TopCar has an office at the airport of Fuerteventura, located five kilometers from the capital of the island, Puerto del Rosario, and within its municipal boundaries. Access to the airport is via the FV-1, by a fork which is accessed by a roundabout located at the airport boundary.
Our TopCar office at the airport in Fuerteventura is located in the arrivals hall, located on the beach floor.
Fuerteventura, with 1658 km ² and 98 km. from north to south, is the flattest and largest of the Canary Islands and the second largest after Tenerife. It is an island with vast plains and its landscape is characterized by a rocky landscape near-desert and arid. The island enjoys a perfect climate with average monthly temperatures ranging between 17 º in January and 25 º in August, making it an ideal destination for your vacation.
Fuerteventura is divided into six municipalities: Antigua, Betancuria, La Oliva, Pájara, Puerto del Rosario and Tuineje. The islet of Lobos, 5 km ², is incorporated in La Oliva. In his tour of the island, visitors can admire such beautiful natural areas and unique as the Parque Natural de las Dunas de Corralejo and Lobos Island, with stunning and evocative landscapes and beautiful golden sandy beaches with clear waters of stunning blues and turquoise; Tindaya Mountain, one of the most characteristic geomorphologic points of the island, known as the "Holy Mountain" by the discovery of Aboriginal remains important, El Cotillo, noted for its ineffable taste of the sea and the impressive Torre del Toston the XVIII century, or Las Salinas, unrivaled example of folk wisdom that produce sea salt from the tides. However, the highlight of the island of Fuerteventura is the beaches over 50 km of stunning white and golden sands, to which are added the perfect conditions of temperature, transparency and depth of its sea. Jandia has virtually untouched beaches that invite you to discover its hidden places and lost in the sand and sun. To access them, you need a 4x4 as there is only a dirt road. Between Costa Calma and Morro Jable, lie the best beaches on the island, although it is worth exploring the beautiful coves away from the tourist zone.
The island has developed infrastructure such as golf courses, a zoo, water parks, and areas of surfing, windsurfing or kite surfing.
In our local information of interest section, you will find a detailed list of useful local links.