As compared to La Oliva, Puerto del Rosario has fewer beaches and nudism is less encouraged or tolerated here.
Windy, mild waves, sandy and granulated by pebbles and small lava stones, reasonably developed (restaurants, lifeguards, boat rental operator, accessible by bus).
Windy, mild waves, sandy, poorly developed (restaurants).
Windy, strong currents, sandy and pebbly, undeveloped (accessible only by boat); it is one of the most secluded beaches in Fuerteventura.
Nudist beach (one of the few in Puerto del Rosario), windy, strong currents, sandy and granulated by lava stones, hardly developed (parking).
Windy, mild waves, pebbly, undeveloped (but accessible by bus).
Windy, mild waves, sandy and pebbly, undeveloped (but accessible by bus).
Windy, mild waves, sandy and pebbly, undeveloped.
The Tuineje beaches are less numerous than the ones in La Oliva. Yet, Tuineje has two excellently developed stretches of sand: Tarajalejo and Gran Tarajal.
The camel farm and camel safari are some of the highlights of La Lajita Oasis Park. The park is located close to Costa Calma and Morro Jable, in Pajara.
Mills are the closest thing to the idea of symbol of traditional Fuerteventura. The Craft Center of the Antigua Mill capitalizes such a historic reference.