and sleeping venues).

Corralejo beach – Windy, calm waves, finely sandy, spectacularly developed (lifeguards and police, restaurants and sleeping venues, accessible by bus, commercial zone, and lounge chairs).

El Aljibe de la Cueva – Nudist beach, windy, choppy waves, sandy and additional rough granulation yielded by the small lava stones (picon), undeveloped; it is the largest beach in the region and it is excellent for surfing and the like.

El Bajo Negro – Nudist beach, windy, mild waters, sandy, reasonably developed (restaurants, sleeping venues, lounge chairs, showers, accessible by bus); it is located in the Nature Park of Las Dunas de Corralejo.

El Caseron – Nudist beach, mild winds, calm waves, sandy, reasonably developed (lounge chairs, sleeping venues, restaurants, accessible by bus).

El Castillo – Nudist beach, highly windy, strong currents, sandy, undeveloped; excellent conditions for surfing and windsurfing.

El Moro – Nudist beach, windy, strong currents, sandy, undeveloped (yet accessible by bus); located in the Nature Park of Las Dunas de Corralejo.

El Viejo – Nudist beach, mild winds and waves, sandy, reasonably developed (accessible by bus, parking, restaurants, sleeping venues); it is one of the largest stretches of sand in the region.

Punta Blanca – Nudist beach, windy, mild waves, sandy and small lava stones, undeveloped; one of the smallest beaches in the region.

Larga – Windy, mild waves, sandy, incipiently developed (parking).

Los Charcos (I, II and III) – Nudist beaches, windy, mild waves, sandy and granulated by small lava stones, undeveloped (parking in Los Charcos I).

Medano – Nudist beach, windy, moderate waves, sandy, incipiently developed (lounge chairs, accessible by bus, boat rental operator); located in the Nature Park of Las Dunas de Corralejo.

Weather – live and forecast

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23.1 °C
Feels Like 25 °C
Wind Variable Wind from SW
Gusts 5.0 km/h


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25°C 77°F 20°C 68°F South South Easterly
Wind Speed 10 km/h 6 mph

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25°C 77°F 20°C 68°F South South Easterly
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25°C 77°F 19°C 66°F South South Easterly
Wind Speed 21 km/h 13 mph

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25°C 77°F 18°C 64°F South South Easterly
Wind Speed 19 km/h 12 mph

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26°C 79°F 17°C 63°F South South Westerly
Wind Speed 14 km/h 9 mph

The weather forecast summary for Fuerteventura:

Taking a look at Fuerteventura over the coming week and the average daytime maximum temperature will be around 26°C, with a high for the week of 28°C expected on the afternoon of Monday 27th. The average minimum temperature will be 21°C, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Friday 1st at 19°C. Expect the week ahead to remain predominantly dry. On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

People here in Fuerteventura usually say “It’ll be sunny and windy with a few clouds above your head”. This usually works for every single day.

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Corralejo is, by far, one of the most popular resorts on the island and the first tourist area of Fuerteventura with views to Los Lobos and over 20km2 of sand dunes and beaches. It is located in north Fuerteventura, and it pertains to the municipality of La Oliva, only about 40 kilometres from FUE Airport. Taking a cab (taxi) to Corralejo from the airport would cost about 50 Euro, holiday transfer about 20 Euro and local bus service (with change in Puerto del Rosario) less than five Euro* (see note to get more info).

*Note: You’ll need to take the first bus number 3 to Puerto del Rosario. Once you reach the last stop, have look for the number 6 bus to Corralejo. It’s the same terminus. This is the cheapest way to get to Corralejo from the airport.

While deciding where precisely to stay in Fuerteventura, whether trying to spot or to avoid the buzz so characteristic of an ebullient nightlife, you should take into account Corralejo is the undisputed nightlife hotspot of Fuerteventura, with all that is implied in a reputation of this kind.

Furthermore, Corralejo is the liveliest place in La Oliva in terms of shopping, with the impressive El Campanario Shopping Centre which clusters around it most of the nightlife venues. Another highlight of the shopping life in Corralejo refers to the Mercadillo de Corralejo. In fact, you wont be able to avoid markets and shops once you are in Corralejo. There is plenty to see and to do in Corralejo, with a market and shopping near to the harbour area, the town centre is jammed with cafes, bars and local restaurants. You really will be spoilt for choice, with fish direct from the fishermen or fresh fruits and salads from local growers – tomato heaven.

But beaches can never be left out of the definition of a perfect holiday. The beach pertaining to Corralejo is, without overstating, the most developed stretch of sand in the entire municipality, as in anthropogenic comforts and facilities. Despite the fact the Corralejo beach is not necessarily dedicated to nudism**, nudists may rest assured: La Oliva is literally replete with nudist beaches, which means the surroundings of Corralejo are highly likely to be just as generous in this respect.

**Note: If nude sunbathing in a drystone wind shelter, should you want privacy place a towel across the entrance.

Corralejo Dunes

Along the northern coast of Fuerteventura, golden sand dunes contrast against a mountainous backdrop, drenched in year-round sun. Underwater volcanic eruptions and quakes have created a unique and dramatic landscape, just 60 miles from Africa’s coastline. The massive sand dunes of Corralejo and La Oliva play host to speed surfing championships as the water is just so perfect. If you looking for some adventure, the 15 km of beaches with a surf board or kite surfing might be your thing – there are instructor schools available for beginners. Or you could just take advantage of one on the best beaches in the Atlantic coast and just simply lay back relax and experience the magic of Fuerteventura. The Nature Park of Las Dunas de Corralejo is the one nature attraction in this resort which in no case should be overlooked. It is home to yet other several beaches always worth exploring both due to their inner assets and for their privileged location. You’ve got to keep in mind that it’s a lot of sand, with a plenty of sand and a lot more sand, then there is the ocean and then a lot more sand again. So if you like sand as I do, this is the place to go. Birdwatchers might find it exciting the park has been declared a Special Protected Zone for Wild Birds.

The presence of Baku Park in Corralejo is also a reason why a huge number of tourists choose this resort over its counterparts in Fuerteventura. Baku Park is one of the few (two, actually) theme parks in Fuerteventura, and it is always a source of specific tourist opportunities.

Corralejo is also the place where the famed International Kite Festival is held each year, which always works, as far as tourists are concerned, as a further incentive for visiting or staying in Corralejo.

Corralejo is nothing like a destination for passive holidays, since the place is replete with all-tempting opportunities of island hopping or sports activities. Indeed, Corralejo is home to one of the few ports in Fuerteventura from where boats operated by Naviera Armas, Fred Olsen Express and Catlanza head for Lanzarote and Los Lobos. Just take a day trip to Lanzarote. The ferry between Corralejo and Playa Blanca takes under half an hour and is like a mini cruise itself.

At the same time, the resort is still good as base for exploring*** the island of Fuerteventura with over 20 car, bike and motorbike rental companies. And, of course, what could a holiday in Fuerteventura be without water and out of water sports? Corralejo is ideal for practising tennis and diving, surfing, windsurfing and fishing, sailing and ski jet alike.

***Note: The perfect base for exploring the whole island is Caleta de Fuste. Much more central and closer to everywhere. Just keep this in mind if you’re planning to make some trips, especially to the south every other day.

Luxury holiday in Corralejo

Corralejo could not live up to its reputation if it did not offer to its visitors the possibility of splurging. Indeed, the 5-star Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahia Real gives visitors with no financial worries the opportunity of a luxury dream holiday.

The old town of Corralejo

The original town of Corralejo is centred around the old harbour which was used by local fishermen and fishing from the harbour wall is still popular. There is a small sheltered beach that provides safe bathing called La Clavellina. This beach is popular among shoppers and workers as quick sunbathing spot but for serious sunbathing sessions, most tourists prefer the other beaches.

Corralejo Marina

The marina in Corralejo is used by pleasure craft and by the ferry services to Lanzarote and Lobos, a small island a 15 minute ferry ride away. There are various trips that run from the harbour to the island and others for dolphin trips and glass bottomed boats. Bookings for these can be made at one of the many booths around the marine. The ferry services ply between Fuerteventura and Lanzarote and leave every 30 minutes.


Last but not least, like any other respectable resort, Corralejo could not lack the all-useful tourist information offices. In fact, there are two places of this kind in Corralejo, and you can always rely on their services with personal always happy to help. Corralejo is simply one of the best places in Fuerteventura you could possibly stay with or without family with plenty of fun and things to do.


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