The Sicasumbre astronomical viewpoint is located on the left bank of the FV-605 highway, between kilometers 11 and 12 and after passing the hamlet of Fayagua.

The viewpoint has fantastic views of the southwest of the island but having little light pollution it is an amazing place to take photographs of the night sky.

There is a scale model of the solar system, so you identify the planets in the sky, the solstices and equinoxes.

On the path you will find sculptures of goats, works by the sculptor Juan Majorero Miguel Cubas along with the iconic Fuerteventura sign.

Typical market with many replica items and also some interesting bits and bobs, novelties.
Aloe Vera products are for sale as is clothing and towels at good prices if you like to bargain.

Locally grown fruit and vegetables, fresh fish caught from the shores of the island and the locally produced goat cheese are amongst the items available from the stalls.

The market is located next to the bus station.

Held on Friday afternoon and early evening the craft market is located by the harbour.

Often there is entertainment too so well worth a visit.

Natural beach with fine, quite dark sand. There’s a lovely promenade along the beach with many bars and restaurants. The harbour is at the right hand side of the beach.

The beach at Caleta de Fuste is formed on a large natural cove which has had sand imported to create a large beach. The sand is quite sharp and gritty and not as soft as some other areas. The beach has sunbeds and sun umbrellas available for hire as well as showers and disabled friendly toilet facilities.
Water sports are available on the beach including jet skis for hire.
There aren’t many beachfront bars due to the hotels which dominate the front line but there are a some around the marina area.

Held once a quarter, the craft market brings the quiet village of Tetir to life with live music and stalls galore. If you’re in Fuerteventura and the Tetir market is on, be sure to visit.

Held on the football area behind the community centre each Sunday. Mainly second hand goods and charity stalls.

Caleta de Fuste market Tuesday and Saturday located next to the roundabout on the road to Chipmunk Mountain.

Monday and Thursday at the Cosmo shopping centre car park

Blue Flag beach in the bay of Corralejo.
The beach features watersports including stand up paddle boarding and kite surfing.
You can hire a sunbed for a few euros.
There are also a couple of restaurants and bars with music on the beach.

Playa de la Concha also known as La Caleta del Palo on the island of Lobos, is a beach in a secluded bay and is the essence of paradise. It has with fine sand and calm waters. The beach is sheltered from the wind and the characteristic waves of Fuerteventura.
Remember to take a drink and something to provide shade as there are no shops on Lobos.