Peninsula of Jandía

IN THE SOUTH OF FUERTEVENTURA

The Jandía Peninsula is a peninsula located at the southern end of the island of Fuerteventura . It has white sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters and a beautiful promenade that offers an excellent gastronomic offer. 

The well-known Playa del Matorral is about 4 kilometers long and is located next to a promenade full of shops, leisure centers and restaurants. It also has a protected wetland for its scientific interest, the Saladar de Jandía , where birds land and the most interesting saltwater resistant vegetation resides.

The Matorral lighthouse , visible from anywhere on the beach, divides the nudist area (north of the lighthouse) from the textile one (the closest to the town) in two, and it is also an enclave of ten to watch the sunset. Nearby is also the Mal Nombre beach, clean and quiet, where you will practically be alone; and Butihondo beach, with golden sand with some beach bars where you can recharge your batteries. Morrojable is a very picturesque fishing village, located a few meters from the Port of Morrojable, which has banks, supermarkets, and cafes just 50 meters from Igramar Morrojable . Fuerteventura has all the climatic factors so you can enjoy playing sports in a natural setting where you can breathe fresh air.

Morro Jable

Visit the village and the Port of Morro Jable

Without a doubt, you will find the best views in the church of Nuestra Señora del Carmen, founded in 1992, from where you can see a panoramic view of the entire beach and the lighthouse.

Although it is a tourist-oriented city, walking through the old town brings back memories of that traditional and calm air so typical of the towns by the sea. Do not hesitate to stroll around, stop for a coffee or listen to the buskers on the terraces, with the waves crashing in the background.

Come to the port of Morro Jable, from where ferries, merchandise and local fishermen leave, and where stingrays live that are often seen. In the old town of Morro Jable you will find most of the town’s restaurants. Being by the sea, fresh and quality fish is guaranteed, and don’t forget to order some good wrinkled potatoes with mojo to accompany it.

What to do in Morro Jable?

More about Fuerteventura...

Did you know that Fuerteventura is a place with history?

Several historians claim that Fuerteventura was a place of refuge for Germans during World War II. A German engineer, Gustav Winter, arrives in the Canary Islands in the 1920s, powers an electric power plant in Las Palmas and discovers in the vicinity of Fuerteventura a desert place to build a mansion that with the outbreak of World War II transforms into a secret military base.

There, thanks to a system of volcanic cavities connected to the sea, the Nazi submarines that are engaged in sinking the allied ships in the Atlantic are resupplied and, when the defeat of the Third Reich is imminent, Criminals undergo plastic surgery to avoid recognition before fleeing to South America. That is, in short, the legend that surrounds the so-called Villa Winter.

Where to find us

Peatonal la Gaviota s/n 35625 - Morro del Jable - Fuerteventura - Las Palmas - España

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E: morro@igramar.com
T: +34 928 16 64 23

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