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siteadmin January 16, 2019
The dates for the major Fuerteventura 2019 Carnivals in Corralejo and Puerto del Rosario are confirmed, along with Betancuria. Details of the other eight carnivals will be published as soon as the information becomes available. See the Fuerteventura Carnival Schedule for details which will be updated as the information trickles in. For those who like to party and dress up the carnivals have a geat atmosphere with huge parties, DJ's and all kinds of entertainment including...
siteadmin January 05, 2019
If you're on Fuerteventura today with young children there are a dozen Three Kings Day Parades, each with three camels on loan from the large heard at Oasis Park. Great fun for the kids, and to join in the festivities and take some memorable photographs. See see What's on Today for details. Festivities begin today, January 5th on the eve of Día de los Reyes Magos (Three Kings Day, January 6th), referred to as ‘Spain’s Second...
siteadmin December 31, 2018
Happy New Year to all, if you're not on the Island we hope you can get back in 2019.
siteadmin December 29, 2018
If you’re spending New Year’s Eve on Fuerteventura this year, and like to party, you shouldn't miss one of the many parties organized on the island by the local authorities. Apart from the hundreds of smaller events at many bars, restaurants, and hotels there are several large events throughout the Island. From Corralejo in the North to Morro Jable in the South. Caleta de Fuste, Corralejo, Gran Tarajal, Morro Jable, and Puerto del Rosario all have...
siteadmin December 24, 2018
Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year to all from Fuerte Guide, if you're not on the Island, we hope you come back soon.
siteadmin October 08, 2018
At last the Corralejo Beach Road in Fuerteventura is open again, and its great weather to get access to the beaches and sand dunes back again following the filming of Wonder Woman. It's not certain what will happen long term with the road, there have been rumours that it may close permanently at some point and there have been protests against this over the last few weeks. The number 6 bus service between...
siteadmin August 14, 2018
Corralejo Dunes Beach Road was closed for vehicle access on August 10th 2018, and will remain closed until October 6th 2018. It's not certain if bicycles are allowed access but access on foot doesn't appear to be restricted and according to Google Maps cycling is permitted. Anyone wanting to visit the popular beaches and the sand dunes will have to go on foot either from Parque Holandes by the Don Pepe roundabout or from the Hotel...
This years main carnivals on Fuerteventura start today (February 18th), when Puerto Del Rosario Carnival gets underway at 6pm, and continues until March 5th. For those who like to party hard, Carnival in the church bar is tonight at 8.30pm with live music from Laly Lean. On Friday February 24th at 11.30pm, officially until 4am next to the Puerto del Rosario bus station there's a huge party with DJ's and entertainment, Wednesday March 1st is the Drag Carnival at...
siteadmin January 05, 2017
Festivities begin today, January 5th on the eve of Día de los Reyes Magos (Three Kings Day, January 6th), referred to as ‘Spain’s Second Christmas’ According to tradition, the three kings Melchior, Caspar, and Balthazar, from Europe, Arabia, and Africa followed a star for 12 days until they came to Bethlehem. Bringing with them gifts of Gold, Frankincense and Myhrr. This evening children across Fuerteventura line up their shoes by the door, along with food to...
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