The holiday resort of Corralejo can be found on the island of Fuerteventura which forms part of the Spanish Canary Islands. Coralejo has a superb seven-mile long stretch of sandy beach and is virtually guaranteed sunshine throughout both summer and winter. Corralejo also has a great choice of holiday accomodation and offers the best choice of entertainment and nightlife you'll find on Fuerteventura.
When you are searching for for a bucketload of fun and somewhere to chill and recover from daily stress then Corralejo on the island of Fuerteventura in the Canaries certainly could tick all the boxes. The resort of Corralejo in Fuerteventura promises the prospect of permanent sunshine so it is an ideal resort to escape our dismal climate and the daily grind of life back in Britain.
The resort of Corralejo is positioned on Fuerteventura, which is only one of a number of islands that usually known as the Canary Islands. Even though the Canaries are located closer to Africa than Europe. Thanks to it's southern latitude the climate on on Fuerteventura is agreeable throughout the year. In the winter you can expect an average daytime high of approximately 22°C and an average overnight low of about 15°C. During the summer months the norm is an average daytime high of about 35°C and an average overnight low of about 20°C. These comfortable temperatures throught the calendar year is the reason why Fuerteventura is sometimes called The Island of Eternal Spring. So if you are looking to top up your sun tan in Autumn, Winter or Spring then Corralejo in Fuerteventura could possibly be precisely the place that ticks all the boxes.
Geologically Fuerteventura island is the most ancient island in the Canaries. It is believed to date back around 20 million years when it was formed by volcanic activity. Most of Fuerteventura is understood to have been created close to 5 million years ago. Subsequently it has been gradually weathered by wind, weather and Atlantic ocean. No serious volcanic activity has been recorded in Fuerteventura during the last 4,000 years.