Fuerteventura is the Canary Islands' capital of water sports.

The second largest island of the Spanish archipelago offers 205 miles (330 kilometers) of coastline, and a broad range of swell and wind conditions for surfers, bodyboarders, windsurfers, and kiteboarders.

With its arid inland landscapes and sandy beaches, Fuerteventura is an Atlantic wave riding gem that can be appreciated all year round.

Jacek Banach flew his drone over Fuerteventura and captured beautiful surfing images of local and international riders having fun in multiple breaks.

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