Fuerteventura Golf Course
With 365 days of sunshine each year and very little
precipitation, Fuerteventura is truly a golfer's
Located at Caleta de Fuste, the prestigious Fuerteventura Golf Course has an enviable reputation for being an excellent, impressive and challenging course with a beautiful ocean backdrop, spectacular scenic mountain views, exquisite lakes and numerous palm trees. The fairways, up to 50 metres wide, the trees and the rough are well presented and maintained, and the 67 bunkers are creatively integrated into the course, which was designed by the architect Juan Catarineu, built in 2002 and the venue for the 2004 Spanish Open Tournament.
The Golf Academy at this splendid 18-hole, Par 72 course offers golf lessons every day of the week to all ages in English, German and Spanish, with other languages being catered for on request. Classes include free clubs and balls, and at the end of a six hour course a Diploma/Certificate is provided.
The club's Academy Programme for groups includes classes and stay and play, which can be combined with other leisure pursuits including sports, water activities, tournaments, golf clinics and team building exercises.
The golf club boasts an outstanding practice area, a driving range with more than 50 spaces and an 800 square metre putting green and chipping green.
Competitive rates are offered throughout the year and further rate reductions are available to those guests staying at the golf resort's four or five star hotels: Elba Sara Beach & Golf Resort, Elba Carlota Beach & Convention Resort, Elba Palace Golf & Vital Hotel and the Sheraton Fuerteventura Beach, Golf & Spa Resort.
The five star Elba Palace Golf & Vital Hotel is home to the clubhouse, the 19th hole golf bar and the Pro Shop, which stocks a comprehensive range of merchandise to fulfil your golfing requirements. Golf clubs are also available for hire and lessons can be booked here too.
Throughout the year, Fuerteventura attracts holidaymakers from
all over the world because of its beautiful beaches and wonderful
weather. The town of Corralejo, located in the northern part of the
island, is the most popular holiday destination, and with over one
hundred restaurants, good shopping facilities and excellent leisure
and sports facilities, with the best surfing in Europe, fully meets
the needs of its visitors.
Just 10km south of the airport, the purpose built resort of Caleta de Fuste is another major tourist destination with numerous hotels, restaurants and bars as well as many shops and boutiques. This area is great for golf, sailing, windsurfing and scuba diving, and its Atlantic Ocean waters are renowned for their turtle and dolphin populations.
Jandia, a peninsula situated in the south-western part of the island, is located in the municipality of Pájara and is an area that is extremely popular with windsurfers and kitesurfers. The beautiful soft white sand and crystal clear turquoise sea makes it an ideal choice for beach lovers too. Here you will find Fuerteventura's tallest mountain, Pico de la Zarza, also known as Pico de Jandía. Rising to an elevation of approximately 812 metres and part of the Parque Natural de Jandia, spectacular views of the island can be seen by climbing its slopes.