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Welcome to Corralejo


Corralejo Holidays

Located right on the Northern Tip of Fuerteventura one of the Canary Islands, Corralejo is still a traditional fishing village but now with a twist. Holidays to Corralejo are huge due to its beautiful beaches and protected nature reserve. Suitable for all ages Corralejo is known for its gorgeous protected sand dunes and it is small, so no need for car rentals. All Inclusive Corralejo holidays are perfect for that family or romantic getaway. Boasting delicious restaurants and cafes treat your taste buds.

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Things to do

Small but exciting Corralejo has plenty of fun for everyone. Travelling with a group of friends? Cheap last minute deals to Corralejo are available with Abbey Travel. Visit and admire the stunning Nature Park of the Dunes. Discover the beaches of Corralejo known for their uniqueness and beauty. Take a day trip to Lanzarote on one of the ferries. Rent a quad and uncover all that Corralejo has to offer! With cheap Corralejo sun package holidays from Dublin, Ireland Abbey Travel have you covered.


The Average Climate in Corralejo is 23°C.


The official language Spoken in Corralejo is Spanish although English is widely understood and spoken.


Euros (EUR) is the official currency used in Corralejo and Spain a like.


Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 between the last Sunday in March and the Saturday before the last Sunday in October). The Canary Islands: GMT (GMT +1 in summer).

One does not need to go far on Fuerteventura to find a perfect beach, even if you are intent on seeking out solitude away from other holidaymakers. The best can be found around Jandia, on the southern tip of the island. Juan Gomez is one of these, with a stretch of golden sand, reached by turning off of the Morro Jable-Punta de Jandia road. In the same section of the island is the pebbly black volcanic beach of La Pared, with right next door the beach of Viejo Rey, a long stretch of golden sand flanked by dunes. For real peace and quiet the black volcanic sand of Giniginamar is recommended, surrounded by palm trees and other indigenous plants. For remote beaches tourists can hire a 4WD and explore the tracks leading to the sea on the west coast. Nudism is tolerated on all the island's beaches.

The little fishing village on the east coast of Fuerteventura has been put on the tourist map because it offers one of the island's main attractions, the 'Oasis de Los Camellos' zoo. The zoo is home to a small selection of animals, but the main activities offered are parrot shows, horse rides and camel safaris. While waiting their turn visitors can relax under the palm trees at the zoo's bar, or try out one of a few seafood restaurants that have sprung up in the village.

The village of La Oliva was formerly the home of the military governors of the island between the 17th and mid-19th centuries. The Governor's townhouse has been restored and is open to the public. Also in the centre of the village is the pretty church of Parroquiade Nuestra Seiiora de Candelaria, with a square bell tower and finely carved wooden door. The interior of the church features a painting of the Last Judgment, a baroque altar painting by Juan de Miranda and some wonderful trompe l'oeil work. The village also has an art centre exhibiting the work of Canarian artists.

The main town of Fuerteventura, Puerto del Rosario on the western side of the island was once called Puerto de Cabras (goat harbour), and even today it is said that goats outnumber people in this whitewashed town. Only recently capitalising on the tourist trade, the streets in charming Puerto del Rosario have been resurfaced and the harbour promenade rebuilt. The main street provides some good souvenir shops and the old harbour area features some attractive examples of Canarian architecture. The home of exiled poet Miguel de Unamuno, which has been turned into a museum, is situated in the harbour area.

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