Hotels in Corralejo
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Corralejo 3 yd from city centre
A charming aparthotel in the paradise of Fuerteventura, where the comfort of our clients is our major concern.
Avanti Lifestyle Only Adults
Corralejo 67 yd from city centre
AVANTI Lifestyle Hotel - Only Adults is located opposite the beach, in the old town of Corralejo. It features a restaurant...
Corralejo 140 yd from city centre
The apartments are located in the center of Corralejo. The surrounding area offers a wide range of outdoor activities and...
Hotel La Posada
Corralejo 245 yd from city centre
This simple hotel is situated in the holiday resort of Corralejo just a few minutes walk from numerous pubs and restaurants....
Fresh Apartamentos Corralejo Garden
Corralejo 331 yd from city centre
by car: get out of the airport heading to Puerto Rosario following the road along the coast.Once you get to Puerto Rosario...
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Located on the northern tip of Fuerteventura, Corralejo is a popular resort in the Canary Islands. It faces the smaller islet of Lobos and is in the municipality of La Oliva.
Once upon a time Corralejo was a traditional fishing village, but over the generations, a bustling and vibrant tourism economy has developed and today’s it’s one of the two main resorts in Fuerteventura.
Part of the success for this upturn in tourism fortune is the fact that visitors to Corralejo are able to find cheap and affordable accommodation hotel accommodation throughout the resort.
Neighbourhoods of Corralejo
Corralejo consists of a number of districts:
- Town Centre: The main area of Corralejo is a series of winding alleys filled with pretty houses, restaurants, bars, and shops. It connects directly with the promenade that runs along the main beachfronts.
- The Harbour: A busy place because ferries to Lanzarote depart from here several times a day as well as boat trips to Lobos. It’s a great place for a leisurely stroll to watch the yachts in the marina.
- Music Square: popular with locals and tourists, it’s a great place to enjoy a drink or meal and listen to the live music.
- Corralejo Dunes Natural Park: The longest stretch of dunes in the Canary Islands are around Corralejo. Split into two zones, the north dunes are characterised by a desert landscape of white sands washed by crystal blue waters.
- Corralejo Natural Park: The southern end of the dunes are a volcanic dramatic and rugged landscape of ochre and red sand and rocks.
- The Beaches: The beaches stretch along the east coast of the town and there are fifteen within easy reach of visitors including Town Beach, Flag Beach, Playa Hoplaco, and Playa las Agujas.
What to see and do in Corralejo
There is a great mixture of modern and natural when it comes to the attractions and sights in Corralejo. Some of the best recommended suggestions for spending time in and around the area include the Acua Water Park and Lobos Island which is home to rare birdlife. There’s a number of day trips that are fun including to the island capital Puerto del Rosario and El Cotillo. It’s also fun to shop in the El Campanario market every Sunday and to take a dune buggy ride.
What to eat in Corralejo
Corralejo is the kind of holiday destination that has cuisine to suit all kinds of preferences, but if you are searching for some of the more local dishes that were around even before the hotels and tourist attractions, then look for the following. Firstly, there is papas arrugadas which translates as ‘wrinkly potatoes’, secondly there is mojo picon which is a signature type of sauce made with olive oil, garlic, paprika, cumin, and vinegar, and lastly there is puchero canario which is a popular meat and vegetable stew.
Typical events and festivals in Corralejo
There are a number of fun events and festival occasions that take place in and around Corralejo each year. Some of the best and most popular celebrations that make up the annual calendar include the Fiesta del Carmen that takes place every July, and the visually stunning International Kite Festival that is held in the still warm and windy month of November.
How to move around in Corralejo
The area in and around Corralejo is best serviced by a regular and frequently running bus service that tourists can utilise every day of the week. Buses can be caught as regularly as every fifteen minutes to key destinations, but those wanting a different method of travel can also make use of the taxi services around the area as well as personal car rental if you are planning on going further afield.
The climate in Corralejo
Cold weather doesn’t tend to be a concern when it comes to Corralejo and times of the year. Winter is from December to March and remains very mild with average temperatures of around 15 degree. Peak summer is from July to August and the heat can really rise up to regular levels of around 30 degrees. Keep this in mind when selecting a time to visit, as well as the fact that the region can be windy all year round.