The Church of Nuestra Senora de Antigua is located, just as the name suggests, in the municipality of Antigua. It was not until the 18th century that this church was built as a project of enlargement of a preexisting religious edifice dating back to the 16th century. The church is not widely spectacular, but its picturesque presence blends in perfectly in the character of the place. In addition, it is one of the most notable attractions in Antigua.
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.
The present semi-desert Fuerteventura used to be the Granary of the Canary Islands. Visiting the La Cilla Museum of Grains is instructive in this respect.
Fishing is one of the top sports tourists can indulge in while in Fuerteventura. The Museum of Traditional Fishing shows the pristine side of this activity