Why live and work remotely on Fuerteventura?
Fuerteventura's surroundings, unique in Spain, are the perfect setting for unrepeatable moments.
Fuerteventura is one of the eight islands of the Canary archipelago, located in the Atlantic Ocean and 97 km from the African continent. It has 1 659 km₂ of territory, the second largest island after Tenerife.
This island is the flattest of the Canary Islands and begins at the islet of Alegranza (Lanzarote) and ends at Punta de Jandía.
Gastronomy, culture & leisure
Savouring the gastronomy of Fuerteventura is one of the pleasures you can enjoy in Fuerteventura. Its food is based on Canarian traditions and climatic conditions. The essence of the typical food of Fuerteventura is linked to its first inhabitants, the aboriginal Canary Islanders, who, although they used to cook a basic and natural cuisine, over time it has gained its own nuances, making it a unique gastronomy.
Fish, wrinkled potatoes, goat and pork meat and Majorero cheese are the most typical dishes of the island. Will you be able to resist this pleasurable gastronomic experience?
In Fuerteventura you can experience two different climates, one reminiscent of the climate of arid and desert places, and a dry subtropical atmosphere. Nevertheless, throughout the year, the temperature is usually between 20 °C and 21 °C.
Fuerteventura is one of the driest islands with less rainfall during the year, hence its desert landscape, with dunes and volcanic landscapes, but the wind is one of the main protagonists day after day on the island, which makes it one of the most visited and experienced places for surfing and windsurfing enthusiasts.
Its arid, desert-like landscape means that vegetation is not very abundant. The most abundant plants and trees are palm trees, lichens, verode, cactus and tabaibas, among others.
As for the fauna, birds are the main protagonists of this island, as it has many species. The kestrel, the guirre, the Canarian houbara bustard and the shearwater are just some of them. If you are a bird lover, this is the place for you!
Accessibility, sustainability and quality of life
Its long and accessible roads allow us to easily reach any corner of the island, as well as the wildest and most crystalline beaches in the area.
It is the most sustainable island of the Canary Islands and, although tourism is the most important sector in the area, all the objectives go to the same place: to take care of its landscapes, fauna, and vegetation through efficient systems that create the least impact on the environment.
Undoubtedly, living in Fuerteventura is synonymous with quality of life, as you will be able to enjoy contact with nature day after day, a life full of tranquillity and comfort, an enviable climate and an island where you can enjoy all kinds of activities and hobbies.
Working is not the only activity that will fill your agenda. If you love surfing, hiking, or culture and art, and you love to enjoy a good meal on a terrace, watching the sea, in Fuerteventura you can do all kinds of activities on weekdays and weekends.