Playa Hoplaco is one of the beaches of Corralejo, the most popular holiday destination in the north of Fuerteventura. The small beach with white holiday homes and palm trees in the background is especially popular with families. There is a fine, sandy beach at high tide, but at low tide the water goes out by a good 50 metres and the way to the water is covered with many small rocks and pebbles. This makes appropriate footwear advisable, particularly for children.
Playa Hoplaco - Small, popular bay especially with familiesPlaya Hoplaco is one of the city beaches of Corralejo, which is a popular holiday destination in the north of Fuerteventura. The beach is situated at the southern end of the promenade and is surrounded by hotels and holiday accommodation. The light sandy beach looks good and is comfortable to lie on and from there the fabulous view over the wide sea can be enjoyed. The mainly smallish, surrounding buildings have been tastefully constructed and the palm trees in the background complete the picturesque scenery. Hoplaco is a small beach which is especially popular with families. There are sun-loungers and sun-umbrellas for hire. A good selection of restaurants and bars can also be found along the promenade, which can be reached easily by foot in a few minutes.
A special characteristic of Playa Hoplaco is that the scenery changes dramatically with the tides. At high tide this is a normal sandy beach, but low tide reveals numerous little rocks and pebbles, meaning that access to the water is unfortunately only possible by walking some distance over these.