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Found on the southwest peninsula of Fuerteventura, Jandia is a paradise for even the most demanding of beach resort lovers. With its near-never-ending supply of brilliant white sand located at the bottom of the Pico de la Zarza mountain range, Jandia has everything you could ask for out of beach vacation.
As the resort town has grown over the past few years, it is ended up merging with a few neighbouring towns including Morro Jable. This merger has ended up benefiting the allure of the resort, as the claim old town and harbour of Morro Jable make for beautiful juxtaposition when compared to all of the more modern hotels, restaurants/bars night life hot spots that are scattered throughout Jandia.
The fast expansion of the resort has also done wonders for Jandia's beach, as it now stretches out over 32 km, passing over dunes, around tranquil turquoise lagoons, and followed the entire way by a long and winding promenade. While there is plenty of real estate for groups of friends, family or even just couples to set up shop with an umbrella and a beach towel and enjoy a nice quiet day on the beach, the warm breeze that washes and over the water creates a perfect atmosphere for windsurfers, and kite-surfers to do their thing along the shoreline, as well. Jandia is truly a place of wondrous juxtaposition in every aspect of life.
Morro Jable, the old fishing village that was taken over by tourism, is now home to some of the area’s best seafood restaurants, and some of the most decadent fish dishes in all of Fuerteventura. Morro Jable harbour also offers catamaran cruises, upon which you stand a great chance of catching a glimpse of schools of dolphins as they play out at sea. Jandia, as well as a good chunk of the south-east peninsula of Fuerteventura is part of the national park Parque National de Jandia. The entire park is made up of rare flora and fauna (catching a glimpse of Egyptian vultures and kestrels it is a distinct possibility here.) A trip to the park is not only an unbelievably beautiful day trip for the sights and scenes along, but here you can also navigate the slopes of Pico de la Zarza, adding real adventure to your beach vacation.
For more fun on the sea, even your family can hop aboard The Pedra Santana for some swashbuckling fun. The ship is a real Spanish schooner, complete with a towering masts and art paint wood work. This is the perfect day trip to allow the adults to sit back and relax out on the beautiful sea, while the children get fully immersed in all of the pirate fun including hoisting the sail, treasure hunts and other sorts of pirate games. These day trips include swimming times and lunch, so there's nothing to worry about.
Because Jandia has the typical Mediterranean climate, you can expect the weather to really stick to heat up around May highs in the mid-20s, while temperatures really start to peak in July to August.