The Archeology Museum (Casa Museo Arqueologico y Etnografico) in Betancuria displays a consistent collection of exhibits chiefly divided into archeological, paleontology and ethnographic findings. There are, however, other miscellaneous collections to be admired. The museum is, in fact, a lesson of the natural and human history of the place.
Capital of the namesake municipality, Antigua attracts by certain unique specific elements. The historic and cultural heritage of Antigua is worth noting.
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 Fuerteventura religious edifices are not as appealing as the countless beaches on the island. Yet, there are 4 churches which cover this tourist topic.