With its spectacular surroundings and laid-back pace, holidays to Jandia are ideal for those looking for a much-needed dose of rest and relaxation. Located on the south coast of the Canary Island of Fuerteventura, Jandia is abundant in beauty and relaxed charm. A stylish resort jam-packed with a number of luxury 5-star hotels, there are some particularly picturesque places to stay, with great all-inclusive options for those looking for a luxury getaway. Perfect for romantic retreats or quiet family breaks, Jandia holidays aim to cater for a variety of tastes – whether you’d rather spend it lazing on the beach or exploring the surrounding area, with the beautiful town of Corralejo located nearby.
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- Time Zone: GMT +
- Average flight time: 4h 10m
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Beyond the Beach
Its sandy beach is the main draw on holidays in Jandia, with over 17 kilometres of glorious sand dunes and lagoons providing a peaceful setting for your break. While holidaymakers might like to spend their time reading a book or strolling along the shoreline, there are some more high-octane activities available for those with an adventurous streak, with a great range of water sports available.
Jandia is located next to the tallest mountain on the island of Fuerteventura, Pico de la Zarza, which makes for an exhilarating climb if you relish the challenge. Work up a sweat as you hike to the top – you’ll be rewarded with stunning panoramic views.
If you fancy shimmying into a wetsuit on your Jandia holidays, you’ll be welcomed to a wealth of water sports. Caleta de Fuste is located nearby and boasts plenty of diving and sailing schools for keen beginners, while Jandia is the best place to partake in a spot of swimming.
Enjoy Your Stay
If you are looking to explore the island on your holidays in Jandia, you’ll have the option to hire a car and head to the north coast where you can take a day trip by boat to Lanzarote, or to the idyllic island of Los Lobos. Why not take a visit to Jandia National Park for a day away from the beach, or head to Morro Jable, a traditional fishing village?