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Take in traditional living in Betancuria

A seductively slow pace of life awaits in Fuerteventura's interior villages. Think bleached

white, low rise stone houses with black volcanic stone trims and tiled roofs, neat pockets of palm trees and views of the mountains. If you only have time to visit one, make it pretty Betancuria; it's set in its very own Parque Rural de Betancuria and was the island’s capital until 1834. You can learn more at the Artisans Museum and the Betancuria Archaeological Museum. Don’t miss the Baroque altar at the Iglesia de Santa Maria, a seventeenth century church that replaced an earlier incarnation savaged by pirates! Read more: https://www.skyscanner.net/news/top-9-things-do-fuerteventura
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