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The Canary Islands are a Spanish archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean, formed millions of years ago by volcanic activity. Located just 120 km from Morocco, they are geographically part of Africa. The subtropical climate provides the islands with warm temperatures year-round, earning them the nickname “Islands of Eternal Spring.” Fuerteventura is the oldest of the islands and, in addition to numerous water sports activities, offers plenty of time to explore and relax with its volcanoes, dunes, caves, and beaches.

The Ineika Funcenter is located in the north of Fuerteventura, centrally situated in Corralejo. Once a small fishing village, Corralejo has developed into the center of the surf scene and is known as the “European Hawaii” due to its many surf spots. In the town, there are numerous beaches, surf shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, and clubs that ensure there’s never a dull moment

The surrounding small villages such as Lajares, Cotillo, and La Oliva, with their goat farming and fishing, offer a peaceful contrast with a surfer lifestyle to Corralejo. Additionally, regular markets, concerts, and festivals take place throughout the year. The neighboring islands of Lobos and Lanzarote are popular destinations for day trips.

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