Flight schedule Deauville - Fuerteventura
- On sunday all year
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Flight Time Deauville-Fuerteventura : 03h25
Time difference:┬á-1 hour
Things to see and do
What to see and do
Sun, blue sea, beach and dunes postcards, Fuerteventura has the best beaches of the Atlantic Ocean, according to many opinions. Fuerteventura is the island waves lovers paradise surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing.
You will find a list of things to do, see Fuerteventura ... Enjoy!
-Corralejo Is a tourist village located in the north of Fuerteventura. Corralejo has a long and beautiful white sand beach and a beautiful blue sea. Corralejo is well organized for tourism and offers dozens of hotels, resorts and at least a dozen car rental agencies.
-Without A doubt, the pearl of Corralejo is the Natural Park of Corralejo. These huge sand dunes appear to be a miniature of the Sahara Desert and surprise anyone undertake the voyage. The road passes through the middle of the sand, the beach Laisant one side and the dunes on the other.
-Choose Corralejo destination for holidays by the sea, is not incompatuible with hiking or a visit to the neighboring island, the spectacular island of Lanzarote. The ferry connecting the two islands every hour, whether with Navieras Armas or Fred Olsen.
-A Jandia is a beautiful beach that stretches uninterrupted over 20 km of coast, from Costa Calma to the lower end of Fuerteventura near Morro Jable. The most beautiful part of the beach is the famous Playa Sotavento, which is held annually kite surfing Mondede Championship. A Jandia are many hotels, and holiday villages.
-Puerto Del Rosario is the largest city on the island. It is famous for its harbor, which stop where many cruise ships.
-L'├ępave The SS American Star, or American, called "The Boat" by the inhabitants of the island, is situated on the banks of P├íjara. Transatlantic 1940, with a length of 220m, ran a few meters from the beach in 1994. Since then gradually began to tilt and sank into deeper waters in 2007. On the day of aujourd ay only a small part is visible.
-Betancuria Is one of the most beautiful traditional villages of the island. Located in the center of Fuerteventura, this green town offers visitors a craft museum with Multivision (a musical projection).
-Not Far from Betancuria in the middle of a red, arid land, lies the village of Vega de Rio Palma, with its typical wind mills, quipompent groundwater and fill small lakes surrounded by palm trees. The landscape is similar OF a desert oasis.
-After Betancuria, Pajara is the second village interesting to see. This is a green village with lots of vegetation and flowers, rare on the deserted lunar island of Fuerteventura. In the center is a small church.
-El Castillo is a tourist town south of Puerto del Rosario. Near the city is the Museo de la Sal known for the skeleton of a whale.
-In Traveling on the island you find dry landscapes, almost lunar, strewn with remains of houses in poor condition. This looks like a journey into the past.