The canaries are a group of islands in the atlantic ocean, created million years ago from volcanic erosions. Politically belonging to Spain, geographically the islands are counted among Africa, as they are only 120 km away from Morrocco. The subtropical climate with all year long warm temperatures, gives the Canaries their second name: islands of the endless spring. Fuerteventura is the oldest of them and offers many choices of water sports, stunning beaches and plenty activities in the hinterlands.
The Ineika Funcenter is located in the north of Fuerteventura in the centre of Corralejo. Formerly a fishing village, Corralejo developed, due to it`s several surf spots, to the focus of surf tourism and to the “european Hawaii”. Surrounded by sand dunes, a volcanic landscape and a beautiful ocean, as well as beaches, surf shops, cafès, restaurants, bars and clubs in the town, you will find a lot of opportunities to enjoy your holidays here.
The close villages Lajares, Cotillo and La Oliva are with goat breeding and fishing a quiet contrast to the surfer lifestyle of Corralejo. Throughout the whole year many markets, concerts and festivals are taking place. The islands Lobos and Lanzarote are as well popular destination for a day trip.