Cotillo Lagos Apartments

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Urbanizacion Los Lagos - La Oliva, 35650, Spain
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Rated 20% higher but also costs 58% more than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples55
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Aloe Club Resort Hotel - Corralejo - World Cup

by PhilCosens

Hi guys, hope someone will be able provide me with some information about the chances of catching some of the world cup games during my stay.

I am travelling with my finace, and our 2 babies daughters in June, is it likely that our hotel would screen any of the world cup games?, or would there be any nearby places that would show the matches, and be suitable for me to take my baby daughters along?

Thanks
Phil

Re: Aloe Club Resort Hotel - Corralejo - World Cup

by Odinnthor

The Canary islands are as crazy about football/soccer as the Spanish mainlanders. If there is a TV in any vicinity, rest assured that the World Cup will be the most watched program of the year. I don't think you can avoid it even if you tried. Enjoy!

Re: Aloe Club Resort Hotel - Corralejo - World Cup

by PhilCosens

Thanks for your quick reply - looking forward to the holiday even more now, as the World cup is a great option for the evening's entertainment

Re: Aloe Club Resort Hotel - Corralejo - World Cup

by oldc

The Talk of The Town pub in Corralejo always shows the football matches. Located off main drag through Corralejo, side road opposite Rock Cafe

Travel Tips for Isla de Fuerteventura

Miles of Endless Beauty

by Nixter01

It is an absolute MUST that anyone visiting this unspoilt island, must take a trip around the Whole of the island. The villages you find set back in the hills, and in the centre of Fuerteventura are amazing. The scenery is breath taking, you can not ever imagine that 2000ft up and half-way inland there are people living in such remote places. They are Very friendly, warm and extremely helpful, oyu just don't want to leave! My fondest memory of this beautiful place is the miles of golden sands,with its crystal clear waters, the tiny silver fish that swim through your feet as you stare down and the endless rugged lanscapes of the volcanoes that were once millions of years ago. I wish i could wake up to that view every morning, because its just heaven on earth.

Lots of bare skin

by d_mac

It's worth noting before you book up your holiday that on most beaches here it's perfectly acceptable, and not at all unusual, to find people naked. Don't expect them all to be ex-stars of Baywatch either! Many are quite elderly and a lot heavier, I'm sure, than in their youth, so peeping-Toms will be disappointed. However, I'm sure they're all perfectly pleasant people and if you are offended by them then you might want to consider going elsewhere. It's a free world. (Well, mostly.)

Beaches in the town areas such as those within Corralejo itself, and those immediately adjacent to the large hotels, are mostly not treated as "clothing optional", though topless sunbathing is still commonplace there too. If you DO find yourself going to Fuerteventura and worried about stumbling over naked people on the beach, stick to these areas or the hotel pools.

Suncream - lots of!!!!!

by Kristymamoo

Bring a hat. I don't normally bother coz I've got really thick hair so sun on my head doesn't usually bother me. But, I got sunburn on my head and now it's peeling - NOT Pretty!!!!

Also, if you want to get off the main tracks make sure you take some good shoes. The ground is very rough and loose - NOT flip-flop friendly!!!! It's really hot!! The high winds here though lull you into a false sense of security by cooling you down a bit so it's really easy to burn.

Water Sports

by ak47uk

There are numerous water sport activities that you can do in Fuerteventura here are some, Surfing, Kite Surfing, Wind Surfing, Scuba Diving, Body Boarding and Deep Sea Fishing,. If you dont want to bring your own gear most of the equipment can be hired.

Morro Jable harbour

by chancay

Morro Jable has a little port but almost every day really big cruiser are reaching this harbour. Besides there is a giant catamarn in the harbour, you can book a tour on the catamarn, about 105 persons can go on this ship.

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 Cotillo Lagos Apartments

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Cotillo Lagos Apartments Hotel El Cotillo

Address: Urbanizacion Los Lagos - La Oliva, 35650, Spain