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The island of outlaws and surfers

The perfect holiday island for all stoners who want to have their peace and quiet.
Fuerteventura doesn't have a big cannabis club scene, but it does have a few very good CSC's. Our Cannabis Concierge will be happy to show you the highlights of the island on one of our Cannabis Club Tours!

Let's start with our CSC in Corralejo
which is known for its wide range
of exclusive weed varieties, edibles and extracts.
All the weed is grown and processed by
the Cannabis Club itself. Dry sift hash and wax
are regularly on the menu here
at fair dispensing fees.

 This CSC has a very hospitable atmosphere
and a lot of attention has been paid to
the interior design. Furthermore,
you can get freshly tapped beer and
original Italian espresso here! 

The east is known for its rather quiet coast,

The cannabis scene in Fuerteventura is
all the more active there. 

Of course also because the capital

Puerto del Rosario with several cannabis clubs.
The best CSC in the east, however, is about
40km south of the capital.

When you enter the cannabis club, you immediately notice that quality is important here, because
the stylish design is unique for Fuerteventura!
Most of the weed here is organically grown and
give it away for a moderate fee.

In the south, we have picked out a small but
fine cannabis club for you. There you will definitely
get the best weed in Fuerteventura,

most varieties are grown indoors,
partly in aeroponic systems and with the
latest LED technology!

But also the homemade hash (mostly Iceolater)
will blow your mind. Moderate dispensing fees
round off the whole thing!

Now we come to the absolute
highlight of the island,

If you are looking for the best
cannabis club in Fuerteventura,

you should take a trip to the wild west.

There is a multi-award winning cannabis club
waiting for you, which is known for its
cannabis extracts, and of course the weed varieties
in this CSC will also convince you.

The dispensing fees may be a little above the usual average, but are perfectly acceptable for the quality!

The name of the beautiful island of Fuerteventura translates as:




Action-loving adrenaline freaks get their money's worth here. Whether it's surfing, windsurfing

or kitesurfing on the water, or rather riding a MTB,

quad or buggy through the desert and

volcanic landscapes.

Those who like it a little quieter will be pleased

with the many public beach volleyball facilities,

but the network of hiking trails on the island

is also well developed and

offers breathtaking routes. 


The indigenous people of Fuerteventura

are called Majoreros, and are known

for their elaborate dances such as the Sequidilla,

the cultivation of vegetables under the

harshest conditions, their aloe vera products

and their beloved goat cheese.

The cuisine is typically Canarian and

is characterised by lots of fish and seafood,

mojo sauces, Canarian boiled potatoes, stews and,

of course, goat. Our culinary expert recommends

fried goat cheese with original palm honey

as a dessert. The Salinas del Carmen near

Caleta de Fuste received the award

"Best Salt of the Canaries" last year for

their salt flowers (Fleur de Sal)!


In terms of landscape, there is a lot to discover

on Fuerteventura, old estates and manor houses,

aloe vera and goat farms

characterise the image of the island just as much as the white dream beaches & the Jandia National Park

in the south, or the sleepy fishing village of

El Cotillo & the dunes of Corralejo in the north.

From where you have a magnificent view of the neighbouring islands of Lanzarote and

the uninhabited island of Los Lobos.

If you like a rough coast, the west coast with its strong surf, steep cliffs, pirate caves and bizarre rock formations is the place to be and

you will be rewarded with the most

spectacular sunsets. 

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