The Antigua municipality of Las Palmas is on Fuerteventura Island. Fuerteventura Island is part of the Grand Canary Islands. Las Palmas, the region, incorporates the islands of Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and Costa Antigua. In the city of Las Palmas you can see St. Anne’s Cathedral with its 19th century exterior and Gothic interior. You can go to the Columbus Museum or the Atlantic Center for Modern Art. You can go to Las Palmas Timfaya National Park on the island of Lanzarote or you may decide to visit Caleta de Fuste(s). If you decide to visit the region, make plans to stay for more than a weekend in Caleta de Fuste and its surrounding area. Not only is there a lot to see and many things to do in Caleta de Fuste, but it can act as a base for further exploration of the Canary Islands. Caleta de Fuste tourism tends to concentrate on the town’s beaches. Caleta de Fuste attractions are the horse-shoe-shaped Playa Castello de Caleta. Other sights include the marina. This is why things to do in Caleta de Fuste consist of water sports activities. You can also play golf at one of two golf courses, go shopping along the main street or go to Caleta de Fustes, a Martello tower in the main harbor. For more culture, go to the Molino de Anitgua Cultural Center.