The Canaries… This archipelago is a dream come true with its endless beaches, its abundant nature and its atypical landscapes. We introduced you to Tenerife here and now it’s time to focus on Fuerteventura, one of our favourite destinations for a group trip to the Canaries. The island is the second largest in the archipelago and the closest to the African continent. But above all, Fuerteventura is a true testament to the diversity and similarities of the Canary Islands. Whether you are looking for a relaxing holiday or a sporty and adventurous one, or a mix of both, you will find your happiness in Fuerteventura. Indeed, its many assets make it an ideal destination for your incentive trips, team building activities, and for your group stays!
Fuerteventura, an authentic island off the beaten track
Fuerteventura, Biosphere Reserve
Fuerteventura was recognised as a biosphere reserve in 2009 by UNESCO, so you can be sure that nature will be there! The north is the most authentic part of the island, the least affected by tourism and which has retained its character. If you want a visit off the beaten track, this is the place to be! You will find small traditional villages, volcanoes where it is good to hike, small creeks, etc. In short, everything that makes this island so charming and wild, and which makes it a perfect destination for group trips off the beaten track!
Traditional atmosphere in the north
Authentic towns can be discovered in the north of the island. First of all La Oliva where you can find the Ruta de los Coroneles – Colonels’ Route – which will lead you to discover the history of the island and its colonial past. You will discover various monuments and a small town as if frozen in time. You will also be able to see the island’s famous mills, necessary for the production of Gofio. El Cotillo, an old fishing village, is also worth a visit if you are looking for authenticity.
The sublime dunes of the Corralejo Natural Park
The unmissable Corralejo Natural Park is located in the north of the island. Here you will find the largest dunes in the Canary Islands and you will feel like you are in a mini Sahara! The dunes stretch for about ten kilometres, making it one of the most breathtaking landscapes visible on the island. The dunes end in a turquoise water typical of the Canary Islands, inviting you to take a swim to end a day full of emotions.
Volcanoes and craters
The island being volcanic, there are many volcanoes and desert landscapes to discover. In particular, the Calderon Hondo in the north, which will allow you to admire an unobstructed view of the island as well as to go around its crater. You can even see Lanzarote, another Canary Island. Discover this desert landscape with its red and orange volcanic soil, this true Tierra del Fuego, by organising a guided tour during your group stay in Fuerteventura!
Fuerteventura, an island of paradise
Beach, beach, beach!
Coming to Fuerteventura for an incentive trip is definitely a good idea: after the meetings, head for the beach! Crystal clear turquoise waters and long white sandy beaches – that’s what Fuerteventura is all about. The island has more than 150 km of beaches. Whether it’s a pristine beach, a comfortable beach or a small hidden cove, choose your paradise for your next group trip to Fuerteventura. And for a surprising backdrop, head to the volcanic black sand beach at Las Playitas!
End of the world scenery in Cofete
How could we not start by introducing you to Cofete beach in the Jandia National Park in the south of the island. Along its 12 km length, it is one of the most impressive beaches on the island and in the Canary Islands! This white sandy beach ends in an azure blue ocean and is bordered by the cliffs and mountains of the National Park. A real sense of freedom will come over you when you visit this beach.
Peace and quiet in Los Lobos
The island of Los Lobos, a fifteen minute boat ride from Fuerteventura, has some of the wildest beaches and coves that the Canaries have to offer. Quiet beaches and views of the island of Fuerteventura. What more could you ask for!
Relaxation and cocktails on the beach
After a day of sightseeing or meetings on your incentive trip to Fuerteventura, head to one of the island’s comfortable beaches to relax. On the beach of Costa Calma in the south of the island, enjoy two kilometres of fine sandy beach with deckchairs and a small beach restaurant. La Concha at El Cotillo in the north is one of the most famous beaches on the island and will also offer you all the comfort you need. Whether you just want to relax by the water or swim in clear water, here it is possible!
Thrills and team building activities in Fuerteventura!
The island of “strong winds”
Literally meaning “strong wind” and with extraordinary beaches, Fuerteventura is a “surfer’s paradise”. Kitesurfing – a discipline where you glide on a board with a kite – windsurfing or surfing, the island is renowned for its practice. For beginners, the island has numerous water sports schools that offer sensational team building activities during your group trip to Fuerteventura.
Sotavento, an exceptional spot!
Sotavento beach, with its 9 km length, is the reference beach for kitesurfing and windsurfing. A sand barrier of 100 to 300 metres has been created over time, forming a shallow lagoon of 3 km, perfect for the introduction to the sport of water gliding.
A world-renowned destination
For over 30 years, the island has hosted the world kitesurfing and windsurfing championship, the Fuerteventura PWA Grand Slam. It takes place at the end of July and sees the world’s best kitesurfers and windsurfers compete in races and freestyle competitions. If the professionals have chosen Fuerteventura for the world kitesurfing and windsurfing championship, it is the proof that the island is a destination not to be missed for a sensational group trip to Fuerteventura!
As you can see, Fuerteventura is an ideal destination whether you are looking for peace and quiet, authenticity or adventurein your group travel. The island offers many activities perfect for team building, such as water sports. In addition, the south of the island has many hotels that are perfect for your seminars and team building events. We are convinced that its 150 km of beaches will charm you as it did us!