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start quote‘The Canary Islands They have it all from the nightlife of Tenerife, the amazing sand dunes of Fuerteventura, the sights of Gran Canaria and the terrific Timanfaya National park in Lanzarote. Not forgetting the smaller islands of Las Palmas and La Gomera. Come see for yourselves call me now for more expert advice.....end quote

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Fuerteventura overview

Fuerteventura is the second biggest of the islands, after Tenerife, and has the longest beaches. The island is a paradise for sun, beach and water sports enthusiasts. It's not the place for all-night rave but Fuerteventura still offers plenty of adventure. Here you can go shark fishing, kite surfing; explore beautiful blue lagoons and volcanic hills, or just lie back and soak up the sun on some of the best beaches in Europe.
Fuerteventura is blessed with miles and miles of lovely soft sands and it is this beautiful coastline that attracts visitors who seek tranquility and glorious beaches.
This leaf-shaped Canary Island can be geographically divided into two. In the south, the long narrow Jandia Peninsula is fringed on the eastern side with excellent beaches of pale sand stretching between the resorts of Costa Calma, Morro Jable and down to Punta de Jandia with its landmark lighthouse. The northern two-thirds of the island boasts a few historic sites, the capital Puerto del Rosario, the popular east coast resort of Caleta de Fuste with its fabulous beach, and Corralejo; a much-expanded fishing village which along with the Jandia Peninsula provides one of the island's two most important resorts.
It is worth hiring a car during your stay, not only to hunt out deserted beaches, but also inland you can discover some striking scenery. Rugged peaks of extinct volcanoes - best viewed at sunset when the rocks glow mauve, pink and ochre - are separated by wide lowland plains dotted with small traditional villages and obsolete windmills. The ancient capital of Betancuria, built on a small volcano in the centre of the island, is undoubtedly the prettiest village and is worth a visit simply for its views and to see inside the church of Santa Maria.

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