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Fuerteventura is the second largest land mass in the Canary Islands, located just about 100 kilometres off the coast of North Africa. Politically, the island is a part of Spain, although it is primarily self-governed and has been since the mid to late 1800’s.
The island has been a part of Spain ever since the early 15th century when crusading knights conquered the aboriginal inhabitants. In May of 2009 UNESCO recognized Fuerteventura’s unique volcanic topography and ecology by declaring it a biosphere reserve.
Today the island attracts many tourists to its extensive, pristine beaches, historic landmarks, and family-friendly attractions. There is an abundance of museums on the island, dedicated to everything from how to make salt to the art of milking livestock.
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Casa de Los Coroneles
Home to one of the island’s most prominent families for over a century, this restored 18th century mansion features rotating art exhibits on the bottom floor, while the top floor is dedicated to the history of the building.
Museo del Queso Majorero
Dedicated to cheese, this museum includes interactive displays – including one that allows people to virtually milk an animal – and a lot of touch button activities.
Centro de Arte Canario
This gallery includes work from many local artists, as well as an exquisite sculpture garden. It is a must visit for all art or botanical lovers.
Iglesia de Santa Maria
This church was founded in 1620 and is unique in that various materials were used for its construction. The floor is made of stone, the ceiling is made from wood, and there is an elaborate baroque altar inside.
El Brasero Aquarium
The aquarium features marine life from local shores, as well as exotic areas abroad. Families traveling with children should make this a stop when visiting Fuerteventura.
Ecomuseo la Allcogida
This is a restored agricultural hamlet which portrays what life is like in tough rural areas. The living museum includes homes (fully furnished), outbuildings, and even animals.
This zoo features an array of animal exhibits that include various mammals, birds, and sea life. Educational and entertaining shows are available throughout the day. There are also camel rides for those seeking something a little more hands on.
Baku Water Park
Although a water park by name, this family friendly attraction features much more than wave pools, slides, and water rides. It also includes bowling, miniature crazy golf, and a driving range, among others.
Things to Do
There is almost always something going on in Fuerteventura. The island is home to many concerts and festivals with music, dancing, and food. Most people visit for the beaches, however, which offer swimming, sunbathing, surfing, windsurfing, boating, parasailing, and more. Take a nature walk to discover the natural flora and fauna Fuerteventura has to offer, or go shopping at either a resort mall or local venue.
The local cuisine is predominately simple fare that makes use of a lot of fish – typical for an island. Besides fish, you will find goat meat, majorero cheese, and a few select produce items. Popular dishes native to the area include papas arrugadas (a signature potato dish), mojo sauce, and puchero caraio – a stew distinguished by its use of pumpkin and cabbage.
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