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Caleta de Beatriz Beach
 
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Location  Majanicho   La Oliva


200 metres of silver sand makes up Caleta de Beatriz. This Jewel of a beach sits on the northernmost point of the island. This is one of Fuerteventura's prize beaches and yet it is very often deserted. This could be because it lies along an unpaved road. Take time to visit this beach, relax unwind and enjoy the natural beauty. Swimming is safe within the lagoon.Because Caleta de Beatriz is out of the way there are no bars or...
Casa de Jorós Beach
 
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Location  Morro Jable   Pajara


Casa de Jorós beach comprises of 100 metres of beautiful white sand with a scattering of pebbles. It is situated in the South of the island in the municipality of Pájara. This beach can only be accessed with a 4×4 vehicle or by sea. When hiring a 4x4 vehicle you will need to check that the insurance covers you to drive off road.
Corralejo-Calle Colon Beach
 
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Location  Corralejo   La Oliva


Small clean beach with a promenade and a smattering of bars restaurants.
El aljibe de la cueva Beach (La Escalera)
 
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Location  El Cotillo   La Oliva


Located on the West coast of Fuerteventura where, as always, the sea is wild. La Escalera translates as the stairs and this is in accordance to the steep steps you must descend in  order to reach the beach. No services are available, therefore you will need to take provisions. The beach is usually deserted; you can relax and enjoy solitude amongst the crashing of the waves.
El Charcón Beach
 
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Location  El Cotillo   La Oliva


El Charcón sits away from the busy areas of La Oliva. It consists of 310 metres of golden sand with a scattering of pebbles. The beach is easily accessible it is situated just 20 metres from the dirt track/road that leads to the picturesque town of El Cotillo from Corralejo.
El Hierro Beach
 
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Location  Majanicho   La Oliva


This beach is situated on the north coast of the island. The beach is not really suitable for swimming because of the rough conditions and stony access to the water. More suitable for the experienced surfers and windsurfers.
Giniginamar Beach
 
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Location  Giniginamar   Tuineje


Located south of Gran Tarajal the beach of Giniginamar is remote with black sand and many pebbles.  It is popular with locals for fishing, and the fishing boats are moored here. This is a perfect setting that compliments the picturesque village of Giniginamar. There is a restaurant in the village and you may park in the small car park in front of the beach.
Gran Tarajal Beach, Fuerteventura
 
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Location  Gran Tarajal   Tuineje


The long beach of Gran Tarajal comprises of fine dark sand. It is not a tourist beach, it is frequented by locals and ex pats. Beach football is available and open showers and water taps (not drinking water) are situated along the beach. A selection of bars and restaurants are located along the beach and you may park on the roadside in town or in the marked bays.
Grandes Playas Beach
 
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Location  Corralejo   La Oliva


This beach is situated between the two large hotels in the sand dunes and easily accessible via bus from Corralejo, or Puerto. To access these beaches on foot or cycling head south from Beach Cafe on the seafront across the waste ground, or by car park at the Atlantico Centre where there is ample free parking.
la Concha Beach
 
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Location  El Cotillo   La Oliva


A beautiful beach with white sand, and calm water protected from the open ocean. Situated on the northern coast of the island this beach is popular with families as the water is shallow, perfect for young children. A great beach to relax on.
La Lajita Beach
 
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Location  La Lajita   Tuineje


La Lajita is a beautiful little beach comprising of black sand and palm trees. Local fishermen depart from here and for this reason fishing boats are seen on the beach.Local bars are situated near to the beach and you may park at the roadside in the village.
Los Mallorquines Beach
 
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Location  El Cotillo   La Oliva


Los Mallorquines Beach is located south of El Cotillo and can be easily reached by car or bicycle along a gravel road, there is no clear path down the cliffs so extreme care should be taken. This is a beautiful sandy beach, with high cliffs, and very few visitors, swimming is dangerous due to large waves, very strong currents, and it's isolation.
Playa Blanca Beach
 
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Playa Blanca is a white sandy beach located on the coastal road just north of Puerto Rossario A stunning beach not crowded and wonderful beach to relax.
Puerto Lajas Beach
 
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This beach is situated on the eastern coast of the island and is a very quiet and peaceful beach witk a mixture of b;ack sand and pebbles. Very popular with families as there are plenty of sandy areas for children to play where the water is shallow and calm. There are showers, and wheelchair/buggy ramps, and plenty of places to park. Puerto Lajas is around ten minutes by car from Puerto del Rosario and is also...
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Tuesday April 23rd 2019 09:00 -14:00

Caleta de Fuste Street Market is held every Tuesday and Saturday between 09:00 and 14:00 next to the bus station in Caleta de Fuste,Fuerteventura.

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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.