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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.
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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.

Places to Eat and Drink in Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura Restaurants


Holidaymakers may find variety of cafes and restaurants in Fuerteventura along the beautiful promenade area of the resorts of Fuerteventura and enjoy the local cuisine, traditional tapas, international dishes and fresh seafood.

Feast on succulent fresh seafood at an al fresco eatery overlooking the sea. Tuck into salty papas arragudas with peppery mojo sauce. Satisfy your craving for a full English breakfast at numerous restaurants in the north of the island. Or sample cuisine from every country, in multicultural Fuerteventura.

The traditional cuisine of Fuerteventura is mostly based on simple dishes prepared from goat meat, fish and the fruits. Seafood and fresh fish is one of the best dishes and popular ones include swordfish, octopus and sea bass.

The resort of Corralejo is the best holiday town for dining and eating out with its quality restaurants. The restaurants in Corralejo are a bit cheaper than the other holiday destinations in Fuerteventura.

Fuerteventura is also very famous with its goat cheese. 

As for drinks; Calimocho, a mixture of red wine and coke is a popular local drink. In addition, Dorada or Tropical are the popular local beers. In most restaurants and bars you can find a wide sellection of cocktails, locals and imported wines and all sorts of other kinds of drinks.

Puerto del Rosario is the capital of Fuerteventura and the island is divided into 5 municipalities that include Antigua, Betancuria, La Oliva, Pajara, Puerto del Rosario and Tuineje. Corralejo, Caleta de Fuste, Morro Jable and Costa Calma are the popular holiday resorts in Fuerteventura.

Places to Eat and Drink in Fuerteventura by area

Corralejo

Whether it's a romantic meal for two overlooking the marina or feeding the family whatever tickles your taste buds you will be sure to find an establishment that caters for it. Read More…

Puerto del Rosario

The capital of Fuerteventura since 1860 Puerto del Rosario sits close to the airport and has great places to eat and dining.
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Caleta de Fuste

Caleta de Fuste has a range of restaurants and bars to suit most tastes. Lots of the local cuisine consists of fish dishes, as there is an abundant supply of fresh fish.
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Las Salinas

Las Salinas is Fuerteventura's extensive salt pans. Has a small sandy beach and there is also a restaurants which is located along the beach front.
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Tarajalejo

There are several restaurants and bars in the old town, which maintains its Spanish feel, as the newer part of the town is in distance away on the other side of a busy road.
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La Lajita

As this is not a tourist area, there are no sunbeds or tourist services, but the village itself is quite lively and the locals are very friendly. There are a number of decent fish restaurants around, as well as few small shops. Read More…

Morro Jable

Most of the tourists that visit Morro Jable are German and this is reflected in the higher percentage of German restaurant and bar owners.
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Cofete

Cofete town makes an ideal stop off point for day trippers, there is a small restaurant in town, that serves selection of drinks and snacks, as well as local dishes fresh fish and goat.
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Pajara

The picturesque little town of Pajara only has a small population despite its administrative importance on the tourist centres of the Jandia peninsula.
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Ajuy

Small village on the west coast, with a sensational coastal landscape formed by the force of the sea, enjoy the canarian cuisine in the magnificent restaurants and bars available by the seashore.
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Betancuria

There are several restaurants located within the historical centre of Betancuria offering delicious Canarian dishes. A couple of them are housed within some of the oldest buildings around.
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El Cotillo

Situated on the northwest, El Cotillo is a peaceful place with fantastic beaches and lagoons. It offers some good restaurants, bars with traditional canarian cousine.
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La Oliva

La Oliva was the political center of Fuerteventura from the early 17th to mid-19th century, and you can still see some of the buildings standing today.
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Antigua

Antigua is one of the oldest villages on the island. Built in the 18th century Antigua was once the capital of Fuerteventura.
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Tuineje

Tuineje is located a main highway linking Antigua and Pájara. Farmlands dominate the most of the municipality.
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