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Cycling in Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is certainly a cycle-friendly hub. A stay in the island’s major resorts is seriously appealing, and that’s without mentioning the waterparks, pristine coastlines and zoos you can enjoy when you’re taking a break. Get on your bike and explore!

Fuerteventura cycling hotels

  • Corralejo >> Puerto Del Rosario
  • El Cotillo >> Jarugo
  • Playitas >> Antigua >> Pajara >> Playitas

Corralejo >> Puerto Del Rosario

Suitable for: Families

Difficulty: 2/5

Climb Level: 2/5

Max Altitude: 45m

Distance: 30.2km

The Route: This long route runs nearly the entire length of the island’s east coast. You’ll pass stunning beaches and Mars-like volcanic landscapes before turning back towards the north to the largest town on the island – Puerto del Rosario. Here, you can rest and enjoy a refreshing drink from a harbourfront bar.

El Cotillo >> Jarugo

Suitable for: Leisurely pedallers

Difficulty: 2/5

Climb Level: 2/5

Max Altitude: 240m

Distance: 30km

The Route: From El Cotillo in the north-west, you’ll take a picturesque coastal track down to Jarugo. The series of ascents and descents is more challenging than most of the flat coastal routes in Fuerteventura. Your hard work will certainly be rewarded though, as you can admire stunning sea views.

Playitas >> Antigua >> Pajara >> Playitas

Suitable for: Seasoned cyclists

Difficulty: 4/5

Climb Level: 3/5

Max Altitude: 383m

Distance: 77.5km

The Route: From Las Playitas, head north inland towards the centre of the island. The winds will be a real challenge but as you head higher into the hills, the views will be spectacular. Heading back south, you’ll pass through the laid-back town of Pajara, before returning to Las Playitas.

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