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My friend and I have been staying in El Cotillo and every person we have spoken to has recommended we visit the lighthouse, it’s museum and cafe! We decided we’d give this a go, the walk along the seafront took approximately an hour an a...More
My wife and I visited this lighthouse a couple of times during our stay in Fuerteventura. It houses the Museum Of Traditional Fishing. Both times it was closed however it's in a great location for wandering on the rocks and having a look in the...More
Whilst staying in corraleco we decided to have a day trip to El Cotillo for lunch. Whilst there we went to the lighthouse which is also a museum. It is good to just walk around and sit and watch the sea. Really beautiful place just...More
This was a second visit for us to the lighthouse near El Cotillo and the second time we could not get up the tower! We did get into the building this time to see the Traditional Fishing Museum (entry fee €3) but the lighthouse was...More
The road to the lighthouse is well made tarmac although narrow in places. Plenty of parking at the lighthouse.
The museum is interesting but all the information boards are in Spanish. You are given a book with all the information in, in English to read...More
Although the Lighthouse was closed, we enjoyed the drive along the coast road from Corralejo. The views are amazing. We stopped and watched the Wind Surfers, which was such a sight. We must return when the Lighthouse is open. By the way the coast road...More
It was our first stop touring the island for a day. We had a coffee there at the small cafe and sat outside enjoying the ocean. A quite windy spot where you can search for fossiles. I love the colors of the lighthouse and the...More
This large, impressive, red and white lighthouse, is in need of a lick of paint. The sizeable building incorporates a museum, gift shop and cafe, though why as a public building, it closes on a Monday, is a mystery. You can also see the smaller...More