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Fuerteventura Canary Islands

Just 100 km off the coast of Western Africa, Fuerteventura emulates its neighbouring Lanzarote, but perhaps with a less volcanic feel and with splashes of colour throughout. A surfers paradise often attracting adrenalin junkies from around the world but still remaining quiet and untouched for others to reflect and enjoy the abstract aesthetics that one can find throughout this magical gem. Year round sunshine and in our opinion the best beaches one can find in the Canary Islands, it is not surprising that the island was declared a Unesco Biosphere Reserve in 2009

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Fuerteventura, Canary Islands
Just 100 km off the coast of Western Africa, Fuerteventura emulates its neighbouring Lanzarote, but perhaps with a less volcanic feel and with splashes of colour throughout. A surfers paradise often attracting adrenalin junkies from around the world but still remaining quiet and untouched for others to reflect and enjoy the abstract aesthetics that one can find throughout this magical gem. Year round sunshine and in our opinion the best beaches one can find in the Canary Islands, it is not surprising that the island was declared a Unesco Biosphere Reserve in 2009