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La Oliva is the latest municipality in Fuerteventura to officially designate a beach for dog owners to be able to legally exercise their pets. The town Hall has allocated the Bristol beach in Corralejo for this purpose, after campaigning by residents in area.
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The first bilingual school in Fuertevenura is soon to be constructed after planning permission was granted. The school will be located in the Tuineje municipality, a short distance from Gran Tarajal.

Attractions in Fuerteventura

 Fuerteventura Attractions

Whether you want action or relaxation, cultural days spent seeing the sights or the chance to indulge in some retail therapy – there are things to do in Fuerteventura to cater to every need.

From its stunning beaches to its spectacular scenery, the Canary Island has everything. Soak up the year-round sunshine on pristine white sand beaches in Fuerteventura. Or take advantage of the island’s breezy climate and try kite- or windsurfing.

Gaze at the jaw-dropping National Park scenery or stroll around historical towns. Shop at bustling malls, then dine alfresco on mouth-watering seafood fresh from the Atlantic.

Most Popular Attractions in Fuerteventura

Cave of Plains, Llano Cave

This 648 meter-long lava tube is located near Villaverde. Walking along one of its 500 meter-long forks, you reach the habitat of the only white arachnid in existence. An incredible adventure.
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Castle Tostón

A small fort that is used to house exhibition nowadays. It also serves as a lookout for the marvellous shoreline.
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Aloe Vera

The volcanic curves of the islands landscape is lacking in plant life, which makes endless fields of spiky aloe vera all the more surreal and surprising when you stumble across them.
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Corralejo Dunes

You’ll love walking on the sand dunes at Corralejo. The sand is very light-coloured and fine and runs through your toes as if you were treading on the soul of Fuerteventura
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Turtles in Cofete Beach

Several times a year, always during the summer months on the beaches of Cofete you can experience the release of sea turtles, this extraordinary connection with nature.
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Subcat

A chance to ride in a submarine and see the underwater world. If you are lucky, you might even see turtles or stingrays. The Subcat submarine dives to 30 metres
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Baku Aqua Park
Cafe Tiffanys
Waikiki Corralejo
Atlantis Bahia Real
Nico's Belgian Beer House
Hotel Riu Palace
Wave Rider Surfschool
Golf Courses
Protest Surfschool
Camel Safari
Cantante Corralejo
Oceanarium Explorer
What's On in Fuerteventura