Located on the northern tip of Fuerteventura Island, Corralejo is an idyllic paradise for windsurfers, divers and anglers. Escape to beautiful volcanic bays, lush natural parks and beaches that are routinely voted as some of the best in the world.
Things to do in Corralejo
Want to learn how to surf? Join a personalised surf expedition at Aloha Surf Academy, where you’ll learn the basics in the comfort of Corralejo’s warm and gentle waves. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, Corralejo’s friendly local surfers will get you carving waves.
Discover ancient ruins and explore settled caves on Mount Tindaya, Corralejo’s rich archaeological landmark. Study the remains of concheros, large deposits of shells and molluscs. Uncover ceramic furnishings and learn more about the artefacts that continue to be discovered at Llano de Villaverde cave.
Do you prefer life in the slow or fast lane? At Aqua Water Park, the choice is yours. Travel up to 30 kilometres an hour on a KamiKaze water slide or soak in the warm breeze while drifting along the Lazy River canal. This water park includes numerous pools, slides and indoor activities.
Enjoy the clash of Fuerteventura’s desert beauty with the shimmering blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean at Corralejo Natural Park. The vast expanse of sand dunes offers a unique contrast to the turquoise ocean, which is a particularly dramatic sight from the top of the rugged Red Mountain.
Getting around Corralejo
Arrive by air at Fuerteventura International Airport in Puerto del Rosario or by sea at the port of Corralejo. Ferries connect to nearby islands, while buses navigate the entirety of Fuerteventura. Corralejo can be covered on foot, but rental cars are recommended for reaching remote locations of the island.