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Author: Archer - Replies: 17 - Views: 937
No hikers allowed on Mta Tindaya without an official guide
I thought you weren't allowed on Tindaya without an official guide. Tamara?

EDIT: Sorry, I had to split the tread cos the discussion went too far from Miguel de Unamuno Museum. Sam
Author: TamaraEnLaPlaya - Replies: 1 - Views: 308
Days passes without footprints by La Oliva
From RTVAguaCabra:

Days Passes Without Footprint By La Oliva


Or popcorn, or threads, or cotufas are fossil algae ... The "Days Go By La Oliva No Footprint" promote majorero protect the secrets of the landscape

The Department of Tourism of the City of La Oliva yesterday organized a talk with experts from this campaign, which continues with more activities aimed at residents and tourists

On the north coast of Fuerteventura there is a beach that has gone v