Hotel Riu Calypso
Playa de Jandia Jandia, 35625, Spain
More about Isla de Fuerteventura
Playa de "El Toston"- Cotillo
Corralejo and the north of Fuerteventura
Hi, can someone advise whether it is best to pre-book a taxi or whether we can get public transport from the airport to Hotel Oliva in Corrralejo? arriving on Wednesday at 9pm
Re: Hotel Transfers
In case you don´t wanna spend a lot of money on transfers or taxis there is buses from Fuerteventura´s airport to Corralejo via Puerto del Rosario, which is only a few km away, you can change at Puerto del Rosario bus station
Travel Tips for Isla de Fuerteventura
You have just got to visit the beaches here there are some superb fine ,flat sandy beaches with a constant breeze from the sea its ideal for windsurfers too.Also there is a great naturists beach at Correlejo(dont be shy) Going naked on the nature lovers beach ,no you are not getting to see this photograph is strictly xxx-rated,you will just have to make do with this 1 instead !!
Nudits or not, all together now!!
In Fuerteventura is normal see a family, couples, naked people, topless...in the same beach, the only danger are the tropic sun and the crazy waves sometimes. This is Jandia beach in the Butihondo sector
Gallons of sunblock!
You could travel very lightly if you wanted. T-shirts, shorts, sunblock, and a toothbrush were all I needed most of the time. It depends what you intend to do: sandals for the beach & trainers for walking most other places. T-shirts and shorts during the day. Maybe jeans & one jumper or sweatshirt if you're concerned about chilly evenings or covering up the sunburn. Sunblock! Beware that, with the ever-present wind, you may not realise you're being burnt. I saw some very sorry sights on the plane flying home. I bet they hurt for a full week :o( ...anything sand-proof, wrapped in a sand-proof bag! A wind-break and some sturdy guy-ropes wouldn't go amiss Did I mention sunblock???
La Atalayita- the old Canary Settelment
La Atalayita lies on the half way between Pozo Negro and the crossroad with the road FV2.
Going from the road FV2 take the road FV 420 to Pozo Negro.
The Settelment of la Atalayita lies on the left hand side.
There was no sign indicating the settlement at the time I was there.
You can see some reconstructed stone houses of the original inhabitants. The houses are made from loose stones without mortar.
You can visit the cthe centro de Interpretation de la Atalayita and become acquainted with the life style of the old Canary people. ;-).
The houses are very small and were used as a shelters against wind.
Jandia's hidden beaches
If you are visiting Fuerteventura, you should try and rent a Jeep for a couple of days. And then, it's off to the most southern point of the Island, Jandia.
There, where the paved roads end, only dirt tracks remain. The only way to travel there safe is by Jeep, because normal cars, cannot always drive over the rocks and through the sand.
Here the island becomes more and more tight and you can see the sea around you. Below the cliffs there are many hidden small beaches, where you can only climb down to. Here you can have your private beach.
On the end of the island a small village is situated with one bar and a few houses and a lighthouse. Here, it feels like you have reached the end of the world.
Popular Hotels in Isla de Fuerteventura
Juan Ramon Soto Morales 17, Caleta de Fuste, 35610, Spain