Fuerteventura Hotels and Accommodation

(Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain)

Picture of hotel facilitiesA huge and diverse range of hotels and accommodation options are available around the island of Fuerteventura to suit all needs and budgets. Many holiday makers visiting Fuerteventura choose to stay at hotel complexes in popular coastal resorts, or in modern apartment blocks with ocean views.

Where to Stay

Some of the most popular places to stay in Fuerteventura are never far from seemingly endless stretches of sandy beaches and coastlines. Jandia is known for featuring some of the best beaches in southern Fuerteventura, with more than 20 km / 13 miles of coastline and a good selection many beachfront hotels.

Image of hotel poolOther popular coastal resorts in Fuerteventura include Corralejo - a lively northern resort, particularly popular with English tourists, featuring a range of large hotel complexes offering easy access to the many beaches; Nuevo Horizonte - a notable holiday resort on the eastern side of Fuerteventura, with a number of recently developed condos and hotel complexes; and Gran Taraja - one of the largest towns on Fuerteventura, with many hotels close to the harbour and a beach promenade.

Other popular resorts in Fuerteventura include Puerto del Rosario - the vibrant capital, home to a wealth of waterfront hotels, modern apartments and tourist attractions, all of which are often close to the harbour and beaches. Betancuria, once Fuerteventura's capital, is also home to a large concentration of hotels and apartment rentals, particularly around the town centre and valley. Caleta de Fuste, a busy resort on the eastern side of the island, with a number of hotels with easy access to the nearby airport.

Photo showing the Riu Oliva Beach Hotel's swimming poolMany hotels can also be found in Costa Calma - a tourist resort in southern Fuerteventura, with a number of hotels close to the scenic National Park in Jandia; La Oliva - an increasingly popular town on the northern side of Fuerteventura, with many grand buildings and historical hotels and accommodation options; and La Pared - an exclusive tourist town created in 1996, standing on the southern side of Fuerteventura.

Rural accommodation in Fuerteventura consists of rustic-style villas and traditional houses, often featuring secluded spots and views of the countryside. Full of character, rural accommodation is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to more mainstream hotels and can be found in Antigua - a notable village in eastern Fuerteventura, nearby the popular resort of Caleta de Fuste; Lajares - a fairly quiet village location, close to the resort of Corralejo; and Pajara - a charming little town known for its rural accommodation and guest houses. Villaverde, an appealing village in northern Fuerteventura, also features a small selection of rural accommodation and family run bed and breakfasts.