Fuerteventura is not famous for its party lifestyle, but there is a range of options if you don't feel like going to bed when the sun goes down. If you are a night owl, your destination of choice on Fuerteventura should be Corralejo, the focus of nightlife on the island. The other resorts do offer a decent range of bars and clubs, but these can get pretty quiet, particularly in low season.
Nightlife in Corralejo revolves around the Centro Comercial Atlantico on the main strip (Avenida del General Franco). With disco bars upstairs and everything from British pubs and live music venues occupying much of the strip, as well as the bright-yellow shopping centre on the corner of Calle Anguila, finding entertainment in Corralejo is not difficult. For a more laid-back atmosphere, the pedestrianised area at the northern end of the main Avenida offers several open-air bars and restaurants and a number of small bars where you can listen to Latin and Spanish music.
Caleta de Fuste
For nightlife in Caleta de Fuste , most people head to the commercial centres clustered around the main avenida. Piero's in Centro Comercial El Castillo is popular for karaoke and shows including Blues Brothers, Rat Pack, and Michael Bublé tribute acts. One of the best places in the resort for a special meal is the seafood restaurant, Frasquita, with views of the beach. There is no menu, wine list, or indication of prices, but don't let that put you off: The value and quality are superb. The 5-star Hotel Elba Palace also has the excellent restaurant St. Andrews.
The predominantly German resort of Morro Jable is fairly low-key when it comes to partying but it does offer two main entertainment centres. The first is upstairs in the Centro Comercial de Jandia (on the main strip), which is home to a cluster of small bars and disco bars. The other location for night-time fun is the Plazoleta de Cirilo Lopez, the site of several cocktail bars and a pub that plays live music. Most of Morro Jable's nightlife centres on the pubs around the Cosmo Centre. If your idea of entertainment is a great meal, then you won't be disappointed by Morro Jable. The area around the old harbour is teeming with traditional restaurants where you can feast on locally-sourced seafood. One of the most popular is La Laja on Avenida Tomas Grau, where diners rave about the fish stew, sole fried with garlic, red snapper, and virtually everything else on the menu. Along the promenade, you'll find restaurants serving a variety of international cuisines, including Chinese, Italian, and Canarian.