Corralejo is the busiest resort on the island and is for those visitors who want a busier nightlife in Fuerteventura.
It is situated about 40 minutes from the airport. The main area of nightlife in Corralejo is the Centro Comercial Atlantico on the main strip, where you will find lots of disco bars. Scattered elsewhere along the main strip there are discos, British bars and live music.
For a more relaxed feel within this resort, the pedestrianised area at the northern end of the main Avenida has many open-air venues, where you can while away the hours, watching the world go by, and listening to Latin and Spanish music.
There are many restaurants in Corralejo offering local and international cuisine, allowing for pretty much any budget. The harbour is the place to be if you are seeking Canarian and Italian restaurants. There isn’t a huge number of clubs, for dancing the night away – but some bars in Corralejo are open until the early hours of the morning. This is the original part of the town, and it manages to retain its charm. The bars and restaurants along the seafront, are quaint and picturesque… with spectacular views across to Lobos, and Lanzarote beyond. Look to your left – past the port – and the breaking waves there are a hotspot for surfers.
Here you will also find Playa la Clavellina, which provides sunbathing, and safe swimming for all ages. The race, La Tres Islas culminates here, and is a huge draw for residents, and the lucky holiday makers on the Island at the time. You can see people clambering all over the sea walls (at times precariously) for a better look. Between Playa la Clavelline, and the port, are opportunities for jetskiing, fishing trips, and other water based activities.
The dunes to the east of Corralejo are a Nature Reserve, and are an absolute must for anyone visiting the Island . The dunes spread for miles along the coast, even visible from Playa Blanca in Lanzarote, which all builds the appeal of this popular Fuerteventura resort.