Monuments in Fuerteventura that you must see

In general, when we talk about Fuerteventura, quickly we imagine ourselves on holidays sunbathing at one of its spectacular beaches of fine sand and clear water, and staying in one of that luxurious villas available in the island. Without question, it is an ideal destination to enjoy some days off relaxing with nice weather at […]


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Majorero cheese, if you try it, you´ll be hooked.

If you´re a cheese lover, then you´re in luck. One of the best products of Fuerteventura is its goat’s cheese. You´ll love its softness and creaminess; tender, semi-cured, cured, in salads, fried with honey or just on its own with a beer in the sun, you choose the time and place but you can´t come […]


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Corralejo´s history

First settlements. If there is a definition for Corralejo it should be that of a crossroads between two islands that could practically be considered as one, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. Although these two lands have been capriciously separated by the ocean, both share the same foundations underneath. From the beginning of the 15th century Corralejo became a […]


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Fuerteventura´s history.

Remote times and first settlers of Fuerteventura. The existence of the Island of Fuerteventura has been known about since the dawn of time. Phoenicians , Greeks and Romans had already heard of it. The Romans, for example, called it Planaria (due to the absence of highlands) or Capraria (due to the abundance of goats that lived there wildly). […]


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