Lying on the northern tip of Fuerteventura overlooking Lanzarote, Corralejo’s the island’s most popular resort. Despite the backdrop of volcanic peaks, many routes from the resort encompass flat, clear roads. Offering short bursts of fun, they’re ideal for beginners and budding professionals.
Fuerteventura’s well known for its strong winds. They’re actually a great asset when you’re cycling, so you’ll always feel a cool breeze! As with all other Canary Islands, Fuerteventura still remains bright, warm and sunny in every season, too.
Take time to discover by day and visit the sand dunes that make up the Corralejo Natural Park. The local resort’s also an excellent place to enjoy live music. Further south, Costa Calma’s big with windsurfing crowds, so don’t miss a wave.
Route: El Cotillo >> Jarugo
Climb Level: 2/5
Max Altitude: 146m
The Route: The series of ascents and descents is more challenging than most of the flat coastal routes in Fuerteventura.
Route: Corralejo >> Puerto Del Rosario
Max Altitude: 2080m
The Route: This long route runs nearly the entire length of the island before turning back towards the north to the largest town on the island – Puerto del Rosario.
Route: Playitas >> Antigua >> Pajara >> Playitas
Climb Level: 3/5
Max Altitude: 590m
The Route: From Las Playitas, head north inland towards the centre of the island. The winds will be a real challenge and as you head higher into the hills, the views will be spectacular.