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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.


Camel Safari & Horseback Rides in Fuerteventura


Camel Safari Experience in Fuerteventura

Originally from Africa, the Camels were brought to the Canary Islands in 1405. Brown and blue eyes, long eyelashes and a single hump are the features of this desert animal capable of carrying up to 500 kilograms. 

Sitting on a saddle that adapts perfectly to the features of this valuable animal, visitors can embark on an unprecedented adventure.

Horse riding in Fuerteventura

Horseback riding in Fuerteventura truly is one of the best ways to discover the island. Tranquillity, a low pace to allow you to look around, the wind, nature and the sounds of surrounding life all are elements that make these moments unforgettable.

There are a couple of riding schools situated at both ends of the Fuerteventura offering fantastic treks through the volcanic landscape as well as exhilerating runs along the coastline and of course, riding lessons.

Oasis Park Fuerteventura

The most unusual adventure awaits its chance. Our camels farm brings you infinite values of camel milk while the little ones interact with the babies of these wonderful creatures.
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Finca Julie – Horse Riding

Finca Julie, Fuerteventura’s newest Horse Riding Centre, has just opened near Villaverde in the north of the island. This family run business, operated by Irish couple Julie Allman and Paul Downes, welcomes adults and children to come and enjoy the breathtaking views of Fuerteventura on horseback
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Barranco de los Caballos

The Rancho Barranco de los Caballos in La Pared, Fuerteventura offers horseback riding along the Fuerteventura West coast on Andalusian Horses. Discover the wild and untouched nature and enjoy unforgettable sunsets.
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Ranch Stella - Jandia

Ranch Stella in Jandia, Fuerteventura is located in the Stella Canaris Zoo. From here you can go out for horseback riding into the wild nature. Shuttle service from hotels available
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Granja Tara - El Roque

Granja Tara in El Roque, Fuerteventura is a small, but fine horseback riding school and club. They offer horseback riding excursions and courses to all levels: basic, medium, advanced. You can follow an intensive (3-5 days) horse riding course. Included in all offers are food, drinks and shuttle service to Corralejo.
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Waikiki Corralejo
Hotel Riu Palace
Protest Surfschool
Cantante Corralejo
Baku Aqua Park
Wave Rider Surfschool
Nico's Belgian Beer House
Cafe Tiffanys
Atlantis Bahia Real
Golf Courses
Camel Safari
Oceanarium Explorer
What's On in Fuerteventura