Green light for the extension of the seafront path between Puerto del Rosario and Playa Blanca

The government team of Puerto del Rosario has made another step forward to achieve the dream of [...]

Puerto del Rosario works hand in hand with SEGITTUR for its conversion into a Smart Tourism Destination

The Ayuntamiento of Puerto del Rosario and SEGITTUR (State Society for the Management of Innovation [...]

Start of the application period for agricultural water rates for 2021

The Primary Sector and Food Sovereignty Council of Fuerteventura's Cabildo has announced the start of [...]

The Cabildo maintains the protection of the Asset of Cultural Interest of the barranco of Tinojay

Fuerteventura's Cabildo continues to protect the Asset of Cultural Interest (BIC), in the archaeological category [...]

The Environment service releases an Eleonora's falcon

The Cabildo’s Environment department released an Eleonora's falcon (Falco eleonorae) further to its recovery [...]

A specimen of parasitic jaeger is taken to the Oasis Wildlife Fuerteventura for its recovery

A specimen of parasitic jaeger (Stercorarius parasiticus) was taken to the Oasis Wildlife Park in [...]

Immerse yourself in wellbeing!

Himalayan salt contains 84 minerals,of which: zinc, calcium, magnesium, potassium, [...]


Dermatology with state-of-the-art technology

CEM in Puerto del Rosario proposes personalised treatments for all kinds of skin diseases with a specialist in dermatology [...]

The streets of Fuerteventura, Calle Doctor Arístides Fernández Morán

Don Arístides Hernández Morán just left us, and it is no exaggeration saying that it created a sincere sorrow in Fuerteventura because he was an institution for the local population. For people who knew and appreciated him, he was known as “don Arístides”, because there was only one “don Arístides” [...]

Majorero vocabulary (from Fuerteventura)

Abanador: Instrument used to revive the fire: “bring me the “abanador” as we are going to stay indoors a while”. [...]

Canarian wines: 10 designations of origin with their own personality

It is said that the first vineyards were introduced in the Canaries during the XV century. At the time, the settlers from various origins brought vines of high quality with a wealth of incomparable variety [...]

Everything you should know about working remotely

The health crisis has created a boom in remote work, which is now facing the challenge of becoming more consolidated and adequately regulated [...]

What do we talk about, when we talk about smashing patriarchy (II)?

A new era has started with this pandemic. There had been others, but as they hadn't affected developed countries, it was as if they hadn't happened, it was affecting poor populations, not the productive population [...]

María Natacha Cabrera Dorta – Creator of the traditional products Mojo de María

Natacha Cabrera created, five years ago, the brand Mojo de María, and we wanted her to talk to us about her products and how and why they are different from the other mojos [...]

In 1915, a Canarian team “leapt over the pond” for the first time

The Tenerife Sporting Club was the first Canarian Club to play outside the archipelago [...]

Pino Ojeda: poet, novelist, painter, sculptor,… a multitalented artist ahead of her time

Writer and artist, María del Pino Ojeda was born in El Palmar de Teror in 1916. She is considered as one of the most prominent Canarian poets of the 20th century [...]

The Zen style

Zen is a life philosophy that comes from Buddhism and its main characteristic is the search for harmony and balance through simplicity and order [...]