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The new travel guide Fuerteventura… in a different way! 2019 has been published and is available in all online bookstores. Also as a printed Book

08-07-2019 10:28 AM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

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The new travel guide Fuerteventura… in a different way! 2019

The author Andrea Mueller wrote the travel guide Fuerteventura… in a different way! after intensive research times differently, which illuminates more than only the usual popular beaches and ocean sides.

Fuerteventura is not only the island of eternal sunbathing and beach walks, but a land of high culture, historical events and starting point of the new world.
For every holidaymaker who just wants to immerse a little more in the culture of the island, the travel guide offers the essential descriptions and tips.
More than 3,000 hours of sunshine and more than 150 km of beaches invite you to tank up on the sun and the sea and feel like in paradise.

The inspiring first edition 2019 of the travel guide is up to date, offers detailed information, important insider tips and all highlights, from snow-white Caribbean beaches to the fascinating history of the multifaceted volcanic island.

In the north, from the lively town of Corralejo, with its imposing dunes, explore the small nature-protected island of Isla de Los Lobos and the fantastic beaches of the Playas Grandes.

Visit the Castillo de Testón and Faro de Tostón lighthouses with their fishing museum and don't miss the yet unknown popcorn beach.
Visit the historically important La Oliva and admire rock carvings of the Guanches in Casa Alta de Tindaya. In the open-air museum La Alcogida you get to know the traditional rural life.
In the island capital Puerto del Rosario you will find the biggest shopping centre of the island Las Rotondas.

In the popular holiday resort of Caleta de Fustes you can enjoy the sandy beach of Playa de Castillo with a view of the marina, shop at the popular African markets and explore the Salinas del Carmen with the Museo de La Sal.

Meet pure island history in the centre of Fuerteventura: In La Ampuyenta you can admire the Ermita de San Pedro de Alcántara, the Casa Museo Doctor Mena; in Tuineje the altarpieces of the battle of Tamasite and in Pajara the parish church Nuestra Señora de la Regla.

Explore the former island capital Betancuria on a city walk and look out over the desert-like landscape from the Mirador de Morro Velosa vantage point.
The Mirador de Guise y Ayose with the 4.50 m high statues of the former kings is perfect for Selfies. Walk from the Molino de Antigua with the cheese dairy museum to Tiscamanita with the mill museum.
On the rugged rocky coast of Ajuy you will find lime kilns and deep grottos.
Cross the Malpais, walk in the footsteps of the indigenous people of La Atalayita and meet the holiday village Las Playitas with the lighthouse Faro La Entallada on the east coast.
Spend an unforgettable day in the child-friendly Oasis Park with impressive animal shows.

Let yourself be impressed by the unique contrast of a barren mountain landscape and a miniature Sahara at La Pared.
Feel at home on the Costa Calma and enjoy the more than 20 km long beach section over Jandía Playa to Morro Jable.
Take a break at Playa de Butihondo or Playa de Esquinzo with its crystal clear turquoise sea.
From Playa de Sotavento to Risco del Paso kitesurfers and windsurfers will get their money's worth.

Head south along jerky volcanic tracks to Puerto de la Cruz with the lighthouse Faro de Jandía, then serpentine roads to Cofete, the fantastic Playa de Barlovento and visit the historic Villa Winter.

Fuerteventura...in a different way! 2019 is the indispensable travel guide for perfect holiday planning. With the latest information, you will arrive on the island immediately and immerse yourself in the lively events of the island. Don't miss any highlights and make your holiday an unforgettable experience.

Lanzarote… mal anders!
Andrea Müller
Calle Las Cuevas, 91 – A2
E- 35542 Punta Mujeres, Provinz Las Palmas, Lanzarote
Mobil: 0034 670 413 140
Web: www.lanzarote-mal-anders.de
mailto:ebook@lanzarote-mal-anders.de

The German author Andrea Müller has been living in the canary islands for 7 years. In order to present the unique fascination of the island to tourists, Mrs. Müller published the travel guide Fuerteventura...in a different way! In the completely revised 2019 edition, all data has been updated and many brilliant images have been added.
The author attaches increased importance to detailed information and comprehensive insider knowledge as well as targeted tips to guide holidaymakers across the island. She says: "Fuerteventura just wants to be discovered".

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