Weather Averages for Fuerteventura in April
Averages for Fuerteventura in April
April is the heart of spring and truly sees the advent of the high tourist season in the island of Fuerteventura. With 11 hours of daily sunshine on average there is plenty of time for fun under the sun during this month. Average daytime temperature rises up to 19 degrees Celsius, while the seawater temperature lags just one degree behind at 18 degrees. Throughout the month, temperatures never drop below 15 degrees (even at night) and rarely go above 22 degrees Celsius, ensuring perfect conditions for plenty of outdoor fun.
Historical weather data indicates that April is one of the most stable and predictable months in Fuerteventura weather-wise. The sky is almost always spotless and rainfall barely reaches a measly 10mm of total precipitation. Only two days of April are expected to see some rain but it comes mostly at night, and the island is dry again by the moment most tourists rise. Hot winds blowing from Africa keep Fuerteventura hotter than other resorts located at the same latitude, and can (albeit rarely) bring red sand from the desert.
La Lajita Oasis Park is a zoo and a theme park rolled in one; perfect for children. Spanning across more than 800.000 m2, Oasis Park features more than 6,800 species of different plants and hundreds of animals from all over the world. Visitors explore the park by walking through a perfectly landscaped orchard, from which they can spot exotic reptiles, birds of paradise, racoons, lemurs, kangaroos, mongoose, kangaroos, bears and more.
Located at the bottom end of the island, “Faro de Jandia” is a scenic lighthouse that attracts tourists and locals alike with its rustic, simple beauty. This lighthouse used to be extremely important for sailors of old and now locals pay tribute to it for the countless lives it has saved by keeping it in its original form for everyone to enjoy.
Every April, the Fuerteventura Island International Challenge Triathlon is held in Corralejo. This tough race attracts numerous observers who flock to see tough athletes compete in a hard course that includes a 1,900m swim, 9 km bike ride and 21km run.
From 18th to 21st of April, the island hosts the Agricultural Show Faeaga at the Pozo Negro Showground. The Feaga attracts producers from all across the Canaries and is accompanied by a fair and lots of celebrations. The activities at the show include horse races, animal beauty contests, funfair games and more.
Temple Bar & Restaurant in Corralejo is a casual eatery that serves international dishes and is famous for its warm hospitality. The food is unpretentiously delicious and the restaurant is more than welcoming to children. Prices are decent and the portions are generous.
The La Taberna restaurant serves fine local cuisine dishes with an authentic Hispanic touch. The staff are exceptionally friendly and the food gives visitors a clear taste of the island’s culinary traditions without unnecessary fancy frills. This is good, hearty Spanish food at its best.
Rock Island Live Music Bar (RiB) is the longest running live music venue in Corralejo. The RiB always plays unplugged style music with no backing tracks and fillers. The bar plays mostly chill-out rock and as well as superb live music, the RiB also stands out for its great beers, excellent wines and delicious cocktails.
Catering to young audiences and serving some of the finest Belgian beers on the island, Caspers Lounge Bar is a nightlife hotspot. The bar serves more than 60 different cocktails, 40+ Belgian beers and specialises in amazing Mojitos.
The coast of Corralejo is one of the busiest beaches in Fuerteventura and for a good reason. The scenery is stunning and the views are breathtaking. The beach has fine white sand and is pristine clean. It used to be a starting point for local fishermen, and tourists can still catch a glimpse of a traditional fishing boat passing by, especially if you hit the beach early.
Corralejo Viejo is a small beach catering to those seeking a quieter beach experience in Corralejo. Just 195 metres long and 25 metres wide, Corralejo Viejo is a popular spot for naturists. This beach has gentle surf but is not suitable for children as it doesn’t have a lifeguard or rescue facilities.
Barceló Castillo Beach Resort is a spectacular all-inclusive hotel ideal for families with children. Inside the hotel’s grounds you can find the hotel’s famous infinity pool, a large gorgeous pool that is a hit with young and old alike. The hotel adhered to the strict quality standards of the Barceló hotels chain.
Situated on a central location, Hotel Castillo San Jorge and Antigua is a beautiful hotel built to resemble a traditional Hispanic castle that will delight children. The hotel allows easy access to the beach and also features a child-friendly pool.
One of the best and most distinguished hotels on the whole island, Riu Calypso offers top class amenities, including a spa centre, a spectacular beachfront setting and an elegant, high-end restaurant. The prices may not be the lowest but the Riu Calypso offers great value for money.
Castillo Playa offers family friendly, fully furnished apartments that are ideal for self-catering holidays. The communal areas include numerous spacious pools and a mini water park with numerous games for children to play with.
Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahia Real is one of the islands most celebrated and award-winning hotels. While not the most budget choice, Atlantis Bahia Real is a 5-star palace that does offer competitive prices compared to similar hotels in the island, especially for the hotels large family rooms.