Fuerteventura is not so much about cultural and religious tourism. Rather, it is a beach resort island with countless leisure and sports opportunities that blend coherently in the same picture with sunbathing and the like. Yet, there are several religious edifices worth visiting in Fuerteventura tourists should not overlook in case they want to discover the less visible side of the island. The religious edifices in Fuerteventura are part of the cultural and architectural heritage of the island.
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.
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.
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