Bar Curry Peter,Parque Holandes,Fuerteventura

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Location  Parque Holandes   La Oliva

Cuisine German

  • Beer
  • Coffee
  • Wine
  • Wheelchair access
  • Outdoor seating
  • Smoking area
  • Child friendly
  • Pet friendly
  • Pool

Bar Curry Peter is located in Parque Holandes, Fuerteventura.

Parque Holandes is a small village situated between Puerto Del Rosario and Corralejo, these towns are accessable via the number six bus. The shopping centre is the heart of Parque Holandes it has a couple of bars and a small supermarket . There's a Sunday market which locals and visitors alike attend Just down the road from the shopping centre there's a family restaurant which serves local fresh food. A good place to visit if you don't want the hustle and bustle of town life with a small hotel and handful of holiday rental properties.

Bar Curry Peter
Parque Hollandes
La Oliva

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Nice sausage
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Was a bit confused about this place being named Curry Peter's as there is no curry on the menu. It was sausage and chips or bread with a curry sauce. Although misleading the food was rather nice.

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Date of visit
January 05, 2016
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Disco at Curry Peter and Bar Kalima
Disco at Curry Peter and Bar Kalima

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January 05, 2015
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Brilliant day at Curry Peter
Fuerteventura is an amazing place, we had a great day at Curry Peter, met Ian Towning, and laughed till we cried.

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April 18, 2015
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