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Excursion to Cofete, a shepherds village

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

A nice excursion you can make on Fuerteventura is a tour to Cofete on the South of the isle.
Our excursion was a real nice experience. Cofete is one of the smallest villages of the isle where you can see locals and their way of life.

The breeding of the goats hast got a long tradition in this area and many families formerly dedicated their time to breeding. Cofete is a village of shepherds and farmers.
Typical specialties from this area are goat milk, goat cheese (Majorero Cheese) and delicious dishes with goat meat.

goats in Cofete

To get to Cofete you start from Morro Jable, from where an earth road leads to the village. For this … Read the rest

Posted by Ann
Categories: Beaches, Cofete, Locations, Places to visit, Specialties

Fuerteventura – the golden canarian isle

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

In the middle of the Atlantic Ocean is where the Canary Isles find their place. Fuerteventura is one of 7 marvelous islands in between the 3 continents America, Europe and Africa.

Fuerteventura is famous for its wonderful beaches and bizarre landscapes. Here you can find endless beaches with golden sand and an unforgettable view over the ocean. Round over the isle there are touristic villages, hotels and apartment complexes where you can rent a comfortable room or your own holiday apartment or cottage.

On the island you find many surf- and windsurf spots. One of the most famous surf spots are situated in Corralejo, El Cotillo, Costa Calma and Morro Jable, Tarajalejo, … Read the rest

Posted by Ann
Categories: About Fuerteventura, Antigua, Beaches, Betancuria, Cofete, Corralejo, Costa Calma, El Cotillo, Jandía, Nightlife, Places to visit, Sotavento, Sports
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