Baku Park is most commonly referred to as a water park, but, if truth be told, this venue is much more than a water park. Indeed, there are plenty of slides and pools and the like, but this complex of leisure opportunities also comprises a mini golf area and a haunted house, for instance. The presence of several shops and restaurants goes without saying, since such venues are implied by the definition of a modern fun park.
The excitement of visiting Baku Park is furthermore enhanced by the hosting of the so-called Mercadillo de Corralejo, twice a week (Mondays and Fridays), in the immediate proximity of Baku Park, a market of no little importance for the shopping picture of Corralejo. The bottom line is Baku Park is an ideal place where tourists can spend high quality time in the company of their families and friends, experiencing at the same time, the ebullient magic of Fuerteventura.
Opening hours: May the 17th to June the 20th, and September the 20th to November the 30th, daily (except Wednesdays and Thursdays), 10am to 5pm; June the 21st to September the 19th, daily, 10am to 6pm.
Fuerteventura is bordered by 200 km of beaches. La Oliva and Pajara beaches are highly frequented by nudists, but there are also plenty of family beaches.
Fuerteventura features excellent conditions for surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing. The number of sports centers enabling these activities proves it.
A further religious edifice in Fuerteventura refers to the Church of Nuestra Senora de La Candelaria. It is located in La Oliva and has historic relevance.