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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.
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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Visit Mountain of Tindaya

Sacred Mountain of Tindaya 

Fuerteventura’s sacred, magic mountain

Tindaya Mountain is situated in the north-east of Fuerteventura, close to La Oliva. The original aboriginal inhabitants of Fuerteventura considered Tindaya to be a sacred mountain with magical properties, which is evident from the more than 300 engravings in the shape of a foot at the base – these are of great archaeological value.

This solitary mountain, 400 metres high and sculpted by the passing of time, really stands out in Fuerteventura’s typically dry, flat landscape.

Trails and mysterious landscapes on Tindaya

On the south-west crest of Tindaya there is a path that allows visitors the chance to get up-close to the mountain and to really appreciate its beautiful colours.

The landscape that circles this sacred mountain is impregnated with a sense of peace and mystery, and there is a tiny village found at the base, to the south, where you will find some shops and restaurants.

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Hotel Riu Palace
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Atlantis Bahia Real
Protest Surfschool
Cantante Corralejo
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