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Starting from £13 per day*
* Rates are based on a 7 day rental from 14/12/2016-21/12/2016 at Fuerteventura
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Hertz in Fuerteventura

With white sand beaches and sunshine which lasts the whole year round, Fuerteventura is one of the most popular of Spain’s Canary Islands to visit. But there’s a lot more to this island than just seaside holidays. If you have a hire car you can see the magnificent coast, the extraordinary volcanic landscape and the sights of the old Spanish colonial towns.

We’ve got convenient car hire pick-up locations across the island, including at the airport and main resorts. And if you need some assistance while on your journey, we have a 24-hour helpline to answer any questions you may have.

Pickup Locations Fuerteventura

  • Fuerteventura Airport

    Opening hours:Mo-Su 0730-2230

    Address:Local 7, El Matorral, Local 7, Canary Islands

    Phone:34-928-860628

  • Corralejo-La Oliva

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0830-1230 1630-1900, Sa 0830-1230, Su 0830-1200

    Address:Avenida Nuestra Senora del Carmen,
    Suite10,
    Canary Islands

    Phone:34-928-535842

  • La Antigua-El Castillo Shopping Centre

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0830-1230 1630-1900, Sa 0830-1230, Su 0830-1200

    Address:Local G,
    Canary Islands

    Phone:34-928-163-516

  • Pajara-Morro Jable

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0830-1230 1630-1900, Sa 0830-1230, Su closed

    Address:Building Esmeralda, Local 5,
    Canary Islands

    Phone:34-928-540354

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A quick guide to Fuerteventura

The Spanish island of Fuerteventura is the second biggest of the Canary Islands and has become a sought-after holiday destination thanks to its reliable sun and attractive beaches.

Sensational seaside

The island boasts over 150 beaches, many of which are considered among the finest in the Canary Islands. Most are white sand although a few, like those on most other Canary Islands, are soft black volcanic shingle. You’ll find plenty of opportunities for watersports, including surfing and windsurfing at the different beaches.

The old fishing village of Corralejo at the northern tip of the island has grown into a popular tourist resort thanks to its sheltered seven-mile beach and large area of sand dunes. The exciting Baku Waterpark is one of the top attractions in the town and boat trips to Lobos, a tiny island which faces Corralejo, are a chance to escape the crowds with your surfboard.

To the west is El Cotillo, another beach favoured by surfers. It has a round sandy bay and dramatic cliffs nearby and you’ll find the beach resort of Morro Jable lies at the southern end of the island.

Costa Caleta beach uses fine imported sand from the Sahara and there’s a busy marina here too with lots of watersports facilities. Further south, the quiet beach town of Costa Calma boasts a shady grove of pine trees – a rarity on this largely tree-less island and the Sotavento Beach starts here. It’s a world famous location among keen wind-surfers.

Explore inland

Drive inland from the beaches to discover the extraordinary landscapes of Fuerteventura, with multi-coloured volcanic rocks and impressive mountains creating a panorama more like a moonscape. Look out for prominent peaks like Mount Jandia, the islands highest, which stands in a nature reserve at the south of the island, and Montana de Tindaya, the ‘Scared Mountain’, in the northern La Oliva district.

In the middle of the island there’s the former colonial capital of all the Canary Islands, the old town of Betancuria. Stroll among the swaying palms and views of the mountains all around to find cafes and craft shops. You’ll soon see that this World Heritage Site has the finest old houses and churches on the island of Fuerteventura.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.