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Telegraph recommends Fuerteventura for accessible year-round sun.

Updated: Sep 2, 2023

With dozens of pristine and Caribbean-like sand beaches that are generally accepted to be the best in the Canaries archipelago, Fuerteventura is a low-profile island, and a great bet for accessible year-round sun.

Less developed than Tenerife, calmer than Gran Canaria and more affordable than Lanzarote, it’s also got a lively surfing scene in the north.

Amongst the best beaches are the windy Sotavento (good for kite surfing) in the Jandia National Park in the south of the island, La Concha for snorkelling or El Moro (Drop Beach) for surfng, recommends John Goldacre of agent GoldAcre Estates. “Most of our buyers spend around €125,000-150,000 for a one or two-bedroom property but some buy villas for €200,000-500,000,” he says. And there are some bargains to be had. His agency is selling a new two-bedroom villa near Lajares on the north coast for €165,000 (see below).




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