PLACES OF INTEREST

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Tarajalejo

The fishing village of Tarajalejo nestles in a broad valley dotted with palm trees fringed by a long beach of fine black sand that is sheltered from the wind. It is a village steeped in seafaring tradition, with modern, comfortable tourist facilities and a spectacular beach bathed by sunshine and crystal-clear waters, perfect for those who seek peace and quiet.

Corralejo

The vibrant and modern town of Corralejo is located in the north of Fuerteventura. Overlooking the islands of Lanzarote and Lobos, Corralejo is known for its long, beautiful beaches, excellent sporting facilities and a vibrant atmosphere day and night.

Pájara

The municipality of Pájara, the largest on Fuerteventura, boasts a plethora of idyllic beaches, unique natural landscapes in protected nature reserves and charming villages. The small town of Pájara, the second oldest on the island – it was founded by Norman settlers at the end of the 15th century – is home to the Church of Nuestra Señora de Regla. Its agricultural heritage epitomises the island’s most traditional way of life and the essence of the local culture.

La Oliva

The municipality of La Oliva, in the north of the island, is home to unique spots such as the Isla de Lobos Nature Reserve, the Corralejo Dunes, the fishing village of El Cotillo and Tindaya mountain. Another highlight is the food, especially the traditional cuisine, served in some of its typical bars and restaurants.

Las Playitas

Las Playitas is located in the southeast of the island of Fuerteventura, in the municipality of Tuineje. A quintessential fishing village, it elegantly combines its seafaring origins with its new status as a quality tourist destination, making it an appealing alternative to the larger tourist resorts.

 

Betancuria

With its rich history and tradition, its narrow flower-lined streets, its laid-back, friendly atmosphere, the village of Betancuria, in the centre of the island of Fuerteventura, is a hidden gem on the island that captivates all those who visit

 

Puerto del Rosario

With roughly 40,000 inhabitants, Puerto del Rosario is the capital of Fuerteventura. Home to the island’s main infrastructures, it is the administrative, commercial, cultural and leisure centre of the island.

 

El Cotillo

This charming fishing village and tourist resort in the west of Fuerteventura stands out for its delightful maritime feel. It boasts magnificent beaches and beautiful lagoons with crystal-clear waters and white sand and offers spectacular sunsets over the Atlantic Ocean.

Montar a caballo por la costa

65€

Montar a caballo al aire libre en la naturaleza: 

Una gran experiencia vacacional en Fuerteventura. Actividad para jinete experimentado o que nunca antes haya montado a caballo. 

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