Disa Petrol Station,La Oliva,Fuerteventura

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Location  La Oliva   La Oliva

Disa Petrol Station is located in La Oliva, Fuerteventura.

The village of La Oliva is located inland in the north of Feurteventura. Casa de los Coroneles, and the Centro de Arte Canario Casa Mane are worth a visit where work from well known Canarian artists is exhibited.

Address  
Disa
La Oliva
La Oliva
Fuerteventura
Latitude  
28.738530
Longitude  
-13.868268
  

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