Casa Tamasite

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Featuring a shared outdoor plunge pool and barbecue facilities, Casa Tamasite is located in Tuineje, on Fuerteventura Island. This property has free WiFi and a shared library and terrace. Casa Tamasite offers houses and apartments for up to 4...

Casa Tamasite is located in Tuineje, Fuerteventura.

Located inland and west of the municipal is the village of Tuineje. It is home to the ruins of Berber buildings, and it was in these places that Berber slaves were kept hostage. Tuineje is also home to the Church of San Miguel; this building was damaged by invaders they took the arm and the stick from the sculpture of the saint as a trophy. This village is popular with hikers, there is an interesting route that starts at the graveyard and finishes at the peak of the Manitaga Mountian. From here you can enjoy simply breathtaking views and then if you wish, you can walk down to the village of Toto.

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Address  
Casa Tamasite
C/ Tamasite nº 9
Tuineje
Tuineje
Fuerteventura
Latitude  
28.3260463725
Longitude  
-14.0480214357
  

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Upcoming Fuerteventura Events

La Oliva Traditional Market

Tuesday March 19th 2019 10:00 -16:00

La Oliva Traditional Market (Mercado de las Tradiciones) is held every Tuesday and Friday between 10:00 and 14:00 at Casa del Coronel in the town of La Oliva, Fuerteventura.

La Alcogida Ecomuseum

Tuesday March 19th 2019 10:00 -18:00

To visit La Alcogida is to experience the way of life of Fuerteventuran peasants over the last few decades. Stone houses, whitewashed and with gabled roofs, welcome the visitor to the La Alcogida Eco-Museum, located in the village of Tefía in Puerto del Rosario. Its roofs are made of “torta” (a mix of water, earth and straw) which, with the advent of winter rains, is what gives the walls their ancient appearance. In summer the walls are repainted to once again display their pure and perfect white.

Majorero Cheese Museum

Tuesday March 19th 2019 10:00 -18:00

Discover the origins of the famous Majorero cheese at the Majorero Cheese Museum. The Majorera goats are acknowledged to be amongst the most productive in the world, the excellent quality of their dense, aromatic and fatty milk is one of the main secrets of Majorero cheese.

The Majorero Cheese Museum is located in Antigua, Fuerteventura, as well as the Museum there's also a windmill, gardens, a shop and restaurant.

Del Carmen Saltworks Museum

Tuesday March 19th 2019 10:00 -18:00

The Del Carmen Saltworks Museum is located in the Del Carmen Saltworks at Las Salinas, Fuerteventura.

The only saltworks in Fuerteventura still in operation, comprised of 10 intake ponds, nearly 1000 condensation ponds, the salt warehouse, the salt worker’s house and  the remains of the old quay.

Los Molinos Interpretation Centre

Tuesday March 19th 2019 10:00 -18:00

The Los Molinos Interpretation Centre in Tiscamanita makes us aware of the importance of grain to Fuerteventura and its importance to the economy of the island for centuries. The grain was harvested from wild seeds and ground in stone mortars and hand mills in the days before windmills.

As well as exploring the different rooms of this old building,discovering the history of cereal cultivation,the milling systems and Gofio (toasted cornmeal) there's also a widmill you can go inside.

La Cilla Grain Museum

Tuesday March 19th 2019 10:00 -14:00

For centuries Fuerteventura was the granary of the Canary Islands. Grain left its ports to supply other islands. Today this past is remembered in the Casa de la Cilla, in La Oliva, a place not to missed by those interested in finding out about the backbone of the Fuerteventuran economy until a few decades ago.

In Fuerteventura “cillas” were created in Betancuria, Tindaya, Tetir, Tiscamanita and La Oliva. The purpose of these warehouses was to safeguard the Church’s crops and produce, either those obtained from their own livestock and lands or those that were due by way of tithes.