Hesperia Bristol Playa

The Hesperia Bristol Playa will soon feel like a home away from home. Whitewashed villas house airy apartments decorated in the Canarian style, with lounges and kitchenettes. If you don’t feel like cooking, there’s a fabulous buffet restaurant, complete with exposed wooden beams and terracotta tiles.Outside, you’ll discover a trio of pools linked by bridges, with an al fresco bar nearby. The beach is just a few minutes’ away, while the main resort area of Corralejo is a 10-minute walk.

Overview of Corralejo

If you’re looking for a relaxed Canary Island destination, book your holidays to Fuerteventura. This is the closest Canary island to Africa, so expect year-round good weather. With over 150 beaches to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Corralejo is a thriving resort town renowned for its impressive beaches. It’s near an enormous national park renowned for its scenic volcanic landscapes. So you’ll get the best of both worlds here – it’s easy to get out into nature, but you’ve also got restaurants, bars and shops close to hand.

Things to do in Corralejo

If you head to the harbour, you can take a boat trip to the nearby island of Los Lobos, an unspoilt paradise renowned for its beaches and wildlife. Alternatively, an excursion to Parque Natural de Las Dunas is highly recommended. The six miles of rugged dunes and windswept beaches are home to lizards, birds and rabbits.Tame your inner foodie on a tapas trail for your evening meal. Follow the yellow tapas signs at Corralejo’s harbour to discover some tucked-away bars. You can try local delicacies like mussels with chilli and papas arrugadas – salty potatoes with a spiced pepper sauce.You can’t go wrong with a trip to Fuerteventura, with its fantastic food, stunning landscape and miles of beaches. With places like the Hesperia Bristol Playa offering you traditional Canarian hospitality, you’ll feel genuinely welcomed here.


Resort Summary

Perhaps the most significant reason for Corralejo’s popularity is its fantastic stretch of beach and the beautifully clear sea that lies beyond it, awaiting you on All Inclusive Fuerteventura holidays. All the boxes are ticked here – clear blue waters, pristine sand and dunes that stretch out for miles. There are good reasons behind the tourist boom that Corralejo has enjoyed.

As well as the beaches, there are also other kinds of natural beauty to be found in Corralejo and the surrounding area. Corralejo sits on the northern tip of Fuerteventura and looks upon the island of Los Lobos, a calm and beautiful refuge full of interesting plant and animal life.

Corralejo belongs to the municipality of La Olivia, which is home to an enormous nature park defined by its mountainous, volcanic landscape and the unique species of animals living there. Despite its humble origins, Corralejo is now the most popular tourist destination on the island of Fuerteventura, and offers a variety of experience to suit holidaymakers of all ages and expectations.