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Fuerteventura
Tuesday, November 19, 2019

PÁJARA

Pájara, the southernmost and biggest municipality of Fuerteventura, boasts a wild and virgin nature that very few places in the world still have, but...

Tababaire, where the treasure flows

Tit isn’t a secret the fact that water has always been a scarce resource in Fuerteventura, but it’s hard to imagine up to which...

Casa Mané Art Centre in La Oliva

Casa Mané is much more than an art centre. It’s an enriching cultural offer, located in a historic place, offering a relaxing environment with...

Cofete Beach, the wildest beach in The Canary Islands

Playa de Cofete | Macaronesia Fuerteventura
In the south of Fuerteventura, in the western coast, in the middle of the Natural park of Jandía, we find one of the wildest...

El Tostón: El Cotillo’s defence

Qué ver en El Cotillo: La Torre de El Tostón
Raised three centuries ago to defend El Cotillo’s dock from pirate raids, the majestic tower of El Tostón is nowadays a clear witness of...

Casa de La Cilla: The Grain Museum

La Casa de La Cilla | Macaronesia Fuerteventura
La Casa de la Cilla is a building located in the village of La Oliva. «Cillas» were old barns that stored the grain belonging...

Tindaya, the witches’s mountain

Tindaya | Macaronesia Fuerteventura
Hundreds of footprints have been engraved on the rocks of Fuerteventura. The mountain of Tindaya is its key reference. It is an enigmatic archaeological...

The ecomuseum La Alcogida, a model of sustainability

Qué ver en Fuerteventura: Ecomuseo La Alcogida | Macaronesia
La Alcogida is located on a large plain in the South of Tefía (Northwest of Fuerteventura). In the whole, this village is a sample...