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Parque Natural de Corralejo

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Corralejo, La Oliva, Fuerteventura, Spain
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“sand dunes” (244 reviews)
“kite surfers” (50 reviews)
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Corralejo, La Oliva, Fuerteventura, Spain
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Reviewed yesterday

Seems like you can kill 2 birds with one stone. On one side you have the rolling ever shifting sand dunes blown all the way from the Sahara...and on the other you have pristine, natural beaches which are so tempting that it's hard too resist...More

Thank Brandon B
Reviewed 3 days ago

Endless pure white sand combined with a lovely clear warm sea. An interesting feature are the 'pods', circular stone windbreaks constructed over many years by beach lovers to shield the occasional strong winds. A few naturists walking and bathing. Be sure to visit Reynaldo's beach...More

Thank SuttysTrips
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

All island is wonderful. We can choose which beach to go. I recommend to use a kind of special shoes for white sands beach, to protect the fee because the small sea shells and rocks. Other side the beach is divided by rocks forming a...More

Thank SandraStewart
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Such a lovely place to see .... very barren but amazing volcanic landscapes .... be careful on the roads up the mountains bit precarious!!

Thank Ellieblue15
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wonderful sand dunes between the road and the sea; best with bare feet. Huge winds on the day of our visit. Close to the sea, we noticed that all stones had been used to build circular walls about 1 metre high to shelter from the...More

Thank 4funlife
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wow what a beautiful place. So dramatically different from the rest of the island. Lots to see and loads of beauty spots.

Thank Corinth B
Reviewed 1 week ago

This beach matches anything you've seen elsewhere. I just wish the nudists would stop parading themselves in areas immediately outside the hotels where there are children.

Thank Bigchiel
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nice park, lots of sand, beautiful views, nice to spend a day there. Hope to came back again. Really enjoyed it.

Thank Juraj S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Amazing sand dunes. Lifeguards always going about. Quite difficult to get to unless you have a car but definitely worth a visit.

Thank TJR66
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful clean beach....no facilities... some off road parking at south side of beach....no dogs....big sand dunes on other side of road....like a small bay as opposed to just a long stretch of sand...

Thank Scottish-German
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Vicky1313
Sorry me again! We are visiting with a 4 year old for the day. I have been reading everyone's reviews and it looks like getting a bus to the riu hotels will be the best thing to do as this is where you can hire Sun loungers, there is a supermarket, beach bar and snack stalls, can I confirm that is the case please? I know that this will be a busier spot but practically with a small child this sounds perfect. What about toilets please as this is my main worry? Many thanks!
10 June 2017|
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Response from Sandra T | Reviewed this property |
Have to agree with all the above answers, with a four year old, I think your mind would be more at ease spending the day on one of the beaches in Corralejo.. Have a nice holiday, what ever you decide.
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Vicky1313
Sorry me again! We are visiting with a 4 year old for the day. I have been reading everyone's reviews and it looks like getting a bus to the riu hotels will be the best thing to do as this is where you can hire Sun loungers, there is a supermarket, beach bar and snack stalls, can I confirm that is the case please? I know that this will be a busier spot but practically with a small child this sounds perfect. What about toilets please as this is my main worry? Many thanks!
10 June 2017|
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Response from Keith C | Reviewed this property |
Your correct on all counts, as for toilets, they,re at the Rui, or a wee in the sea. And yes it's worth the 4euro per lounger And 4 for the parasol, have you considered hiring a car? I do every time I go Payless. Es 100 e... More
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Vicky1313
We are visiting next month and wanting to visit the sand dunes for the day. Can anywhere recommend somewhere for lunch on the sand dunes please?
8 June 2017|
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Response from Lynne A | Reviewed this property |
Sorry just seen this, I would say eat on ththe bar at the beach, far better than the restaurant at the top of the road. Or you could eat at one of the two hotels situated at the Dunes
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