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Antigua, the town of the windmills
If you are dreaming of spending time in a region known for its pristine, sandy beaches, sheltered coves, turquoise waters, rock pools and plenty of places to try delicious food, then it is time to book affordable holiday lettings in Antigua through Holidu. It is easy to find a fantastic apartment in Fuerteventura in the Antigua area. This municipality is nested in the central part of this vibrant corner of the Canary Islands. It is a lovely town that welcomes visitors from across the globe each year. With its position next to fabulous beaches, it is the go-to spot for kitesurfers, surfers, island lovers and beach enthusiasts. You will find a relaxed atmosphere, plenty of unique, independent shops and ample opportunity to discover the region's history. This includes its historic windmills which are an iconic symbol of Antigua and its surrounding areas. You can learn more about this artistic heritage that is reflected in windmills and buildings. They make a striking impact on the overall landscape that you will encounter. You are sure to feel like you have stepped into the past when you view these heritage points of interest. The good news is the fact that these are just a few of the reasons to book your holiday getaway today by browsing for your best stay on Holidu.
Explore Fuerteventura, a biosphere reserve
When you find the perfect holiday letting in Antigua, you allow yourself to get some well-deserved time away from your daily routine in a sun-soaked paradise. Fuerteventura's Biosphere Reserved is the second largest in the Canary Islands and the oldest area with such a designation. Its western coastline stretches across some 100 kilometres that are maintained in a pristine state. This iconic volcanic island's landscapes are sure to mesmerise you and leave you with lifelong memories. While you are enjoying your holiday in Antigua, you should take the time to eat lunch by the beach while sampling the local cuisine of the Canary Islands such as fresh Atlantic Ocean fish and seafood. At Holidu, we make it easy for you to arrange your dream getaway to this vibrant area of the island of Fuerteventura. We also have an excellent selection of properties in nearby areas that you can browse. This includes holiday rentals in Castillo Caleta de Fuste. If you want to stay further north off of the FV-1 in Corralejo holiday lettings, we have plenty of properties for you to view online.
As you can see by viewing our current offers, we have a whole range of holiday rentals and lettings in Antigua that are equipped with:
- Pets allowed
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Beach holidays on the Lucky Islands
The Canary Islands are an iconic region located off of the west coast of North Africa and have the nickname of "The Lucky Islands". They are known for their pristine beaches, a temperate climate all year long, world-class Mediterranean food and a dramatic coastline. These are just a few reasons to book your affordable holiday lettings in Antigua to rent. The island of Fuerteventura is the second largest in the chain and is positioned about 60 miles off of the northern coast of Africa. It is popular with water sports enthusiasts who enjoy surfing, windsurfing and waterskiing. Antigua itself is also a lovely town to visit. It is renowned for its unique cactus garden as well as the Antigua Windmill. Other highlights around town include the whitewashed walls of the Nuestra Señora de Antigua Church and the Museo del Queso Majorero. For those who love nature, a trip to Betancuria Rural Park is recommended. It offers plenty of walking trails for those who want to explore the region's flora and fauna. The appeal of Antigua also regularly brings in visitors staying in nearby Caleta de Fuste holiday villas as well as tourists who have booked properties further away up the FV-10 such as holiday lettings in El Cotillo.
Around Antigua and Fuerteventura
Choosing holiday rentals in Antigua with a sea view is a great way to get some rest while spending plenty of time in the sun. During your visit, you will have the chance to explore charming villages that include Puerto de la Cruz, Betancuria, Lajares, Puertito de los Molinos and La Oliva. You can also journey to the famed Dunes of Corralejo. You will meet plenty of friendly locals and have the opportunity to sample delicious local dishes at the area's many excellent eateries. They are the largest set of sand dunes that can be found in the Canary Islands. This small-scale desert covers around 2,600 hectares with a length of 10 kilometres. It is known both for its white sand beaches and its clear, turquoise waters.
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Activities for everyone when you book affordable holiday lettings in Antigua
Antigua for beach lovers
Sun-seekers love booking holiday rentals and lettings in Antigua on the beach because of the region's white and golden stretches of sand with pristine, turquoise waters. There are plenty of places to make lasting memories during your stay in this beautiful region of the Canary Islands. You can breathe in the sea air, feel the warmth of the sun and take a refreshing dip in the ocean to cool down and beat the heat. You will find beaches that are backed by soft mountains. This adds to the aesthetic appeal of Fuerteventura holidays spent in Antigua properties or in nearby holiday lettings in Caleta de Fustet. The great thing about this region is the fact that you will find amazing beaches across the whole island. There are plenty of enclaves where time seems to stand still. These spots are waiting for you to lay down your towel, pick up a good book and simply breathe easy while you relax in full holiday mode. The Sotavento Coast is highly recommended as it is home to a shallow lagoon that was formed when it got surrounded by a sand bar. It is now an ideal spot for those who are new to the windsurfing activity. Commonly known as Saladar de Jandía and La Solana, Matorral Beach is one of the island's most touristy but it is protected by a fence. Access is available via designated footpaths that help to protect the natural area. During your stay, you can visit the wildest, largest and least developed area beach known as Cofete. You will find a rough ocean that is bordered by about 11 kilometres of golden sand. Costa Calma, the beaches of Corralejo and Caleta de Fuste are all popular hotspots for tourists.
Antigua for watersport lovers
The pristine waters and excellent ocean conditions of Fuerteventura's coast make the island a true haven for surfers and kitesurfers. It is commonly referred to as the "Hawaii of Europe" given its excellent climate and ideal surfing spots. The island enjoys around 3,000 hours of sun every year with an average daily temperature that comes in at 28°C during the summer months and 22°C in the winter. The primary surf town in the region is Corralejo which is located in the northern part of the island. If you are an experienced surfer, the best time to visit is from October to May. From June to August, the swell is not as strong as it is during the rest of the year. The best beaches for beginners include El Cotillo, Playa Blanca and Playa Morro which is commonly called Drop Beach. For intermediate-level surfers, top recommendations include Shark Bay, Las Caletas and Punta Elena. If you are an adventurous, experienced surfer, you will love what you find at El Hierro and Lobos. It is important to note that these surfing spots are not for the faint-hearted.
Did you know the native inhabitants of the island are called Majoreros?
Top 5 travel tips in Antigua
Find the perfect holiday letting in Antigua and discover the region's best attractions
1. Visit Castillo de Fuste
The Castillo de Fuste is a castle that is located on the Caleta de Fuste. Its defensive tower dates to the 18th century. The fortification was built to defend the port of La Caleta. Its two-story, circular structure is constructed from volcanic rock and features a dome that is supported by a central pillar. It is accessed by way of a stone staircase. In the nearby area, you will find a range of restaurants where you can grab a bite to eat. You can also engage in many fun-filled activities and leisure opportunities.
2. Visit the windmills
There are three iconic windmills in Antigua that are open to the public. They produce traditional corn and wheat flour known as gofio. During your visit, you can have a look at the nearby museum or take a walk around the cactus garden. You will also find local shops where you can pick up some craft items and souvenirs. Opening hours for the Windmill at the Cactus Garden are 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day of the week.
3. Taste Antigua
Another can't-miss Canary Islands tourism experience you simply must have is trying the local cuisine. The island's flavours are based on the traditional flour that is used to make gofio mousse and gofio escaldado. You also want to sample the wrinkle potatoes that are served with a mouth-watering red and green mojo sauce. Once you taste these delightful bites, won't be able to stop. Fresh fish, fried cheese, goat's meat, limpets and papaya are also popular ingredients in dishes that are common in the region. Majorero cheese is a Fuerteventura delicacy that is made using milk from locally raised goats. It has held the status of Protected Designation of Origin since 1996.
4. Go to the Church of Our Lady
Located in the centre of Antigua, the Church of Our Lady is a whitewashed structure that is one of the most prestigious in the town. It dates to the 16th century and is one of the area's most visited tourist attractions. You will discover a church with a rectangular floor plan as well as one nave. The main entrance to the building is a modest facade that has a rounded archway. The sculpture of Our Lady of Antigua sits at the church's altar and is flanked by images of St Joseph and St John the Baptist.
5. The Salt Museum of Antigua
One of the most important ingredients used in cooking around the world is produced in Antigua. Though the region is famed for its culinary culture and its unique cheese, salt production has played a key role in its history. You can learn about it when you visit the Salt Museum of Salinas del Carmen. These are the island's only currently operational saltworks. You will discover fascinating facts about the traditional methods for making salt and can also check out the remains of an old jetty. There is also a shop where you can grab some souvenirs. Purchase some salt to take back home with you and bring a little taste of Fuerteventura with you. The museum is open to the public daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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