Jandia Fuerteventura

Even the fussiest of beach freaks will uncover it hard to discover fault with holidays in Jandia. The stylish resort of Jandia on the south east coast of Fuerteventura features probably one of the biggest and most remarkable beaches you'll ever see. stretching for over 20 miles, boardered by clear marine seas and benefiting from refreshing Atlantic breezes, it's the splendid place for sun-seekers, windsurfers, water-skiers, surfers and kite surfers. It's little wonder that they flock here in droves to doze on the sands and ride the waves, but of course with 20 miles of beach there is enough space for everybody. There is also a gorgeous backdrop of vast mountains and blue skies that looks a bit like a movie-set.

Jandia itself is the name given to the peninsula on the south western end of Fuerteventura. It stretches. The resort of Jandia is the commonly used name for Playas de Jandia, however the wider Jandia region actually stretches from Costa Calma at the northern end of the Jandia peninsula, though Playas de Jandia through several small resorts down to the fishing port of Morro Jable. The Jandia area also contains the highest place on Fuerteventura which is called Pico de Zarza. At one time Jandia was actually an island off Fuerteventura but huge sand deposits eentually linked the two landmasses resulting in one of the longest, and some would say the best beaches in the world.

Even though holidays to Jandia in Fuerteventura are mainly focussed on beach activities, there's still loads of other options to keep you entertained. The resort offers an array of tax-free beach shops, plus the main resort has quite a few lively bars and also some nightspots to keep you busy when the sun goes down. And for daytime excursions, you could visit the traditional fishing village of Morro Jable or treck through the wilderness of the Jandia National Park, both of which are within easy range from Jandia resort. The energetic vistors might be up for a hike to the highest place in Fuerteventura at Pico de Zarza, though in total the could take you about 5 hours for the round trip so is not for the faint hearted or anybody whose fitness is questionable. The views from the top are however striking and unforgetable.

Fuerteventura is truely a year round destination so if you're planning a couple of weeks away in the summer or a discounted, low season or last-minute holiday you will usually be able to discover some tempting late deals. And then there are also an abundance of all-inclusive options and there are some up market hotels in Jandia as well. if you are seeking a family-friendly hotel then Hotel Club Jandia Princess could be your ideal choice. Or how about booking a Platinum breaks for a superb or romantic holiday at the excellent Hotel Fuerteventura Princess? Whatever you are looking for in a Jandia holiday check out the deals we have found for you in our holiday price checker panel.

Whenever you are seeking for unseasonal sunshine and a place to kick back and forget the daily grind then Jandia on Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands certainly could tick all your holiday boxes. Jandia offers the prospect of year round sunshine so it is a superb resort to escape our poor climate and the daily grind of life at home.

Jandia can be found on Fuerteventura, which is only one of the volcanic islands that are known as the Canary Islands. The Canaries are positioned nearer to Africa than the European mainland. Because of Fuerteventura's southern latitude the weather on on Fuerteventura is nice all year round. Throughout the winter months a daytime high of around 22C with an overnight low of about 15C. In the summer you can expect a daytime high of approximately 35C and an average low of approximately 20C. The warm temperatures at all times of year is the reason why Fuerteventura is also known as The Island of Eternal Spring. So if you are looking to top up your sun tan in Autumn, Winter or Spring then Jandia in Fuerteventura might be exactly the destination you need.

Geologically Fuerteventura island is the most ancient island in the Canary Islands. It is known to date back approximately 20 million years when it was formed by volcanic activity. Most of Fuerteventura is however believed to have been formed approximately 5 million years ago. since formation it has been gradually weathered by wind, weather and Atlantic ocean. Very little volcanic activity has been recorded in Fuerteventura during the last 4,000 years.