A few days in the sun recharge the batteries after a long winter. Sun, salt water, wind, swimming, surfing, running, reading, eating fish, playing football and watching Champions League in a Spanish bar, eating more fish, and more swimming. What could be better?
Fuerteventura, the second largest of the Canary Islands and the oldest dating back 20 million years to a volcanic eruption, is located just 100 kilometres off the coast of north Africa. The first settlers arrived here from North Africa in the 11th century BC. The name doesn’t describe the Trade Winds but is believed to have come from French conqueror Jean de Béthencourt’s exclamation «Quelle forte aventure!».