Best Places to Stay in Fuerteventura: A Guide for Digital Nomads and Adventure Seekers - Casa las Dunas

Best Places to Stay in Fuerteventura: A Guide for Digital Nomads and Adventure Seekers

Fuerteventura, the jewel of the Canary Islands, is a paradise for nature lovers, adventure enthusiasts, and digital nomads.
Whether you’re seeking thrilling water sports, tranquil beaches, or vibrant nightlife, Fuerteventura has it all. In this guide, we’ll break down the best places to stay on the island, highlighting the unique characteristics of the north, south, and most popular towns. Plus, we’ll help you choose between hotels, hostels, and houses to make the most of your stay.

Exploring Fuerteventura: North, South, and Popular Towns

North Fuerteventura: Corralejo and Beyond

Corralejo is the crown jewel of northern Fuerteventura, especially for digital nomads and nature enthusiasts. Known for its stunning sand dunes, vibrant nightlife, and top-notch water sports, Corralejo offers a perfect blend of work and play. The area is popular with digital nomads due to its excellent coliving spaces, reliable internet, and a community of like-minded individuals.

  • Activities: Kitesurfing, windsurfing, surfing, exploring Corralejo Natural Park.
  • Tourism Style: Adventurous, social, and laid-back.
  • Accommodation: Coliving spaces (like our own), boutique hotels, and rental houses.

El Cotillo is another northern gem, known for its serene beaches and charming fishing village vibe. It’s perfect for those who prefer a quieter, more relaxed atmosphere.

  • Activities: Surfing, beachcombing, enjoying fresh seafood.
  • Tourism Style: Tranquil, nature-focused.
  • Accommodation: Cozy hostels, beachfront apartments, and traditional houses. 

South Fuerteventura: Costa Calma and Morro Jable

Costa Calma is the go-to destination for luxury seekers and beach lovers. With its long stretches of white sandy beaches and upscale resorts, it’s ideal for those looking to unwind in comfort.

  • Activities: Sunbathing, swimming, spa experiences.
  • Tourism Style: Luxury, relaxation. Senior Audience.
  • Accommodation: High-end hotels, all-inclusive resorts.

Morro Jable combines traditional Canarian charm with modern amenities. It’s a great spot for families and those wanting a mix of culture and beach time.

– Activities: Exploring the old town, visiting local markets, and beach activities.
– Tourism Style: Family-friendly.
Accommodation: Family hotels, holiday apartments.

Central Fuerteventura: Betancuria and Caleta de Fuste

We recommend that you choose the middle of the island for your day trips (rather than accommodation) as whether you choose the north or south, you can reach these popular and super beautiful parts of the island within an hour’s drive. However, the atmosphere or the variety of accommodation that you can find in Fuerteventura is more recommendable in the south or the north.

Betancuria is the historic heart of Fuerteventura. This quaint town is perfect for history buffs and those wanting to explore the island’s cultural heritage.

  • Activities: Visiting museums, exploring historic sites, hiking.
  • Tourism Style: Cultural, serene.
  • Accommodation: Charming guesthouses, rural hotels. We advice to come here in  1-day visit. 

Caleta de Fuste is known for its convenient location and family-friendly atmosphere. It’s a great base for exploring the island.

  • Activities: Golfing, beach activities, shopping.
  • Tourism Style: Family-friendly, convenient, senior.
  • Accommodation: Mid-range hotels, holiday villas.


Choosing the Right Accommodation: Hotels, Hostels, or Houses?

Hotels in Fuerteventura

Hotels in Fuerteventura range from budget-friendly to luxurious. They offer convenience, amenities like pools and restaurants, and services like housekeeping.

– **Pros:** Comfort, amenities, service.
– **Cons:** Less privacy, can be expensive.


Hostels are a great option for solo travelers and those on a budget. They provide a social environment and often organize activities.

– **Pros:** Affordable, social, often centrally located.
– **Cons:** Less privacy, shared facilities, noisy, price is not cheaper than houses. 


Renting a house or apartment offers the most privacy and the feeling of a home away from home. It’s perfect for longer stays and those wanting more space.

– **Pros:** Privacy, space, kitchen facilities.
– **Cons:** No daily housekeeping, may need to arrange your own meals. Cheap options available. 

Why Corralejo is Perfect for Digital Nomads

For digital nomads, Corralejo stands out as the best place to stay in Fuerteventura. Our coliving space in Corralejo is designed to cater to remote workers who love nature and water sports. With reliable internet, a supportive community, and proximity to amazing beaches and activities, it’s the ideal location to balance work and play.

  • Work-Friendly: High-speed internet, coworking spaces, networking opportunities.
  • Nature and Adventure: Easy access to kitesurfing, surfing, and natural parks.
  • Community: Meet other digital nomads and like-minded individuals.


In conclusion, whether you’re looking to explore Fuerteventura’s rich cultural heritage, relax on pristine beaches, or dive into thrilling water sports, there’s a perfect place for you to stay. For digital nomads, especially those who love nature and adventure, Corralejo in the north is undoubtedly the best choice. Book your stay with us and experience the best of Fuerteventura!