Local “majoreros” felt vindicated when in 2009, UNESCO declared Fuerteventura a Biosphere Reserve.
Have you ever looked up at a clear, starry night sky, and simply revel in awe and wonder.
Or course we all know you want to come to Fuerteventura to learn Spanish… but let’s not forget the fact that this is an island, and you know what that mean… BEACHES!
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We so far have talked about many of things that make Fuerteventura so special and why coming here is really the best way to learn Spanish… not to mention do some surfing.
While your main objective during your stay might be to learn Spanish or to surf in Fuerteventura, remember that Canarias is part of Spain… and that means there are whole lot of festivities
What are you waiting for to discover Fuerteventura, a heavenly island with amazing beaches and mild temperatures all year round!.