Separated from the rest of the island, The Jandia peninsula is located in the south of Fuerteventura and is easily reached via a major motorway. The peninsula is a nature reserve and is renowned for having the best beaches on the island. The nature reserve is home to protected wildlife and plants and is surrounded by white rolling dunes and stunning lagoons. This beautiful area of Fuerteventura is a firm favorite with honeymooners, couples and families looking for quiet and relaxing holidays amidst stunning scenery.
The island of Fuerteventura has over 125 miles of golden sandy beaches. Jandia offers over 12 miles of coastline with beautiful white sandy beaches which in some places are over half a mile wide. There are smaller less accessible secluded beaches along the coastline but these can only be reached by jeep or 4 wheel drive vehicles.
Developed into a Popular Tourist Destinations
Home to the resorts of Costa Calma and Morro Jable, Jandia has developed into a popular tourist destination with large hotels catering for all types of visitor. Spread along the coast on the Playa de Sotavento, Costa Calma is very popular with German tourists and has a beautiful beach where the sand gently shelves into the Atlantic. The swimming conditions here are perfect. Just south of Costa
Calma is the resort of Morro Jable
Once a small fishing village the resort is becoming increasingly popular with holidaymakers looking for last-minute holiday deals to Fuerteventura. With all types of accommodation from luxury hotels to welcoming lodges, Morro Jable has a promenade lined with restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops. The Playa del Matorral beach here is along an expanse of beautiful white sand with a lighthouse which signifies the start of the nudist section of the beach.
A perfect windsurfing spot, Jandia hosts the …