Agroturismo La Gayria
Travel Blogs from Tuineje
I decided a night in Puerto del Rosario might be good for a change of scene and I had an early flight in the morning. I probably should have listened more to what I'd been told, it's more industrial and not so enjoyable. Still it was a transit stop that helped me get to the airport in plenty of time, the bus being much more efficient than I'd expected.
... of dog. Two dogs feature on the islands' Coat of Arms. In 1982 the Canaries were granted autonomy from Spain. They have their own government but are still a part of the kingdom of Spain. Both Spanish and North African influences are evident here.
Tourism supports Fuerteventura’s economy, but there are also 45 large goat farms as well as aloe vera, tomatoes, potatoes, corn, olives, salt, fish and some grain. ...
Last night I’d had my sleep broken several times in what was a very rough night. The Braemar had been pitching and rolling and my bed had never been still. This morning, however, all was quiet as we found ourselves docked in Fuerteventura. We hadn’t been to this island before so we were looking forward to seeing what it had to offer.
We felt a bit sad this morning as our long-anticipated holiday was fast coming to an end ...
... only 1000 soldiers are stationed here. Sadly we didn't spot any!Throughout the town there were colourful murals on the sides of buildings depicting local life. It was a public holiday and the weather was glorious so plenty of locals and some of the children practising their English as you walked by.A stroll along the promenade with cafes dotted along the waters edge to a ...
We are warmly welcomed at the hotel for our 5 night all inclusive stay. Our room is very spacious with an excellent balcony and sea views. The hotel is set in beautiful gardens.
We spend the next few days relaxing locally and travelling around the southern tip of Fuerteventura.
More to follow!
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed