Restaurants in La Oliva Fuerteventura
The village of 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. La Oliva is now home to the local district town hall (Ayuntamiento).
Directly in the centre of town is the main church (Parroquiade Nuestra Seiiora de Candelaria). This pretty little church has a square bell tower visible for miles around, and a finely-carved wooden door. Highlights inside the church include the mudejar ceiling, and a large painting of The Last Judgment, a baroque altar painting by Juan de Miranda (1723-1805), and also some fine trompe 1’oeil work.
Each morning you can enjoy on the terrace of our buffet breakfast. Every night, the best international cuisine, with dishes from the north of Spain, cod and fresh meat brought from Asturias, rice and good desserts, the restaurant Bahiazul.
Casa Marcos is a traditional Spanish restaurant located in Villaverde, on the la Oliva road just after El Horno. It sits on top of a hill. The chef, Marcos, constantly changes the menu and he serves exquisite dishes. It has a rustic decoration, a big terrace and the staff is kind.