Fuerteventura which exactly means "strong fortune" but interpreted by a few as "Strong Winds" or a deception of the French phrase for "Great Adventure" is one of the Canary Islands, in the Atlantic Ocean off the shore of Africa, politically a portion of Spain, it rests about 100km from the African shore, and there are noticeable resemblances not just with the scenery, but also the homes, with their North African–type flat ceilings for gathering rainfall. In other methods, Fuerteventura imitates its neighbor Lanzarote, only with more shades. Its volcanoes look like heaps of saffron, chili and coriander, dreamlike triangles of foreign seasonings. it is the second biggest of the Canary Islands, following Tenerife.
Although many tourists are more focused on conquering the waves and the wind than examining the theoretical aesthetics of the landscape. The second-biggest island in the island (following Tenerife), Fuerteventura has sunshine throughout the year and the largest and top beaches in the Canaries.
The leading tourist retreats rest at opposite parts of the island. At the northern point is Corralejo, adored by British sun-lovers, while deep down south you’ll find Morro Jable, hugely visited by Germans and a decidedly fixed place. The island was proclaimed a Unesco Biosphere Reserve back in 2009.
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