Located just a short walk from the beach, O’Connor’s offers a range of beers and a simple menu which includes favourites like a full Irish breakfast, burger and chips and fish and chips. If you’re looking for value on your break to Fuerteventura, then get along to O’Connor’s, where the food and drink is well priced, and the craic is mighty!
Fuerteventura’s oldest Irish pub, Rosies, as it’s known to the locals, has been open for business since 1995, and is located in the Corralejo region of the island. Regular music, home-cooked food, and a mix of familiar Irish and popular Spanish drinks have made Rosie O’Grady’s a firm favourite with many holidaymakers on Fuerteventura. The pub is particularly popular with families. A charming little boozer.
Stoners is a popular and welcoming sports bar in the Costa de Antigua in Fuerteventura. While it may not look like a traditional Irish bar, Stoners has managed to create an atmosphere that is similar to bars and clubs up and down Ireland. With regular open mic nights and a good selection of food and drink, if you want a night that is filled with laughter and plenty of craic, then head on down to Stoners.
McCarthy’s is a popular Irish pub in the Corralejo area of Fuerteventura, with the bar offering a good selection of Irish beers and local cocktails. For live music and coverage of all the latest big sporting events, McCarthy’s is just the ticket. The bar has live traditional music sessions every night and is particularly buzzing through the summer months.
Founded in 2004, Finnigan’s is a popular bar with Irish and British holidaymakers seeking the sun and party atmosphere of Fuerteventura. For families, Finnigan’s food menu has plenty of variety, while the regular music sessions, and the friendly Dave and Mick behind the bar, have helped make Finnigan’s a favourite with many.