Riu Oliva Beach Resort

Miles of powder-soft sand and turquoise sea make up the landscape at this beachfront hotel, which is split into a main building and annexes. And for shops and restaurants, Corralejo is no more than 15 minutes away by bus. The Riu Olivia Beach Hotel boasts two big pools as well as an outdoor whirlpool bath. There are two buffet restaurants, both featuring show-cooking stations where you can have everything from freshly made pancakes to hot-off-the-grill meat and fish. Daytime activities include workout and arts classes, and in the evenings there’s live music and shows.

Overview of Corralejo

For a holiday to Fuerteventura that is equal parts relaxation and adventure, look no further than the buzzing resort town of Corralejo. A surfer’s paradise and nature-lovers’ dream, Corralejo has a relaxing and bohemian vibe that draws in holidaymakers year after year. With sweeping sandy beaches, great weather and plenty to see and do, it’s easy to see why this part of the island is so popular.

Things to do in Corralejo

If spending the day in the water is your thing, you’ll be spoiled for choice in Corralejo. You’ll have the chance to try your hand at surfing, water skiing and diving for a guaranteed adrenaline rush. For kids (and kids at heart), Acua Water Park, with a multitude of slides and pools, is a fun and family-friendly day out. The park is only a 10-minute drive from the Riu Olivia Beach Hotel. If you prefer to take it easy, unwind on the beach or watch the world go by from one of the laid-back beach bars. In Corralejo, relaxation comes easy and fun abounds. If a holiday spent hopping from beach to bar is what you’re after, you can’t go wrong with Corralejo.

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.