Eating out in Fuerteventura
A trip to Fuerteventura wouldn’t be complete without visiting Puerto del Rosario. The capital of the island brings a bit of urbanity to a holiday in this Canarian paradise.
Some of La Oliva’s main tourist attractions include the Dunas de Corralejo Natural Park, the Tindaya Mountain and the beaches of El Cotillo.
World-renowned Majorero cheese made from goat’s milk dates back to the pre-Hispanic era and has Protected Designation of Origin (PDO). Be sure to try it.
Fuerteventura has excellent restaurants scattered all over the island. We recommend the best so that you can enjoy the island’s very essence.
Goat meat, gofio, papas arrugadas… Fuerteventura’s cuisine is a treat for the senses. Enjoy its intense flavours and its local character.
The incredible beaches and landscapes of Fuerteventura are a fantastic backdrop to a romantic break. Here are some of the best plans for couples.