Holidays to Playas de Jandia
Set at the foot of the Pico de la Zarza mountain range, Jandia is top of the league for scenery. With its sweeping expanse of white sand and gleaming turquoise waters, it's a beach destination of the highest order. Even at peak times, you can find a quiet spot that makes you feel as if you have the whole beach to yourself. It joins the former fishing village of Morro Jable, which provides a contrast to the modern hotels and restaurants.
Playa de Mattoral
Salt marshes lie between the road and main beach. The lighthouse divides the non-naturist beach from the nudist area.
Regarded by many as the best beach on Fuerteventura, the popular Sotavento's soft white sand is breathtaking.
Museum of Traditional Fishing
Learn more about Fuerteventura's fishing industry at this museum, which borders the ocean.
This lighthouse is perched atop a cliff overlooking the oceaon - it's quite a drive to get there, but well worth it.
Oasis Park Fuerteventura
Reptiles, sea lions and birds of prey are the main stars of the park and visitors can explore the botanical garden.
Corralejo is perfect if you fancy trying your hand at a mix of watersports activities.
Traditional Canarian cuisine
The wrinkled salty potatoes dipped in sauces are delicious, veggies can also try potaje de berros, a chickpea hotpot.
Because many of the holidaymakers who come here are German, you'll find that this is reflected on the menus here.
Bars on the prom
Spanish and German bars are located behind the beach. They serve up a mix of live music, classic tunes and karaoke.
Some of the hotels and bars have salsa and merengue dancing. Learn some nifty moves to impress your friends with.
When To Go
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