Majorero cheese is a Canarian cheese produced across Fuerteventura and made with milk from the Majorera goat, which is native to the island. Production of the cheese is a deeply-rooted activity with a great tradition on the island, having won numerous national and international awards and recognition.
The Majojero Cheese Museum is a different way to get to know Fuerteventura, divided into different spaces that you can explore, from the volcanic origins of the island to its mountains, the flora, the fauna, and its link with livestock farming. Here, you’ll discover the strong link between the island and the Majorera goat, the peculiarities of Fuerteventura’s biodiversity, the importance of the Majorera goat in feeding the island’s inhabitants over the centuries, and how Majorero cheese has become a part of the island’s identity.
As a finishing touch to the visit, you’ll find a space dedicated to tasting, where you can savour the many charms of Majorero cheese.
The Majojero Cheese Museum is open from Monday to Sunday, between 10am and 6pm.
- Adults: €4 | Children (under 11): €2.50 | Up to 3 years old: Free