Hafen Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura, Puerto del Rosario
(2/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
Hafen Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura is located in Puerto del Rosario. Put Hafen Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura at the forefront of your travel plans using our Caleta de Fuste family vacation planner.
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  • Without any charm, apart from the seaport. It seems a neighborhood rather than the capital. Calle León y Castillo is the street where all the bars, cafes and shops are concentrated, and is equivalent to any street of no charm and the drawbacks of the traffic rolled. The first of may Street is pedestrian and there are banks, a craft Center with few objects and of little interest and a few terraces without charm, there is no trade. The night life is escasisima and in relation to cultural life is non-existent. "" Sundays and festivals are all bars and shops closed, being difficult find a site where even take a tente in foot, seems even more killed by what some people call it "port dead" has quite a few interesting sculptures but rather unnoticed. The Church is pretty no more. The House of Unamuno is curious have to improve many things.
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  • Probably the capital of the Canary Islands with less inflow of tourists, as well as the port has small corners that surprise. Not lost anything by strolling through the streets.
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  • If you don't have nothing better to do, you can stroll through the port and the seafront of Puerto del Rosario. It is a pleasant walk with some curious detail, as any facade of buildings, statues and old salt oven, but without major pretensions.
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