How to Get From Fuerteventura Airport to Corralejo Surf Camp
Fuerteventura is the second largest of the Canary Islands situated only 90km from the African Coast. Fuerteventura has some of the best waves in the Canary islands making it the perfect place for a sunny surfing holiday. Join our surfcamp and surfhouse in Corralejo for a great surf and party holiday.
The closest international airport to Corralejo is 45Km away. Airport Code: Fuerteventura (FUE).
Directions from Fuerteventura airport to Corralejo center.
Airport transfers (both ways) are free for surf camp packages that include 7 nights/6 days or more. For shorter stays a fee is charged per person.
Rent-a-car | Pickup and return at Airport
Car rentals in Fuerteventura are usually cheap (+-100€/week). You can find good deals online or contract on arrival at the many airport car rental desks.
Taxi | Fuerteventura Airport to Corralejo
A direct taxi ride from Fuerteventura Airport to Corralejo takes around 35 minutes and cos ts +-45 EUR.
Bus | Fuerteventura Airport to Corralejo
There are no direct buses from Fuerteventura's International Airport (FUE) to Corralejo. You need to catch a bus to "Puerto Del Rosario" and then another one to Corralejo, the whole trip should take about 1h15m:
- 1: Fuerteventura Airport to Puerto del Rosario catch bus number 3. The bus runs every 30 minutes, leaving on the hour and half past from 07h00 to 23h30. Trip takes around 10 minutes and tickets cost approximately 1,40 EUR/person.
- 2: From Puerto del Rosario to Corralejo catch bus number 6.
From Monday to Saturday buses leave every thirty minutes (on the hour and half past) and on Sundays and holidays buses leave on the hour from 07h00 to 22h00. Trip takes around 40 minutes and tickets cost approximately 3,30 EUR/person
Corralejo | Surf, Fun and Tan all year around!
Fuerteventura is the second largest island of the Canary Islands, and is neighbour to Lanzarote and Gran Canaria. It is located less than 100 km from the African Coast and a desert like scenery with beautiful sandy dunes and arid landscapes, Here you will find some of the best beaches in the Canary islands with year round sunshine and perfect conditions for surfing, SUP, windsurfing, kitesurfing or any water sport!
Its warm climate constantly cooled by Atlantic breezes benefits surf greatly, specially in the morning and late afternoon when offshore wind conditions generate world class waves for any level.
The surf school and surf camp in Fuerteventura is located right in the north of the island, at the touristy port of Corralejo, some 45km from Fuerteventura's International Airport and just 20 minutes by boat from Lanzarote (Playa Blanca).
Situated on the northern tip of the island, Corralejo is the biggest and busiest resort on Fuerteventura. People come from afar to view the rolling sand dunes and magnificent beaches.
In the town centre there is harbour/marina, a large offer of hotels, restaurants, shops and many other amenities, and of course, a cheerful nightlife!
Night Life in Corralejo Fuerteventura
During your surf camp you'll spend most of your day in one of the many beautiful beaches sharing your surf experiences with your fellow surfers! You'll meet surfers from all over the world. During the evening there is plenty of socializing (if you wish). Often group dinners with fellow surfers and staff are organized followed by a night our for some live music or just chill by the surf house lounge.
The NIGHT LIFE in Corralejo offers many options for a good outing alone or in the company of your friends. There are many pubs, bars and clubs with good music, young atmosphere and a great "surf vibe"...
Nearly all places in Fuerteventura have no dress code. Shorts & flip flops are standard and a way of life ,o) Some bars offer live music and clubs stay open until 6 AM. During the summer, the local "fiestas" happen almost daily in every village of the island.
Surfing Beaches in Fuerteventura
Being a very flat island with strong winds during the summer months, it's the perfect paradise for Surfers and water sports lovers.
There are also many sheltered sandy and reef bottom beaches perfect for surfers of any level to have a real taste of some of the best waves in the Canary Islands.
Every year in July, Fuerteventura holds the Windsurf speed and slalom world championship, at the beach "Sotavento" on the south of the island.
Safe beaches for swimming and children
Fuerteventura's East Coast is more touristic and with sheltered sandy beaches. Perfect conditions for swimming or families with children.
Most beaches have sun beds and parasols available to rent and supermarkets and restaurants are also next to the beach.
Corralejo's Dunes Natural Park is a vast strip of sandy beach with many amenities throughout.