A municipality is a territorial administrative division, found in the Canary Islands, that groups one or various towns within it. Fuerteventura is divided into 6 municipalities (or regions).
La Oliva is a region full of history and nature, with wonderful beaches and popular for the towns of Corralejo and El Cotillo [read more].
Puerto del Rosario
Puerto del Rosario is found in the north of Fuerteventura, and its charm is found in its small villages, its valleys, and its natural settings [read more].
Betancuria is a simple and naturally beautiful municipality, located on the west face of Fuerteventura. It is the only region with fewer than 5000 inhabitants [read more].
Antigua is a municipality with wide plains, adorned with windmills and sprinkled with pretty villages. Found in the centre of Fuerteventura [read more].
Tuineje is a delightful municipality in Fuerteventura. Quiet, with excellent beaches, great hotels, and lots of traditional charm [read more].
Pájara is the most southerly municipality in Fuerteventura, where you’ll find places like Morro Jable, Costa Calma, Cofete and Sotavento [read more].
Fuerteventura divided into regions on a map: