The Morro Velosa viewpoint is in Betancuria, in inland Fuerteventura. It is one of the island’s most popular viewpoints, from which you can see a large part of the north and centre of the island.
To the north, popular locations like El Cotillo and Tindaya mountain are outlined on the horizon; to the south, we can see Antigua and the island’s inland villages. All this is thanks to being found in a privileged location, between the Macizo de Betancuria (Betancuria Massif) and the Valle de Santa Inés (Santa Inés Valley), at almost 700 metres in altitude.
The viewpoint was designed by the Canarian artist and architect César Manrique and has an excellent cafeteria, which is ideal to rest and eat something while taking in Fuerteventura’s arid landscape.
You’ll find Morro Velosa very close to the town of Betancuria.