Isle of Fuerteventura

Jandia, Fuerteventura

Holidays in Fuerteventura - one of the most popular places for holidays

Map Jandia, Fuerteventura

Playa de Jandia and its location in Fuerteventura

The peninsula Jandia is situated in the south of the Canary Island Fuerteventura and includes the tourist areas of Playas de Jandia and Costa Calma as well as the little harbour Morro Jable.

In this area you can also find the highest mountain of Fuerteventura which is called Pico de Zarza.
You can go to Fuerteventura at any time because climate is very soft, sun is shining but not too hot and you can always feel a soft breeze of wind on you skin.

Attractions and activities in Jandia

One of the most popular reasons for holidays in Jandia are the wonderful long and sandy beaches. There you can swim, dive and do water sports as well as relax. If you want to discover Jandia in the evening you can perfectly walk along the long street upon the beach, visit the nice shops or have a drink in one of the bars, cafés and restaurants.

Water sports in Jandia

Jandia offers a lot of water sport centres like diving stations, water skiing or swim schools so you can discover the living beings in the water and get a great change from relaxing and enjoying the warm sun.

Hotels in Jandia

Jandia offers a lot of very nice and newly built hotels with great gardens and swimming pools as well as lots of activities for kids. German holidaymakers love Playa de Jandia, so most of the hotels are visited by Germans and are very well adapted to German's behaviour and to things that are loved by German tourists.

Sights not far away from Jandia

The Canary Island Fuerteventura offers a lot of attractions and spare time possibilities which are not too far away from Jandia. Going by car or bike you can visit the dunes of El Jable near Corralejo and watch the sunset there. Furthermore, there are a lot of museums and cultural centres in the near of Jandia as well as great markets where products from the Canary Islands are sold. In the north of the island, in a village called Villaverde, you can go to the underground and have a look at the fascinating building from volcanic rocks.