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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.
The town square in Tarajalejo is the main place for locals to meet and where events such as fiestas and live concerts take place.
If you enjoy eating out but prefer peaceful, undisrupted meals then a holiday to Tarajelejo is ideal. Being a quiet fishing village, there are only a few bars and restaurants in the area and you will get to know the staff well. La Barraca on the beach is great for typical Canarian specialities and seafood. If you want more variety, there are also some good restaurants in nearby La Lajita and Gran Tarajal. For anyone wanting to cook some dishes themselves, the large supermarket in the centre of Tarajelejo sells the best variety of local produce.
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.
La Barraca is a family restaurant located in Tarajalejo, a small fishing village with a unique location close to the sea, and with a small terrace on the beach.
Stop for a drink at the simple beach-side Piscolabis Adeyu, where paella is available on Sundays.