Fuerteventura Kitesurf - Surf - Sup Island

Watersport conditions & weather

In Corralejo, Fuerteventura (Canary Islands)

ic summer
Summer 8 months: March - October Strong Wind / Small Waves

26ºC Average

18 Shape knots

Group Small-medium

ic summer
Spring 4 months: November - February Big Waves / Less Wind

22ºC Average

14 Shape knots

Group Hight quality


  • “Great school for surfing and kite surfing”
    I have done a lot of surfing and all the classes I did at Red Shark. Great people, they know what they are doing. Besides kite surfing they offer SUP and many other things and everything is great. alfa_x99 - Hilversum, Netherlands

  • “Nice service and professional instructor”
    I totally recommend them. The instructor was very professional. We really enjoyed the class, the equipments were very good. The lesson itself was very beneficial to our Level and we were very satisfied. You pay a deposit and then you pay the rest after the class. They are honest and they tell you when the conditions suits you. They are very friendly as well. MohamedaboudUK - UK

  • “Loved it!”
    Absolutely loved the whole experience! Wonderful people, instructors and captain. So much fun on the boat every day. My best kite surfing experience so far. Already planning to come back in few months! will be back! :-) Lots of love from London. Andrea O - London, UK

Redshark Fuerteventura Testimonials - Enjoy Surf!

Casa Norte,

Camp Accomodation

Our Surf Camp Casa Norte is the perfect place to rest and chill after a day full of Kitesurf, Surf and water action.

Comfortable accommodation very close to the best kitesurf, surf and SUP surf spots of the Island.

Casa Norte also offers daily Yoga & Fitness Classes in the home own Fitness Center.

ic summer Villaverde

  • 10 km from Corralejo / East Coast (Grandes Playas)
  • 20 km from El Cotillo / West Coast (El Cotillo)
  • 8 km from Northshore


Casa Norte Fuerteventura Redshark
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Where could we go surfing today??

How many time we heard this question at Redshark! First of all we would like to advise you not to overestimate your surfing skills, you might have been surfing in the Mediterranean Sea or in Caribbean/Indonesian beaches, here the matter gets more complicated:  Atlantic Ocean is though When I started surfing, a good friend told