The best thing about travelling alone is saving as much as possible on accommodation.
You’ll have money left over to treat yourself to something special just for you.
Corralejo is located on the northern tip of Fuerteventura, a small charming surfing town that, just like the island’s other towns, is simply unique.
Although it’s quite a touristy area, wandering around the old town you wouldn’t think it, as it’s brimming with quirky restaurants, live music and wonderful people that you’ll think you’re on some eclectic Mediterranean island.
However, if something quieter or inland is more your thing, there’s Lajares, which, although not on the coast, still has Corralejo’s surfing vibe.
Following the authentic and surfing feel, El Cotillo strikes the perfect balance between both, with a less touristy and more local vibe.
They all have several surf houses offering a range of accommodation: houses, apartments, shared and private rooms.
So, you’ll have lots of choice.
What’s more, apart from the stay, they have packages with surfing lessons included, perfect if you’re looking to try out the island’s flagship sport.
Here’s a list of some of the surf houses in the area to compare and choose:
If you’re looking to stay somewhere more central, there’s Puerto del Rosario, the capital of Fuerteventura, or Caleta de Fuste, a more touristy area that’s just a stone’s throw away from the airport.
Further south, the towns are quite spread out, but there are several options to suit all tastes: if you’re looking for something a little more relaxed, Las Playitas, Gran Tarajal or Costa Calma will be right up your street.
Now, if you’re looking for something with more of a touristy vibe, Morro Jable has what you’re looking for.
If you’d rather rent an apartment, stay in a hotel or something more private, on platforms such as AirBnB or Booking there’s plenty of accommodation all over the island.