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You don’t get much closer to paradise than Fuerteventura. Its volcanic landscape is a stunning ombre of silky white sands and sun-burnt mountains.

The second largest of the Canary Islands behind Tenerife, you'll find it top of many people's 'book it' lists - and with very good reason.

In addition to its 150km of white sand beaches and turquoise waters, the island is popular among those who love their outdoor sports and water activities. The ideal conditions mean visitors flock here from across the globe for surfing, diving and snorkeling, along with pursuits such as golf and hiking.

Declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, Fuerteventura has natural beauty quite unlike anything else you'll see. With idyllic resorts, year round sunshine and glittering Atlantic blues, this island offers a true taste of bliss.