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Carnivals in Fuerteventura

Carnival is one of the most popular events in Fuerteventura. It takes place between the months of February and March. Costumes are a fundamental part of the island’s carnival. The participants dress in colorful costumes, dance and celebrate these days in an effusive way before the penance of Lent. What does Carnival mean and what […]

Recreational rod fishing in Fuerteventura

The waters that surround Fuerteventura are home to a very varied fauna and excellent gastronomic quality. The richness of the fish and shellfish that we find on our coastline has been, since the arrival of the first settlers, one of the main sources of food for the inhabitants of the island.  The idiosyncrasy of Fuerteventura […]

Seafood in Fuerteventura

Summer is coming, the hours of daylight are getting longer and more and more you want to go to the coast to spend a special day.  When the tide goes out on the rockiest beaches of Fuerteventura, puddles and rocks are exposed. That is the ideal time to shellfish. This practice dates back to the […]

Route to Playa Larga

Today we approach a route that you can do both by bike and on foot, and which runs through the hypnotizing landscape of the jables of the Jandía isthmus, in the south of Fuerteventura. The route connects Casas de Pecenescal with one of the most spectacular beaches on the windward coast: Playa Larga.  This enclave […]

Fuerteventura by bus

Fuerteventura is a very popular island. The more than 2 million tourists who arrive annually on the island corroborate this. If you are an active traveler and you like to get to know the unique landscapes of the island, the best option is to rent a car.  However, you may be wondering if it would […]

Route Tenicosquey – Valle de la Cueva

The Valley de la Cave is an arid place of great beauty. It is located in the center-east of Fuerteventura and belongs to the Natural Monument of the Cuchillos de Vigán.  Going through the Valle de la Cueva ravine from Tenicosquey is a beautiful experience of great interest for those who seek to know the […]

In the footsteps of Unamuno in Fuerteventura

D. Miguel de Unamuno was one of the most distinguished Spanish playwrights of the 20th century. His deep moral and ethical convictions led him to write, on more than one occasion, speeches against King Alfonso XIII, the dictator Primo de Rivera, General Millán Astray, and many others that restricted freedom of expression.  His furious attacks […]

Visit Roque del Moro

Fuerteventura has become a highly demanded tourist destination. However, there are still areas of wild beauty that characterize the island so much. One of these enclaves is Roque del Moro, located on the windward coast.  Roque del Moro  The Roque del Moro is an impressive monolith that rises vertically up to 50 meters high. It […]

Route: Los Molinos beach – Jarugo beach

Now that the good weather is here and the daylight hours are lengthening, it is a good time to discover the island by taking short walks  Today we want to highlight a route of just 4 kilometers, which treasures important ethnographic, cultural and historical particularities of the north of Fuerteventura. The trail connects the town […]