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Sights, Fuerteventura

As well as the unspoiled beaches, this majestic island offers some unforgettable sights to see. To taste local history, visit the impressive exhibition of the restored stately home, La Oliva and delve deep into 18th century culture. If you’re more interested in viewing fantastic scenery, head to the magical Tindaya Mountain, to experience fantastic panoramic views and over 300 archaeological engravings.

Casa de los Coroneles

Casa de los Coroneles is a stately home located in La Oliva in the north of Fuerteventura. Once the seat of the island’s colonel, it’s now a museum.

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Castillo de El Toston

To experience some true local history and culture, you should be sure to pay a visit to Castillo de El Toston. This site was once one of the most…

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Chipmunk mountain

Although only a hill in reality, Chipmunk mountain is, nonetheless, home to a great many families of wild chipmunks. While they may be wild, the…

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Los lobos island

Los Lobos Island is easily accessed from the main island of Fuerteventura, being located just one mile north of the mainland. Los Lobos Island is…

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Punta Jandia

Punta Jandia is an active lighthouse, which can be found on the south-west of Fuerteventura, on the Jandia peninsula. This is one of the oldest…

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Salt Museum

The Salt Museum in Fuerteventura is located at the entrance of Las Salinas del Carmen, a small fishing village to the east of the island.

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Tindaya Mountain

Tindaya Mountain was considered to be a sacred place by the pre-Spanish local population, but thousands of tourists still make pilgrimages to see it.

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Villa Winter

Villa Winter is a villa close to the village of Cofete, which can be found on the Jandia peninsula on the southwest of Fuerteventura.

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