Things to see in Fuerteventura
El zoológico y jardín botánico más grande de Canarias ofrece una experiencia salvaje y divertida para niños y adultos. Disfruta de un día inolvidable.
A visit to this natural park straight out of the Sahara guarantees a day of relaxation surrounded by unspoilt beaches, astonishing sand dunes and excellent restaurants.
Sealed-off rooms, an uncertain history and an extraordinary location make Villa Winter the most enigmatic building in Fuerteventura.
Lajares is one of the least-known places in Fuerteventura. Find out about everything that can be done in this village surrounded by volcanoes.
The markets in Fuerteventura are sure to steal your heart, offering typical handcrafted products and a relaxed atmosphere. This is a plan that is impossible to turn down.
Constructed in the eighteenth century to defend against pirate attacks, the Castillo de Caleta de Fuste boasts a fascinating history that is truly worth learning about.
The viewpoints in Fuerteventura give travellers the chance to enjoy dozens of beautiful panoramas of the island.
Fuerteventura is one of the most popular beach holiday destinations, but it also has a wide range of towns and villages that are well worth visiting.
Located in La Oliva, this building is not only noteworthy for its historical importance but also because it is one of the most significant examples of the local style of architecture.
A museum charting the four months that Unamuno spent in exile in Fuerteventura in 1924, a love affair with the island that led to important texts.