Following the examples from airports in other countries, Fuerteventura Airport has opened a new restroom zone for our furry friends.
Trace Yourself is a DNA album of Indian origin Sound composer Akanksha Krishnani-produced and supported by and during her time as...
One of the main secrets of Majorero cheese is based on the quality of its milk and its beneficial qualities for...
Fuerteventura Startups is the island's first start-up consultancy body, whose mission is to educate & empower local entrepreneurs with big ideas and fewer resources by helping and training them to structure and launch their companies as successful start-ups, enabling and preparing them to gain investments from the global start-up ecosystem
Fuerteventura is one of the most popular travel destinations for surf lovers. Surfing is a sport that is gaining more and more followers, and it is not precisely for its ease but its positive influence on our state of health.
International Women's Day theme on 8 March 2022 is "Gender Equality Today for a Sustainable Tomorrow." Recognizing the contribution of the world's leading women to contribute to a sustainable future for all.
Technology Breakfasts shows Fuerteventura the way to sustainable innovation, digitalization and green tourism in its latest event at the Palacio de Congresos & Formacion de Fuerteventura.
Fuerteventura, the island of eternal sunshine, continues to inspire and amaze travelers from all over the world. One such inspired traveler whose eye for beauty has demonstrated the island in its pure essence is the immensely gifted photographer Giuseppe Cannavó.
The Council of Ministers approved on 10 December last the draft bill presented in July of this year to promote and increase the creation of startups. In
Meet Artist Alfred Montaña whose artworks will be exhibited at the Corralejo Open House Art Weekend this 16th and 17th October 2021 at Galera Beach Boutique Art Villas in Fuerteventura.
The Gran Ruta 131 is part of an international trial. In Fuerteventura, it is divided into nine stages and crosses the island from north to south.