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Quite a way out if you are not staying north part of the island. There's a cafe at the light house, where you can sit shielded from the wind and watch the waves. There's not much sandy beach around it but you can go further...More
Having caught the Bus to El Cotillo we walked up to the lighthouse. Sadly it was a very hot day and quite a bit of the route is on the side of the road with no footpath so was a bit of a challenge and...More
went here but again as with a number of attraction on Fuerteventura they are not open every day. But again worth a drive out to vies the spectacular scenery and the sandy beeches that are around this area. The buildings are spectacular and probably worth...More
We visited as part of a trip (sunset and tapas) was ok not much to see apart from the lighthouses 3 in total with a story behind as to why they built 3, but a good place to take photos and see whales (certain months...More
It took me an hour, to walk here, from El Cotillo. Fantastic, deserted lagoons, on the way. There is a café, and toilets, and a museum of a history of fishing, on Fuerteventura. It costs 3 euros. The lady will give you a booklet, in...More
We drove to this location and on arrival parked up and walked around.
Location is fantastic with wonderful views, but unfortunately the day we went it was closed so we couldn't enter but it was definitely worth going to the location.
The "mini" tour of the lighthouse and museum is well worth a visit and is full of really interesting facts and information about the area and the island, good value with great coffee etc served with a smile.
The outside seating provides a fantastic panoramic...More