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Vegan Vegan Vegan

Where and what to eat in Corralejo Where could you eat when you are not a meatlover, or when you are a vegan or vegetarian. On Fuerteventura, Corralejo, you will be very happy. Many surfcamps are popping out of the ground, but also many vegan restaurants! There are also a lot of restaurants that display meat in their window, but eating vegan is much more upcoming it seems. Here is a top 3 of restaurants / cafe´s, to go have a vegan bite when you are on holidays in Corralejo, Fuerteventura. H20 is a juice bar and vegan cafe that has a very colourful interior. You become instantly very happy when you are going to eat something there. It is a small restaurant with lovely people working there. The prices are perfectly fine for what you get. A restaurant where I have been eating myself is ´Sanus´. It is booked out quickly so make sure you make a reservation. It is a 100% gluten free restaurant and has things like ´broccoli rice´ on the menu. It is a very ´clean´ restaurant with lots of white. Didn´t come across as very cosy to me, but the food is wonderful. My favorite […]

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The bigger the better

I don´t want to surf on that huge thing! You are a beginner at surfing. First day going to the beach to try and catch some waves, you get this huge freaking surfboard to start with. You´re thinking ´what the …?!´, ´how can I ever surf with this monster?´. The bigger boards, 6 to 9 feet, are called fun boards. They have a lot of volume and are made to float. Exactly what you need to begin with to be able to let the board ´float´ on the waves so you can take your time to push yourself up on the board to be able to stand up. These bigger boards are more difficult to take turns with for example, but you don´t have to try that when you are starting to learn how to surf. Let´s begin with just going straight ahead and being able to stand up on the board, or to catch the wave even when you are nervously holding on to the board trying not to lose on your way. The bigger boards have more volume so it will be easier to balance on them (or: not fall off). They are called fun boards, because when the […]

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Summer vs wintersurf on Fuerteventura

The difference in surf between summer and wintertime Fuerteventura means ´Strong wind´. Because there is mostly a quite strong wind on the island, it is known for its wind- and kitesurfing. It also has a lot of beaches for normal surf. The best groundswell you will find is from october until april, so that´s wintertime on Fuerte. But even then sometimes it can be flat. A wetsuit is recommended and also take a sweater, long pants and socks after Sunset surf, it can be chilly from December on. Whenever the surf report says flat, the best chance you will get is the beach ´Esquinzo´. Esquinzo lays in a Canyon and is therefore very consistent with its waves. It has a beach break and is best surfable during low tide, or coming into low. Surfing there yesterday at 18:00 and this morning at 8:00 was great. Be aware that you do have to climb your way down into the canyon, so save a little of energy after surf to be climbing your way back up again. Esquinzo you can reach through El Cotillo or you can take an exit before El Cotillo at El Roque. It will take you over a […]

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Fuerteventura and its cities: La Oliva

From Surf Riders Fuerteventura Hostel want to give special importance to all the cities of Fuerteventura and we intend to get close and show you how is the island where we are.

Let’s start with the municipality of La Oliva, as it is the municipality which we belong and we know best.

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Fuerteventura and its cities: Antigua

Antigua is located in the eastern central area of the island. Geologically, materials fom the different phases of the fomation of the island come to the surface within the municipal boundaies and its lanscape has been shaped by erosion.

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The 5 Best Surf Movies Out There!

Do you miss the sand between your toes, watching the waves, running towards the beach with your surfboard? We get it! Cheer up by watching some of our favourite surf movies!

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Surf camp in Fuerteventura winter – Surf during the Christmas period

Did you know that winter is the best time for surfing in Fuerteventura? The wind drops and the bigger swells arrive to the island. Besides that, the weather is amazing. Read on if you want to know more about our special surf packages!

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The 3 Most Beautiful Beaches in Fuerteventura

Want to discover the best beaches in Fuerteventura? We talk about the three best ones in the following blogpost! Read on for more information

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Three Best Surf Spots near El Cotillo

What are the best surf spots near El Cotillo, Corrajelo? Read about the best spots El Cotillo has to offer below. El Cotillo is only a 20 minute drive from Corralejo.

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Surfing in Fuerteventura

Why should you come surfing in Fuerteventura? You will read all about it in this blogpost! Fuerteventura has surf for beginners, intermediate, and advanced surfers!

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