La Cilla Museum of Grains (Museo Casa de la Cilla) offers a very instructive insight into the history of Fuerteventura. The museum focuses on the farming industry of the island, with collections of items substantiating the traditional farming of Fuerteventura. The numerous exhibits, as well as the informative materials prove Fuerteventura was not always what it actually is today. The nowadays semi-desert island of Fuerteventura used to be the Granary of the Canary Islands, a perspective one can and should always use in their approach of this vacation destination.
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
The Casa Mane Art Center is one of the few art galleries in Fuerteventura. Located in La Oliva, this gallery enhances the tourist rating of La Oliva.
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.