Beyond any doubt, diving is one way of exploring the richness of the underwater world of Fuerteventura. On the other hand, an even more thrilling and interactive manner of becoming familiar with it refers to fishing and deep sea fishing. Besides the joy of the trip proper, one can always enjoy the promise of materializing their searching out with, perhaps, a gastronomic thrill. However, as general guidelines, tourists should remember certain restrictions: they are not allowed to angle more than 4 kg per person and fishing with more 3 hooks or 2 rods is equally forbidden. In addition, they are not allowed to collect certain marine species. The following centers organizing fishing and deep sea fishing expeditions can be resorted to while vacationing on Fuerteventura:
Unlike most other spots in Fuerteventura, Betancuria appeals by its cultural and historic heritage. The Museum of Sacred Art pertains to its patrimony.
The Pajara beaches stand out by being the largest in Fuerteventura. Visiting the beaches pertaining to Costa Calma and Morro Jable is highly recommended.
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.