The wind has done a lot for Fuerteventura. Icy wintry gusts in Britain and its European neighbours helped last year to drive many of the 2.3 million tourists towards the second largest of the seven main Canary Islands. Temperatures breezed into the seventies in January and February, while the ever-present winds on many of its 152 beaches attract a growing crowd of surfers, windsurfers, kite-surfers and water-skiers.
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