Fuerteventura is characterised for being an island with small population centres scattered throughout the area, including its capital Puerto del Rosario, which can be toured completely on foot. It's also true that the place is one of the most obvious tourist destinations, which can complicate finding somewhere to eat, if you want to avoid something excessively touristic. This is why we recommend that you visit other areas such as Avenida Marítima or Avenida de los Reyes de España, after you have visited the historic centre. At these places, you'll find different bars and restaurants offering tasty and excellent traditional cuisine. For example, Bar Los Paragüitas in the market is an institution in the city, so don't leave here without trying their dish which is prepared with fish and chickpeas, as it's a purely Majorero dish. Meat, fish, and shellfish are offered here in a first-class atmosphere.
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