Riu Palace Tres Islas
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This elegant hotel gets great views across the Atlantic. It's on the edge of a wide sandy beach, within nodding distance of Fuerteventura's famous sand dunes. It also has two ... Continue reading
This elegant hotel gets great views across the Atlantic. It’s on the edge of a wide sandy beach, within nodding distance of Fuerteventura’s famous sand dunes. It also has two pristine sea-view pools. At dinner time, you can take your pick between the upscale buffet or the gourmet à la carte restaurant. There’s a stylish spa, too, plus live evening entertainment, from piano music to cabaret.
There are 4 artificial grass tennis courts* here, and there’s table tennis, too.
There are four floodlit tennis courts to use.
The adults-only spa comes with a sauna and a whirlpool bath, as well as a long menu of treatments*, from manicures and pedicures to full body wraps. There’s a well-equipped gym, too, with panoramic ocean views.
Opening Times: [08.00-20.00]
Well-equipped gym with panoramic sea views, 2 running machines, 2 exercise bikes, 1 rowing machine, 1 stepper and 1 multi-gym.
Opening Times: [08.00-20.00]
With a variety of treatments, the spa has massages, manicures, pedicures, waxing and body treatments plus basic hairdressing available.
The 2 pools sit side-by-side, with uninterrupted views across the ocean. A shaded bar with waiter service and freshly-made tapas adds to the relaxed vibe. Children, meanwhile, get their own paddling pool.
A shallow circle shaped pool, it's heated in winter and has sunbeds with parasols on the sun terrace.
There are sunbeds with parasols, and towels are complimentary. With lush tropical plants on the sun terrace and views of the beach.
It's slightly heated in the winter.
Food and Drink
The restaurant serves lavish buffet dinners, with grilled meats, salads, pasta and local specialities. And you can have your meat or fish cooked just the way you like it at the show-cooking station.
The buffet restaurant serves up breakfast and dinner with show cooking.
A la carte Krystal restaurant
There's a dress code here, gentlemen are asked to wear a long sleeved shirts and trousers for dinner.
Christmas gala meals
New Year gala meals
To make booking a holiday at Riu Palace Tres Islas in Corralejo easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Riu Palace Tres Islas with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.
Once just a tiny fishing village on the north coast of Fuerteventura, Corralejo's harbour now receives ferries full of day-trippers from Playa Blanca in Lanzarote every day and the town plays host to hundreds of holidaymakers who are drawn to spend a sunny, sandy holiday in the island's tourist magnet. Although tourism is booming and development is keeping pace, the little port still retains its charm. Just outside the town is a protected nature reserve festooned with miles of sand dunes. The surrounding beaches are more than inviting and visitors to this Spanish resort town are spoilt for choice with beaches such as the sheltered Playa la Clavellina just near the harbour, or Playa del Medano which joins to Playa de Viejo. Playa del Pozo is also located just outside of Corralejo and is popular with nudists.
Among the activities to keep holidaymakers busy in Corralejo are a variety of watersports, tennis, glass-bottom boat trips, ferry trips to Lanzarote, jeep safaris, island tours, mountain biking and motorcycle tours. The Baku Waterpark and Golf complex is centrally located.
While in Corralejo, recommended eateries for holidaymakers are El Bribon, The Point Restaurant, El Pescador or the Taverna Los Piratas Bar Tapas. The waterfront promenade boasts numerous restaurants and cafes, most in converted historic houses. Corralejo's restaurants offer a wide choice, from good old English fish and chips to Mexican tacos or Indian curry. There is even a smattering of eateries serving up Canarian cuisine and fresh seafood.
Most of the bars and restaurants in Corralejo are on the main street, Calle General Franco. There is a variety of bars and clubs, with everything from sports bars and karaoke to dance clubs and live music. The high street and town square have a number of quieter restaurants and lounges. The clubs close around 1am, and the bars stay open later. Grab a copy of the free Fuerteventura Grapevine magazine for event listings and a nightlife guide.
The main street, Calle General Franco, is flanked with shops selling everything from radios to surfboards, and suntan oil to luxury watches. There is a good craft market on Saturdays at the Caleta de Fuste.
Corralejo can be quite expensive and travellers on a budget should take this into account before booking a holiday. Families should be aware that the beach area around Playa de Pozo is popular with nudists.
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