Places to see in Fuerteventura

Places to see in Fuerteventura

Culturally speaking, Gran Canaria is synonymous with the blending of cultures. This attribute of the island is the legacy of its long history as a port of call for travellers, having been a society that is open to everything that arrives to its shores from beyond the seas.

The march of time through the islands has left behind an extremely valuable archaeological, artistic, architectural and ethnographic heritage, which bears witness to the cultural evolvement of our island community. This historic heritage, the legacy of the island's own identity, has been enriched and accompanied by multifarious manifestations of art and culture, which has endowed the island with certain unique traits that would be difficult to find in any other territory of such a limited extent.

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Mirador Morro Velosa

  • Betancuria
  • Designed by renowned Cesar Manrique, this centre offers unique views over the wonderful landscape of the north-central region of the island. Views of the island that cannot be explained… Record this astonishing landscape in your memory...
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Salinas del Carmen

  • Antigua
  • If you would like to witness the process of sea foam salt formation, a visit to the Salt Museum and the Salinas del Carmen in Antigua is a must. Saltworks restored in the midst of a fishing village which, together with the ever-present background...
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Museo del Queso

  • Antigua
  • In the very heart of Fuerteventura, a “gofio” (toasted cereal flour) windmill welcomes the visitor. Those who decide to visit it can find out about this product of agricultural engineering which, in times gone by, served to grind grain for the entire town of Antigua.
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