Morro Jable and Jandía
What was once a small fishing village, Morro Jable has now grown into one of the biggest holiday resorts for German tourists on the island.
The miles of golden beaches and clear blue seas, shops, bars and restaurants of attract thousands of tourists each year. However, despite all the tourist growth, the old village has kept a vice-like grip on its original charm.
There is a quaint harbour in the west of the town which is used by locals and you can still escape the outside world by taking a stroll along the promenade, or by checking out one of the local beaches. This is a growing resort.
Jandía is renowned for its breathtaking beaches… and it is easy to find a spot with nobody nearby, if you wish to gain an all-over tan.
This area is very popular with those seeking sports combining water and wind. It is highly recommended for those seeking a Canarian holiday away from the more hectic resorts elsewhere.