Fuerteventura Golf Holidays

About 15 miles wide and 50 miles long, It is part of the province of Las Palmas. It is divided into six municipalities, each with their own main town:   Fuerteventura is known as the island of the eternal Spring and is one of the very few “countries” wholly declared as a UNESCO site.

Located just 100 kilometres off the coast of North Africa, it is the second biggest of the islands, after Tenerife, and has the longest beaches in the archipelago. The island is a destination for sun, beach and watersports enthusiasts. It lies on the same latitude as Florida and Mexico and the winter, temperatures average a high of 22 °C (72 °F) and a low of around 15 °C (59 °F) in the winter months, whereas during the summer a mean high of 35 °C (95 °F) and a low of 20 °C (68 °F) can be expected. Precipitation is about 147 mm per year, most of which falls in autumn and winter. October is the month with highest rainfall.  There are no fewer than 152 beaches along its coastline — 50 kilometres of fine, white sand and 25 kilometres of black volcanic shingle.

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The first settlers are believed to have arrived here from North Africa. They lived in caves and semi-subterranean dwellings, a few of which have been discovered and excavated revealing relics of early tools and pottery. In the 11th century BC, the Phoenician settlers arrived in Fuerteventura and Lanzarote.  Several Spanish and Portuguese expeditions occurred in about 1340  and, in 1405, the French conqueror Jean de Béthencourt took the island and gave his name to the former capital, Betancuria, on the west coast (Puerto Rosario took over the mantle as island capital in 1835). The name of the island itself is believed to have come from Bethencourt's exclamation "Quelle forte aventure!" ("What a grand adventure").

In 1927, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote became part of the province of Gran Canaria.  Tourism arrived in the mid-1960s with the building of the present airport at El Mattoral and the first tourist hotels.

Fuerteventura Golf Holidays

Our Fuerteventura Golf holidays bring you to the highest point in Fuerteventura. This is Mount Jandía (807 m) in the southwestern part of the island. Geographical features include Istmo de la Pared which is 5 km wide and is the narrowest part of Fuerteventura. The island is divided into two parts, the northern portion which is Maxorata and the southwestern part called the Jandía peninsula. The island is the least settled in the Canary Islands.

The summer Trade Winds and winter swells of the Atlantic make this a year-round surfers' paradise. Sailors, scuba divers and big-game fishermen are all drawn to these clear blue Atlantic waters where whales, dolphins, marlin and turtles are all common sights. With many hills present throughout the Island, hikers are also attracted to this Island.
Much of the interior, with its large plains, lavascapes and volcanic mountains, consists of protected areas which can be best be explored in a 4x4 or (for the more daring) with a cross-country motorbike on an organised tour.


Golf Accommodation and Hotels

  • Apartamentos Dunas Club3 star 

    Apartamentos Dunas Club

    Situated next to the port on the sun-drenched coast of Corralejo, within a stone’s throw of various small beaches, the Apartamentos Dunas Club is a peaceful sanctuary suitable for a relaxing getaway. Other than keeping fit in the onsite gymnasium and playing squash, guests can sip refreshing …

  • ApartHotel Castillo San Jorge Antigua Suites3 star 

    ApartHotel Castillo San Jorge Antigua Suites

    This Aparthotel is located in the Caleta de Fuste residential development, 500 m from the town centre, which boasts several shopping and leisure centres. Castillo beach, which offers a variety of water sports, is also only 500 metres away.

  • Elba Sara4 star 

    Elba Sara

    In the best residential area of Fuerteventura, island declared as a Biosphere Reserve by Unesco, less than 8 minutes from the airport, is the Hotel Elba Sara, next to a kilometre of fine sandy beach and to the first golf course of the island. A modern 4 star hotel offering excellent leisure and …

  • H10 Playa Esmeralda4 star 

    H10 Playa Esmeralda

    This 4-star modern hotel is located in front of the beach, in Costa Calma. It offers comfortable accommodation in well-equipped rooms. Jandia restaurant offers a wide variety of dishes in a buffet style. The Maxorata Bar-Restaurant is the perfect place to have lunch on the outside terrace next to …

  • Elba Palace Golf, Fuerteventura5 star 

    Elba Palace Golf, Fuerteventura

    A boutique hotel with polished wood floors and contemporary furnishings within traditional architecture, the Elba Palace is classy and rather grand. Located in the very heart of the island of Fuerteventura – a Unesco Bioshere Reserve – and next to Fuerteventura Golf Club, you’ve got the mountains …

  • Elba Carlota4 star 

    Elba Carlota

    The Elba Carlota Beach & Convention resort is a 4 star modern and comfortable hotel, right at the foot of the beach and next to the Fuerteventura convention centre, which is used for conferences and meetings. There are also many activities for both adults and children such as family entertainment, …


Golf Courses

  • Playitas golf course


    The new 18 hole Playitas Golf course has been designed by the popular Scottish golf course architect John Chilver Stainer whose philosophy was to create a fair but challenging course that would appeal to all levels of golfer.   The course has been shaped beautifully utilising the natural hills …

  • Salinas de Antigua golf course

    Salinas de Antigua

    Fuerteventura has always been a welcoming island and now Salinas adds to the golfing attraction. Located on the coast within easy distance of good hotels and the Elba Fuerteventura golf, Salinas is a modern and very fair course with a dash of water and beautifully-shaped greens amid an almost …

  • Fuerteventura Golf Club at Elba Palace golf course

    Fuerteventura Golf Club at Elba Palace

    Fuerteventura Golf Club was the first 18 hole golf course in Fuerteventura, Canaries and hosted the Spanish Open tournament in 2004. It is still one of the most outstanding in these most fortunate and quiet of equatorial islands. As well as the sunny weather all year long (an average of 22ºC) …

Fuerteventura Golf Breaks

• Mountains of Fire: The wine-growing area of La Gería and El Golfo on Lanzarote..
• Catamaran: Go sailing on Costa Calma, where you can enjoy sunbathing, swimming and other water sports..
• Camel Safari: ride on the back of a camel from El Barranco de la Lajita down to the beach
• Gran Tour: Visit the town of Betancuria, the beaches of Jandía and Pájara, and enjoy a tasting session of the local Majorero cheese.
• Antigua - Ajuy: Go rambling along local footpaths down to the dam along the valley of Vega del Rio Palma, visit the fishing village of Ajuy and the nearby caves.
Antigua Mill Craft Centre
• Betancuria Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum
• Tefía Artisans' Village
• Morro Velosa Viewpoint
• Casa de la Cilla, La Oliva

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