Jandia

Jandia, Jandia Peninsula: Address, Jandia Reviews: 4.5/5

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DeniseJersey
Jersey39 contributions
Family
We had a lovely relaxing break and were upgraded to a beautiful sea front room ( in the family section )as it was my birthday . Fantastic kids club , Margot was especially wonderful with the children and even when we had the awful sandstorm things carried on as normal . The only downside was the main restaurant , you are segregated into family or adult zone and the family area was pretty noisy , however I suppose it’s only fair that the adults are allowed a separate place to eat .
The speciality restaurant was very nice and they were very welcoming . Lots for the children to do .There is a large supermarket opposite but nothing else around , however we hired a car and went off to explore and had a great time .
All in all very good value and a lovely hotel
Written March 16, 2020
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Mary L
15 contributions
Couples
What a shame that narrow minded people would diss those who have a live and live attitude and choose to bare all in an area that is considered to be naturist. If people don’t like naturism, young or old, choose the north of the island and leave those who remain free spirits alone to enjoy the feeling of liberation. I don’t know why one would comment on others nakedness when there’s miles of beautiful scenery to look at and enough open space to avoid the short and curlies. I’ve been going for years, fabulous locals, and a wonderful place to wind down.
Written June 17, 2022
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lee f
London, UK44 contributions
Couples
Have just spent our 2nd visit to Jandia and cannot wait to return next year. The main beaches in front of the hotels are outstanding, but the best beaches are along the stretch in between Morro jable and costa calma.We took a bus from jandia to the Los Gorriones Hotel on Sotavento Beach, which is amazing on its own, about 2km long by 1km wide and practically deserted away from the hotel, we walked along the beach thru Risco del paso, los verdes and Mal nombre, all stunning, white sand and turquoise crystal clear warm sea, very few people around, we walked all the way back to Morro Jable, about 6-7km, not as drastic as it sounds as the scenery is amazing and reminiscent of the carribean, and there are several beach bars along the way for a pit stop. A couple of days later we decided to walk again , this time from Jandia to Sotavento and were pleased to see Sotavento lagoon had flooded, this happens twice a month for about 4-5 days, and its well worth seeing, you can check the tide timetables at http://www.rene-egli.com/wind-weather/tide-table/
Jandia itself is a quiet relaxing place, theres a few shops,a dozen bars etc and a few nice restaurants in the old town area, perfect as far as im concerned, if you want a more lively place then Correlejo is more for you, the dunes there are worth a visit. Went to Caleta de fuste about 8 years ago, very good, but returned 3 years later and found the main street of bars and restaurants was like a ghost town, the bar owners place the blame on the rise of the all inclusive,shame.
Written August 20, 2012
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holidaymanWashington
Washington, UK1,921 contributions
Couples
Morro Jable or Jandia as it is generally called is a town of two halves. The first part you reach is the modern town, with all the large hotels, shops and touristy stuff. There is a long, broad, tree and flower lined promenade, adorned with a variety of strange sculptures. Beyond the promenade are miles of golden sandy beach. Street parking is available along most of the road running parallel to the promenade but as this is a bustling place, spaces are often limited. Once you reach the end of the promenade, you enter the more traditional old town, which stretches down to the port.
Written April 18, 2018
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Pete J
2 contributions
Couples
We stayed at the Princess club Jandai. The food was good quality just not great quantity. The pools were cold but the nudist session was quiet and relaxing.
I enjoyed miles of nude walking along the beach away from the main resorts. Then up the cliffs and more nude walking along the cliff sides.
Written May 27, 2018
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Raimonda S
Kaunas, Lithuania36 contributions
Couples
If you are once in Fuerteventura you MUST visit Jandia National Park and Beach - it's simply amazing. The water is crystal clear, the amazing scenery and amazing feeling afterwards.
Written July 22, 2014
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24sportstv
Swansea, UK803 contributions
Couples
Without question some of the best stretch of coastline in Fuerteventura.

It has miles of beach walking available with good beach bars, toilets and facilities are along.

The beach is spotless with good swimming conditions.

There’s plenty of shops, bars & restaurants off it with quaint old town in Morro del JABO to the right as you look at the ocean.

Well worth a visit, it’s stunning.
Written December 8, 2019
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JohnMFSweeney
Hoddesdon, UK7 contributions
Family
Really impressed with the water sports company 'Eire Tauchschule in Robinson Club Jandia Playa.' My wife and two sons were picked up by the company who took us from Club Jandia Princess Hotel and drove us to their premises at Morro Jable. They gave us very specific instructions on Snorkelling and provided all the right equipment ensuring we were confident. We were accompanied by two Scuba Divers who were there to ensure our safety along with a member of staff in a ribbed boat who kept in close contact with us. They guided us to where we could see fishes and had a great time. My wife who had never snorkelled before easily coped as the instructions had been so clear. She is determined to snorkel again. It was a great experience which we all thoroughly enjoyed. The company is a German company who all speak perfect English. It is meticulously planned and delivered. I cannot fault it in anyway.
Written October 13, 2017
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Lmsimonds
Southampton, UK36 contributions
Couples
We have just returned from a week at this hotel in Fuerteventura. The first 5 days weather was very good 30 degrees with a pleasant breeze but the last two days wind was a little unbearable.
We had a suite looking over the sea and it was utterly delightful. Separate lounge, huge bed fridge and mini bar. On the terrace we had a four poster canopy bed and two sun beds
The food was good with lots of choice even for me with gluten and dairy intolerance. The chef was wonderful and would come out and talk me through what was in dishes. However the restaurant was so hot that it spoilt meal times. The staff we encountered were helpful and cheerful and nothing was too much.
We stayed in the adult only areas of the hotel were great away from the busy areas with children.
We had a good holiday and recommend it to others.
Written September 2, 2017
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em_amy_massey
Tipton, UK18 contributions
Couples
Jandia is the most southern part of the island. White sandy beach's. A strip of shopping malls that feels never ending, from your hand made crafts, weekly African market to your designer boutiques. Jandia has it all to offer.
Temperatures reached 40 Degrees Celsius in July, so hot the soles of my shoes melted. Surfing is a must in the place with a number of surfing schools or novices to professionals all abilities are catered for.
My wife had the honour of feeding chipmunks on the beach...yes chipmunks live ont he beach so if you pay a visit be sure to take them a little food and capture amazing photos.
A beautiful holiday is promised on this island!
Written July 10, 2015
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