Surfing Colors Hotel Apartments
The apartments of the Surfing Colors Hotel Apartments are fresh and modern with surf-themed walls. Everything about this hotel centres on the sea, so as well as nautical themed rooms, you’ll also find an on-site surf school.
Within the apartment, there’s a well-stocked kitchenette for mealtimes, but a couple of authentic Spanish eateries are only a few minutes away if you don’t fancy cooking.
Outside, there are two cube-shaped pools that are sunken into a huge sun terrace that’s lined with loungers and thatched parasols. The smaller one is just for kids who will have plenty of opportunity to splash and paddle. Close by, there’s also a bar serving drinks and snacks.
During your stay, you’ll find a lovely choice between relaxation and adrenaline-filled sports. Yoga and Pilates classes will keep you Zen, but the surf school provides high-octane fun.
Overview of Corralejo
In the north of Fuerteventura, you’ll find the island’s most popular town. In Corralejo, you’ll discover a modern resort centre as well as an old town to explore, so you’ll have the best of both worlds during your holiday to Fuerteventura.
The town is set next to the picturesque Parque Natural de Corralejo, so during the day it appeals to surfers and explorers alike thanks to its bohemian feel. After dark, it boasts the best nightlife on an otherwise quiet island.
With a stay at the Surfing Colors Hotel Apartments, you’ll spend your days enjoying the beaches, trying your hand at water sports and exploring the surrounding natural landscape.
Things to do in Corralejo
The Surfing Colors Hotel Apartments is in a laid-back spot that’s close to the beach and only 10 minutes away from Corralejo’s pretty harbour.
As there’s a surf school on-site, you can work on your skills and rent a board before taking a short stroll to the beach. Here, the waves are perfect for performing tricks. If you’d rather relax on the sands, you can gaze out towards the mysterious island of Los Lobos.
Corralejo offers a beautiful mix of the modern and the traditional. Canarian architecture sits alongside modern restaurants that provide an excellent choice of family-friendly places, as well as small, intimate spots ideal for a candlelit dinner for two. After dark, you won’t find Ibiza-style clubs, but there are plenty of places where you can grab a cocktail and enjoy the view.
A large and busy tourist resort, Corralejo showcases Fuerteventura at its stunning best. From white beaches to luscious national parks and waves perfect for adrenaline junkies, there’s something for everyone here.