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Mirador Morro Velosa, Fuerteventura

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  • Interesting for young and old. Especially in bad weather. There is even a small café
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  • Amazing 360deg views across the island. Well worth the short detour and more interesting than Betancuria. Also excellent coffee and hot chocolate.  more »
  • Amazing don't miss North Island site! Volcanoes and ocean to the horizon, unforgettable!
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  • This viewpoint was designed by Lanzarotes architect and artist César Manrique. It holds stunning views over the island, but you need the right day for it. If it is foggy, you could be disappointed. So wait for a clear day – to go early is a good idea. When the restaurant is closed, the road of the viewpoint is closed to. Than you have to walk up your way.
  • Great place! Incredible view! You can see both coasts. Windy so take jacket (wind-stopper)!
  • Awesome views! You can also get some refreshments while learning a thing or two about the island (there's quite some display). A mandatory stop over on your way to Betancuria :)
  • Well worth the drive there! Great view - but remember to bring a jacket, quite windy and chilly
  • Great view, interesting history presentation, nice tables with a very poor coffee shop, just very little on the menu (missed opportunity)