Surf all day, party all night – Our favorite clubs in Fuerteventura!
After a long day of surfing and soaking up the sun, Corralejo has a great nightlife where you can find great food and drinks. There are three places we want to feature as our favorites, and anyone who has stayed with us can vouch that at least two of them are the best spots to go a little crazy at night; Banana Bar and Waikiki. Besides that we also want to introduce you to a less well-known bar, which has the best vibe on the island: Babel Cocktail Bar. If you´re going to be staying with us for the first time, be sure to follow our staff out for a night at the best clubs in Fuerteventura – Corralejo!
Banana Bar & Lounge
Banana Bar is littered with locals and traveling surfers, a hot spot on any night to grab a couple of cocktails on the rooftop lounge, then head down for live music and DJs. With surfboards hanging on the walls and surf videos playing in the background, the lounge upstairs is the perfect place to mingle with new friends.
Address: Calle Isla de Lobos, 14, 35660 Corralejo, Las Palmas
As Banana Bar closes up and people are ready to dance, Waikiki becomes the place to “have a boogie” as our English mates say. The nightclub, which stays open during the day as a restaurant, has a large dance floor, easily accessible bars, and good DJ´s that keep the people moving. It is a nice walk along the beach to get back to the hostel once the club closes in the early hours of the morning.
Address: Calle Arístides Hernández Morán, 11, 35660 Corralejo, Las Palmas
Babel Cocktail Bar
Babel is slightly different from the first two clubs/bars, or any bar that you have ever been in. The place looks a little alternative and is a more relaxed and chilled bar where you sit down with some friends and talk with some chilled music in the background. We wish we could portray the atmosphere of this bar but pictures would not be able to do this, you definitely need to visit this bar to feel the vibe.
Address: Calle Mari y Miguelin, 8, Corralejo
We hope you won’t be too hangover so that you can still go surfing, kitesurfing, or windsurfing! If you don’t want to miss out on some good surfing conditions, just go out the night before the forecast shows the waves are not going to be really good.