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The New Fuertenews Market Place

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 Click here to view the brand new Fuertenews "Marketplace"

 This is an area of the site for FREE Advertisments for Services offered and Items for Sale - please see the link on the top orange menu to enter the Marketplace

Alltours International Half Marathon - Dunes of Fuerteventura

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On Saturday the 29th of October 2016, in Corralejo, Fuerteventura, theVIII Edition of theALLTOURS International Half Marathon Dunes of Fuerteventura  & V Edition of the 8km Race call "El Quintillo", will be taking place. 

This extraordinary trial , will be located during the major part of its route, in the heart of the Natural Park “Dunas de Corralejo” (Corralejo Sand Dunes).

 

Think twice when leaving your passport in your car

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 Car break-ins are the third biggest cause of UK passport theft in the Canary Islands and 91% of victims are tourists. In a bid to drive down passport  thefts, the British Consulates in Las Palmas & Tenerife have partnered with CICAR, one of the biggest car hire firms in the Canary Islands, to reduce  theft from vehicles.

 

Legends of The House of the Colonels - 10th Anniversary

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  If you take a ferry over to Isla de Lobos, you can visit the beautiful Rustic Village of La Oliva, at one point many years ago this was the capitol of the Island  and has some serious history steeped within its beauty. A highlight of the area is the Colonel’s house and Legend has it that there is hidden treasure under  the estate.

 

Government delivers on pledge to give back British expats the right to vote

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The government today published detailed plans on how it will deliver its commitment to allow all expats to vote in parliamentary elections. The Minister for the Constitution, Chris Skidmore, announced the policy statement which sets out how the government will remove the current 15-year time limit on British citizens who live abroad registering as overseas electors.

 

Walking on the island

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  One of the least developed of the Canaries, Fuerteventura has largely escaped the indiscriminate coastal development of the other  islands of the  archipelago. With year round sunshine and an average temperature of 20°C, its equable dry climate, coastal walking, and  endless remote beaches make it  the perfect destination for activity holidays.

 

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