Fuerteventura is a volcanic island and is almost uncommercialised, retaining much of its unspoilt original beauty and calm with a landscape of contrasting volcanic contours, sandy beaches and rocky coves.
The weather conditions of Fuerteventura are very similar to Florida and Mexico being them on the same latitude. It is the driest Canary island, with little rainfall and around 3,000 hours of sunshine per year. All this makes the second largest Canary island the ideal holiday location!
The island was declared a Unesco Biosphere Reserve in 2009.
In fact, its miles and miles of broad sandy beaches and golden sand dunes make, the sea breeze and the emerald green waters make you feel like you are in paradise.
Literally meaning “strong wind”, Fuerteventura is also well known among wind surfers and kite surfers.
Yes, Fuerteventura is the ideal holiday resort for everyone.
So, if you are already preparing your luggage to leave, here’s my review about 5 places where to eat vegan in Fuerteventura!
Calle Submarino 3 – Corralejo
Open 12-17 and 21-23.30, closed on Sundays
Calle Josè Segura Torres, 44 – Corralejo
Open 11-17, closed on Sunday
Amazing idea: this restaurant is a perfect choice for everyone, as it has options for diabetics, people with celiac desease, vegetarians, vegans, healthy-conscious. Superb service and great food.
Calle Anzuelo, 4 – Corralejo
Open 18-23, closed on Sunday
100% vegetal menu, fresh juices, green smoothies, homemade pastries, sandwiches, gourmet salads… From breakfast till aperitif time, a new and fresh discovery!
Calle La Milagrosa 29 – Corralejo
Open 9-18, closed on Tuesday
Delicious ice-creams, with many vegan options. Try the orange-ginger flavor!
Calle La Milagrosa 23 – Corralejo
Open 12-14, closed on Thursday
Welcome! I’m Irene 🙂
I went vegan few years ago and it was one of the best decision I’ve ever made!
Join me to follow my vegan lifestyle!