Fuerteventura was considered as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 2009, and it's likely that the 326 kilometres of its Atlantic coastline are very much to blame for this; and with good reason, that's for sure. What we do know for certain is that the island has always been a paradise for surfers who come from all over the world to practice their favourite sport, as well as the different variants that glorify it. There is a good reason why people have always said that the east coast is a perfect area for beginners. As for the island's north coast (by the outskirts of Corralejo), this area has the best right-hander waves in the whole of the Atlantic; so much so, that many sportspeople travel as far as here in search of the waves that break in front of Lobos Island, whereas the southside presents different beaches according to the changes of wind on which you can practice all kinds of board sports like kite surfing and windsurfing.
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