Corralejo (pronounced kora lexo) is a town located on the northeast coast of Fuerteventura, well known for it's natural park. Most people that visit this resort return year after year and is now widely known as a 'hidden gem'
Here is a list of local attractions for any first timers who fancy jetting over to this canary island. The resort itself has a wide selection of bars and restaurants dotted about for you to sample.
Acua Water Park - A water park with slides, swimming pools and lounge areas, restaurant and bar area.
Parque Natural de Corralejo - A large preserved park area featuring expansive stretches of sand dunes and pristine beaches
Lobos Island - Just North of Fuerteventura, a large nature reserve The main beach, La Concha is known for it's clear waters. Boats run from Corralejo over to the island on a daily basis.
Catlanza - A boat trip which sails from Corralejo over to Papagayo beaches in Lanzarote. A great day out for all with an adults only Platinum sail, as well as family fun on the gold sail.
El Campanario - Much more than just a shopping centre. Well worth a visit and just a short walk from the main strip with a craft market that runs weekly. The clock tower is a climb but displays some amazing views from the top.
The Music Square - Surrounded by a selection of bars and restaurants. Situated at the bottom of town near the old town with a stage area and live entertainment. Very popular on an evening. Grandes Playas - This is a must go for everyone and is just a quick trip by bus or car. Don't miss a walk on the sand dunes!
Las Palmeras Shopping Centre - One for a rainy day where you will find plenty of shops and the typical Spanish clothing brand like Zara, Bershka, Stradivarius, Mango etc.
Find The Chipmunks - A big attraction for lots of tourists and you can find them in Corralejo up by the Mercadonna. Although local authorities have issued a recommendation against feeding them.
Day Trip To Lanzarote - The ferry from Corralejo will take you to Playa Blanca where you can lunch down at the stunning Rubicon Marina.
Fuerteventura is the oldest island in the canaries dating back 20 million years to a volcanic eruption from the canary hotspot. There are no longer any volcanic activity on this island however plenty of walking routes with amazing scenery. Transfer time from the airport is approximately 35 minutes.