Sixty miles off the coast of Africa lies the second largest of the Canary Islands, which goes by the name of Fuerteventura.
With mile after mile of warm, untouched sandy beaches tempered
by a refreshing breeze off the Atlantic it has become a haven for beach lovers.
Its summer trade winds averaging from 10 to 25 knots in the north makes the ocean a play ground for us adrenaline junkies.
There are a few beaches you can choose from such as El cotillo on the west side a long sandy beach in the summer north east winds are not as steady but the landscape is breath taking. This beach is best to kite with North East or North West winds. Also check Playa de Las Dunas on the way out of Corralejo heading for the sand dunes you will see two big hotels the first beach is best with north winds and also ridable with north west but there is a small island in-front that blocks the wind at this spot if coming from North East.