Canary Islands - Fuerteventura (Chapter)
This is the Fuerteventura chapter from Lonely Planet’s Canary Islands guidebook.
Most visitors to Fuerteventura are more interested in mastering the waves and the wind than contemplating the abstract aesthetics of its scenery. The second-largest island in the archipelago, Fuerteventura has year-round sunshine and the biggest and best beaches in the Canaries.
- try a dish of traditional goat stew and the famous Majorero cheese; they are both culinary winners on this island
- get into smock-and-beret mode and check out the cutting-edge modern art at La Oliva’s Casa de los Coroneles
- restaurants & accommodation
- treat yourself to a touch of aromatic thalassotherapy at the beachside Balneario Thalasso in Caleta de Fuste
Coverage includes: Puerto Del Rosario, The Centre, Betancuria & around, Antigua & around, Pájara, Caleta De Fuste & around, The North, Road to La Oliva, La Oliva, Corralejo, El Cotillo, The Southeast, Tarajalejo & Giniginamar, La Lajita, Península de Jandía, Costa Calma, La Pared, Playa de Sotavento de Jandía and Morro Jable & around.
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