The name "Calima" refers to the hot wind from the Sahara, which is not uncommon in the Canary Islands at temperatures of 35 degrees and more. The easterly and...

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The Virgin del Carmen is the patron saint of sailors, fishermen and navy. Every year in July a big festival takes place in our fishing village in honor of the "holy...

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Just as many advanced surfers continue to spread the rumor that there are no waves in the south of Fuerteventura, so does the legend that you can not surf the Canaries in...

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Every Fuerteventura vacationer finds at least one image of Cofete when searching for places of interest in Fuerteventura. No wonder the deserted beach regularly appears...

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saubere kleine Wellen in Jandia vor dem LeuchtturmDie Sonnenuntergänge am Leuchtturm in Jandia sind legendär

Jandia is actually the name of the southern peninsula of Fuerteventura. But also the well-known tourist resort in the south is called so and just like the beach section...

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kleine grüne Wellen an Fuerteventuras Ostküstefreundliches Line Up in Esquinzo an Fuerteventuras Ostküste

Esquinzo is the name of a stretch of beach on Fuerteventura's east coast. Thanks to the strong trade winds, there are often wind waves here. The special: These waves...

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Surfing the Shipwreck of Fuerteventura

Das Wrack der Amarican StarDie Wellen in Garcey sind super

The beach "Playa de Garcey" is mainly due to the wreckage of an American steamboat known, which is why many also speak of the surf spot "American Star" (name of the...

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