The Salt Museum might prove to be a very instructive experience given it opens a really documented perspective on what this ever-present ingredient of our daily bites means in terms of production and on what its impact on human development and history was.
Surprisingly, Fuerteventura is more than its 200 km of beaches. The Fuerteventura museums and galleries provide a different understanding of the island.
Fuerteventura is big enough to host all sorts of peculiar attractions. The Alcogida Eco-Museum in Puerto del Rosario is a must-visit in this respect.
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.