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What to visit in Morro Jable?

Morro Jable

The town of Morro Jable, in the south of Fuerteventura, has become one of the most important tourist landmarks on the island. The main reason is its extensive beaches of fine sand and transparent waters. The beautiful natural landscapes that surround this enclave also contribute to thousands of tourists choosing Morrojable as their vacation destination. […]

Historical representations in Fuerteventura – The Battle of Tamasite

Tamasite

Historical representations are highly valued activities by tourists and locals  These events are not intended to be a true reflection of our past, . In addition, the town that hosts an event of this nature usually chooses the episode in which it wins.  Historical representations are made rather as a way of bringing history closer, […]

What to see in the municipality of Pájara?

Iglesia de Pájara

If Fuerteventura boasts of something, it is its beaches. Some of the most impressive beaches on the entire island are located in the south, and they are among the most beautiful in Europe. This fact is confirmed by the myriad of images that flood social networks, blogs and specialized travel websites. But not everything on […]

Festivities of the Virgen del Carmen

Virgen del Carmen

Fuerteventura’s festivals are set according to different calendars, such as agricultural, religious and pagan celebrations. The agricultural calendar sets the festivals with the end of the harvest or the beginning of good weather. The religious calendar is determined by the Catholic Church, highlighting Christmas, Easter, Corpus Christi, etc. Added to this calendar is the festivity […]

What to visit in Villaverde?

Villaverde

Villaverde, halfway between the historic town of La Oliva and the cosmopolitan Corralejo, has become the perfect place for those seeking the tranquility of a rural setting. This town in the interior of the municipality of La Oliva is close enough to the nightlife but far enough away so that your moments of relaxation are […]

What to visit in Corralejo?

Corralejo

What to visit in Corralejo?  Fuerteventura has all the necessary elements to make the visitor fall in love: extensive sandbanks, endless beaches and a crystal clear sea that are responsible for having earned the popularity of being an exceptional enclave, ideal for those seeking tranquility. A privileged climate does the rest.  The north of Fuerteventura […]

Malpaís Grande Protected Area

Malpais Grande

Thousands of people travel to Fuerteventura every year to discover the unique Majorero landscapes. Our island is a geological wonder. Not in vain is it considered by the International Geological Union as one of the places of greatest geological interest in the world.  Fuerteventura has 13 protected natural spaces. A large part of them are […]

Fuerteventura fortifications

TORRE DEL TOSTÓN - EL COTILLO - FUERTEVENTURA

Fuerteventura has certain natural characteristics that have allowed for centuries, both invasions by sea and attacks by corsairs and pirates.  Among these singularities we could name:  It’s a very long island. From end to end it measures almost 100 km. It is the longest island in the entire Canary archipelago, which complicates the defense of […]

What to visit in La Oliva?

La Oliva

The town of La Oliva, north of Fuerteventura, is the head of its municipality  As this part of the island is flat, fertile and has good pastures, it has favored human settlement since pre-Hispanic times.  In the 16th century it began to be populated by new settlers. Here a fundamentally agrarian society was established, dedicated […]

The lime kilns of Fuerteventura

Hornos de cal de El Charco 001

The lime kilns are one of the heritage elements with the greatest ethnographic value on the island. We find examples throughout the territory  These lime kilns are testimony to a flourishing past. The production of lime, the best in the Canary Islands, was one of the most important economic engines on the island for a […]