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Villas to rent in Spain – Fuerteventura events and activities
The main attraction with Fuerteventura is undoubtedly the choice of wide beaches on the east coast of the island. Here you can relax and really enjoy the sun or take part in a range of beach and water sports. But in terms of culture and variety in events, your Spain villas in Fuerteventura give you access to a full range of interesting things to do. From museums showcasing the history of the island to fantastic theme parks, musical performances and sporting events – you are bound to be impressed with how much fun you can have on Spanish villa holidays!
Spain villas and Ecomuseo de La Alcogida
The Ecomuseum La Alcogida displays how traditional life in Fuerteventura is lived and how things have changed over time. One can even see how grains are ground with the mill, and how products such as cheese and bread are traditionally made and how the animals are reared. This museum is an entertaining experience, especially for children, so be sure to add it to your agenda whilst you are on family holidays. Based just outside of Tefía, you will love the rural and rustic surroundings of the museum, but whilst you rent holiday villas in Spain, keep in mind it is closed on Mondays and Saturdays.
Due to strong winds, the beaches on the island are a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. The west coast is ideal for surfing, windsurfing – especially the north at Corralejo or the East Coast (particularly the stretch of beach between the Costa Calma and Jandía). If you like, you can visit Cofete beach on the Jandía peninsula, where you can find one of the most fascinating villas Spain has to offer. “Villa winter”, a 19th century villa has an ambiguous history and there are many mysterious rumours about its purpose and owner.
Family fun in Fuerteventura
There are so many family activities, like when you rent Marbella villas or villas in Barcelona, despite the size of the island. The Oasis Park is a tropical theme park with the largest camel reserve in Europe. Tropical animals from apes to zebras, delight the whole family. There is also a botanical garden with exotic plants and nearby woodland for forest holidays. If your Spanish villa holidays are based in the middle of the island, be sure to visit the archaeological and ethnographic museum in Betancuria, where you can follow the footsteps of the Indians in Atalayita.