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Welcome to rentFuerte.com, the one-stop rental e-shop for all of your vacation needs while you are visiting the beautiful Fuerteventura in Canary Islands.
Rental e-shop rentFuerte.com will provide all the items you need to make your dream vacation become a reality. We have a wide range of baby equipment, beach equipment, convenient items, sport equipment and games.
The idea of creating that kind of rental company born from the personal experience. Two years ago together with the family we spend 7 days in Fuerteventura. Unfortunately, the apartment we lived in was without kitchen equipment - it was no hob, microwave, kettle, plates or cutlery. We couldn’t make any warm food or drink. We were forced to spend lot of money in a local restaurant. After some time we found kettle and cups in other town to buy (we couldn’t live without a morning coffee). Before the flight we left everything in that apartment, because we didn’t have enough space in our backpacks…
It is not worth to spoil your holidays because you need some basic stuff during them. It is better to rent it on reasonable price, instead of buying things you will not need after your holidays.
Some information about Fuerteventura:
Fuerteventura lies just 100 km from the African coast and has year-round sunshine (more than 3000 hours of sunshine a year) and the biggest and best beaches in the Canary Islands (more than one hundred and fifty beaches). It is outstanding for its magnificent white sand beaches and for the bright sun that shines all year round.
Corralejo, the most popular town on the island, balances old and new. You’ll find traditional tapas bars in the old town and karaoke bars in the resort center. Further down the coast, Costa Caleta is a family favorite, with water sports and international restaurants easy to come by. The Jandia peninsula in the south, meanwhile, teams up national park-protected beaches with duty-free shopping complexes and a clutch of cocktail bars.
Fuerteventura was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2009.