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The Cabildo de Fuerteventura has announced that in 2022 the festival Fuerteventura in Musica will be celebrated once again on La Concha beach (Cotillo).
The carnival in Tetir, Fuerteventura, will be celebrated once again in 2022, but this time the celebration will be in summer, with no more restrictions and limited access!
Every three months, the sleepy village of Tetir fills up with people and energy in order to host the popular Tetir Craft Market, an event that brings together residents and tourists alike.
St. Patrick's Day is usually celebrated in Fuerteventura, especially in the north, in Corralejo, where there is a large community of Irish residents. All of the Irish pubs in Corralejo participate in the celebration of St. Patrick's day with live music, Irish stew and of course lots of Irish beer.
Out of all the carnivals in Fuerteventura, the carnival in Corralejo is probably the most expected one of all.
The arrival of the Three Kings is an important event in the Spanish Culture, with festivities taking place in almost any city in Spain. The celebration starts on the night of 5th January, with a parade called Cabalgada de los Reyes Magos.
For many people in Europe, the Christmas season is associated with low temperatures and snow, so for those who are looking to escape the bad weather back home, Caleta de Fuste might be the perfect getaway.
Christmas in Fuerteventura is a unique experience, a mix of wonderful weather and mostly sunny days. And what's better than a sun tan in December? If you decide to spend your winter holiday here, you are lucky because there is nothing better than Christmas on the beach!
The municipality of Antigua organizes each year 2 carnivals, under the same theme: the first one is in Antigua and the second one in the popular tourist resort of Caleta de Fuste.
The carnivals are returning to Fuerteventura and the Canary Islands in general, after a long absence due to the pandemic. Gran Tarajal has announced the dates and theme for the 2022 edition of the carnival.
In 2021, the International Kite Festival in Fuerteventura will celebrate its 34th edition since it first launched in 1987. The event has started more than 30 years ago and it was simply a gathering put together by people who were passionate about kite flying and since then it has grown with each edition, into the internationally recognized event that it is now.
This year the 3rd edition of the Festival de la Tapa will take place in the municipality of Antigua in Fuerteventura, and over 20 restaurants will participate in the 2021 edition of the event.
Halloween wasn't a big thing in Fuerteventura until the recent years, when this holiday has started gaining popularity in the Canaries as well.
If you'll be in Fuerteventura at the end of October, don't miss the chance to participate in the International Blues Festival, which will last for a weekend.
The Cotilleando Festival is a cultural and artistic event, where different disciplines such as Circus, Dance, Theater, Crafts and Music are mixed in various forms in the old town of the lovely village of El Cotillo.
The 2020 edition of the Fuerteventura Windsurfing & Kitesurfing Championship was cancelled due to the pandemic, and the event was postponed for a future date in 2021.
The City Council of La Oliva has announced on their website that the upcoming celebration of Fiestas del Carmen will be held in Corralejo, from July 12 until July 18, if the epidemiological situation will allow it.
Fuerteventura is celebrating carnival season along all the other Canary Islands, with celebrations taking place all over the island, from Corralejo to Caleta de Fuste, Puerto del Rosario, Morro Jable and Costa Calma.
Puerto del Rosario is Fuerteventura's capital, so the carnival, which lasts for over 2 weeks each year, is usually attended mostly by residents and locals, not tourists.
All the municipalities in Fuerteventura are celebrating each year the carnival season and the south of the island makes no exception.
If you're planning on spending New Year's Eve in Fuerteventura this year, then you might be wondering what to expect in light of the current pandemic. Most of the large tourist resorts in Fuerteventura - Corralejo, Caleta de Fuste and Morro Jable usually have New Year's parties each year, followed by fireworks to mark the event. But this year, things will be probably be different...
FUERTEBIKE 2020 is one of the most important biking events in the Canary Islands, not just Fuerteventura, which this year will reach its 6th edition.
Come to Corralejo to enjoy the authentic atmosphere of the Oktoberfest, in a sunny location, on one of the most incredible islands in the Canaries. There will be be three days of animation that will make you live the most famous beer festival in Germany. Selection of beer, music and gastronomy specific to the region of Bavaria.
The anual Craft Fair in Fuerteventura, also known as Feria Insular de Artesania has reached its 32nd edition in 2019.
On November 11th 2018 a new edition of BAIFO Extreme, the most spectacular and longest obstacle course Fuerteventura will take place in Corralejo.
See the program of the festivities organized in Costa Calma in honor of Santa Marta.
If you'll be in Fuerteventura on holiday during the month of June, these are the events that you can attend in various towns and municipalities: from events in Corralejo, to Puerto del Rosario and even Cofete.
Corralejo and the entire municipality of La Oliva will celebrate the Canary Islands Day with a program that will have, as a main act, the Popular Canary Dance - Baile Canario - which is scheduled to happen in Plaza Patricio Calero in Corralejo, on Saturday, May 26th 2018.
The Tourism office of Puerto del Rosario - Fuerteventura, has announced a new event in the capital of the island called MarEnArt.
Fuerteventura is celebrating carnival season along all the other Canary Islands, with celebrations in all the major cities and resorts: Corralejo, Caleta de Fuste, Puerto del Rosario, Morro Jable.
A new music festival will be celebrated for the first time this year in Fuerteventura and it will be happening right in the capital of Puerto del Rosario!
The Wave Market event represents a way to bring together various activities such as gastronomy, music, fashion, accessories, decoration, kids workshops and many more.
Cultural October in the municipality of La Oliva, Fuerteventura Blues is coming to the streets of Corralejo between 19 and 21 October in an epic event that will celebrate this year its 10th Edition.
This event will take place between October 7h - October 14th in Corralejo, Fuertevetura.
Celebrated in Vega de la Rio Palmas Like every September, a complex program of activities has been prepared in Fuerteventura in order to celebrate Nuestra Senora la Virgen de La Peña.
A new edition of the Beach Party was announced this year in Caleta de Fuste by the Ayuntamiento de Antigua.
The Council of La Oliva has announced that the event Baile Canario in Corralejo for 2017 will be celebrated on 26 May, in anticipation of Dia de Canarias (30 May).
Villaverde will start celebrations in honor of San Vicente Ferrer, the patron of the local church. These festivities will last for a week and will include sports, activities for children and also live music.
Easter is a big holiday in Spain, so the Canary Islands are a popular destination for tourists during this time. There are lots of religious events in the weeks before Easter, but the most important ones happen during the Holy Week, which this year is between 10 - 16 April 2017.
Caleta de Fuste will celebrate this year the typical Sevillan fiesta with flamenco dance, music and beautiful floats. In the entire municipality of Antigua there are residents from many cultures, so it is important to celebrate diversity, especially when there's music and dancing involved.
Corralejo will start celebrating today the Invictorock 2017 Festival, where different groups and bands will perform a variety of music styles: Reggae, Ska, Punk, Rock, Heavy Metal, Folk and Rockabilly.
Every year, between the months of January and March, Fuerteventura and the rest of the islands are dressing up for party and start celebrating their first big event of the year.