From The Editors Desk
27th February 2015
March is carnival time in Fuerteventura. Corralejo carnival starts 13th with the grand parade on Saturday 21st. Many folk come to the island for this special event which will take around 3hours to proceed though the town.
Various themes and partying also in Gran Tarjal and Morro Jable in the first half of the month. So if you are looking for a month’s holiday with loads of entertainment, this is the time to visit.
Fuerteventura is to be a port of call for the luxury yacht Harmony V, part of the shipping line Variety Cruises, for the upcoming winter season 2015-2016. This stunning boat will land in the spring as part of the package Corralejo, “The Canary Islands Discovery”.Read More
Once again Cofete beach is among the top ten in Spain 2015 according to users of the travel website Trip Advisor.
On the web www.tripadvisor.es can be found more than five hundred tourists commenting on this beach and see more than 300 photographs contributed by visitors themselves, as well as opinions of the other nine beaches that make the most voted list of Spain 2015.Read More
March 2nd is the start for booking camping at Pozo Black this Easter. Applications for permission for the 2015 season, April 1st to October 18th, should be submit before March 13th in the Department of Beaches (Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 14.00). Antigua provides services for water, electricity and waste collection in the Black Well camp site.Read More
Former City Council has signed a collaboration agreement with three banks, Banco Popular, Banco Santander and La Caixa, which allows residents to meet their tax obligations without going to the municipal offices. Taxpayers receive a payment letter that includes a bar code that can be paid at any branch, or can subscribe to an agreement, 24 hours, 365 days a yearRead More
A total of 15 Spanish provinces will be this Friday on yellow alert for snow, icing, wind and waves, in a day marked by relatively low levels snowfall in the northern third of the peninsula, intervals of strong wind on the coast of Galicia and the Cantabrian and very strong gusts in the Canary Islands.Read More
Fierce criticism from motorist associations and opposition parties that the devices, which the authorities had intended to camouflage, were designed solely to increase speeding-fine revenue and could cause more accidents if drivers slam on the brakes if they suspect they see one at a roadside appears to have had an effect.Read More
Are you thinking of buying a plot and building your own dream home on the island of Fuerteventura? What a wonderful project to undertake in the New Year and one that will no doubt bring a lot of happiness to your life! As long as you are aware of the regulations in place and use reputable property professionals, all should go well. To assist you, here are a few things that you will need to bear in mind to ensure a smooth and successful completion.
Foreign & Commonwealth Office reminds travellers what it can do to help
British nationals overseas
Can you recommend a Scottish chef in Brussels who can make haggis? How do I set my antennae to receive English TV channels in Italy? Can you find me cheap flights to New Zealand? These are just some of the recent enquires the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has received from around the world.
Have ever wanted to know what is happening, around town, this week? Well this section is for you! We plan to list events, entertainment and shopping specials that are on this coming week.
You can also check our what’s on calendar for upcoming events. In this way it can help you plan your days, & evenings, out.
People often tell me where to go. Here are a few places you may like to visit.
Here is our Fuerte X-Word No 199 Super easy this week!
Spacious, Perfect Family Home
Detached villa in a corner plot and South facing position with fabulous garden space in a quiet neighbourhood and in walking distance of local supermarket and restaurants.