Corralejo reclines on the northern coast of Fuerteventura, and boasts some of the most blissful beaches on the entire island. A former fishing village, it retains much of its original charm, with quaint narrow streets, low-rise buildings, and fantastic seafood restaurants.

Its family-friendly shoreline is the main draw, offering an idyllic spot to paddle or sunbathe, while a little further south in Corralejo Natural Park sits Playa del Moro – an immaculate, smooth stretch of coastal bliss, backed by desert-like sand dunes. For nature lovers, nearby Lobos Island offers the chance to see rare birds.

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    Corralejo is a small seaside town on the northeast coast of Fuerteventura, the second largest of the Canary Islands. It’s where you can enjoy a combination of modern beach resort pleasures with natural wonders right on your doorstep, such as the great desert-like coastal sand dunes of the Corralejo Natural Park, and the exotic, volcanic island of Isla de Lobos. Naturally,...

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