Located south of the large resort of Corralejo, in the north of Fuerteventura, you will find the famous national park of the sand dunes. Formed by white sands blown by the trade winds from the Sahara Desert, Corralejo´s sand dunes are a top destination for sun worshippers, nudists and surfers.
The 8kms beach overlooks the small island of Los Lobos which is also a National Park area. Lobos Island is a uninhabitated island which gains it´s name from the sealions that once lived there. Small boats frequent Lobos Island, popular with fishermen, hikers and tourists to gain access to the island. The sand dunes also overlook the neighbouring island of Lanzarote.
The sand dune beaches are suitable for children. There is a marked off area for wind surfers and kite surfers. The beaches are also naturist areas. There are toilets, beach bars, sunbeds and parasols along the sand dune beaches. It is easy to park your car along the main road when visiting these beaches, or alongside the 2 large RIU hotels located on the beach.