Private apartments to rent in Fuerteventura direct from the owners could be the answer for you if you don’t want a package holiday. Some people, especially those who are regular travelers, can find organized holidays a bit constraining and would enjoy a stay in Spanish apartments to rent or Spanish holiday villas more than in a hotel. If you have internet access it is easy to find accommodation and flights that you can book yourself and you may find that you can save a bit of money as you are cutting out the middlemen and the commission they charge, when you book it yourself!
Fuerteventura is thought to be the oldest of the Canary Islands and was created about 70 million years ago as a result of volcanic activity. It has a fantastic climate with spring-like weather all year round with an average temperature of about 20ËsC which makes it a great place for Spanish holiday villas and Spanish apartments to rent. There are many types of private apartments to rent in Fuerteventura – some are cheap and cheerful, ideal for a base if you plan to spend most of your time on the beach, and others are luxurious with every home comfort provided affinity at serangoon.
If you are thinking of booking private apartments to rent in Fuerteventura, Corralejo and Costa Calma are two of the main resorts on the island. Correlejo is situated in the north of the island about 35km from the Airport and is one of Fuerteventura’s liveliest resorts. Corralejo has a buzzing nightlife with a variety of entertainment to suit most tastes and ages. Many British tourists book Spanish holiday villas and Spanish apartments to rent here. In contrast Costa Calma which is 80km south of the airport is recommended if you want a quiet beach holiday as nightlife here is mostly hotel-based and the resort’s main attraction is its long, white-sand beach.
If you have booked Spanish holiday villas or private apartments to rent in Fuerteventura you will find that the island has plenty of attractions and activities to keep you occupied. The main town on the island, Puerto del Rosario is worth a visit. It has a picturesque harbour and many excellent restaurants and bars. The Jandia Nature Reserve is located in the town of Pajara and is a blend of sand dunes and plant life. It is one of the most important areas of natural wildlife in the Canaries and numerous animals and insects can be found here including kestrels, stonechats, hawks, Egyptian vultures and lizards.
If you can tear yourself away from your luxury villa rental Spain there are many interesting places to visit if you are interested in history. The Archaeological Museum has displays of Aboriginal artifacts, most of which are examples of pottery but there are also bones and tools shaped from bone. The Cannons outside the museum were captured from attacking English Pirates, who were repelled by local farmers at the Battle of Tiscamanita in 1740. When you have had your fill of history you can go back to your private apartments to rent in Fuerteventura and plan another sightseeing trip.
Finally, when you have booked your private apartments to rent in Fuerteventura and your flights, don’t forget your travel insurance. It is worth contacting a reliable insurance broker who can advise you on the type of policy you will need. You can than compare prices from different companies and see which is the best for you.