Enjoy a spectacular holiday in a former fisherman’s house. Off the beaten track – at the southernmost location of the island in Puerto de la Cruz. Directly on the route to Punta de Jandia. There is plenty of peace and quiet in this little friendly village by the sea, which consists of two „paths“. You can reach this remote village of Morro Jable via a paved but not asphalted street, which will take you to your holiday area in about 30 minutes from Morro Jable south through a nature reserve. The drive from Morro Jable offers you spectacular views of the Atlantic and the volcanic landscape.
You are sure to find a truly individual holiday in Fuerteventura, away from the tourist infrastructure with supermarkets, bars and shooping facilities, which can be reached and used in about 30 minutes in Jandia and Morro Jable.
Directly at the sea? Maybe 5 meters. If this is not a luxury!
Would you like to enjoy a Fuerteventura holiday with as much sea as possible? On this terrace, which rests directly on the light blue Atlantic, you have sea view without end and a direct access to the beach. Where the fishermen used to work their nets and sail far out into the sea you sit today at your breakfast, lunch or dinner on your private sun terrace and feel almost far away from civilization.
It is a comfortable and modern accommodation with 2 bedrooms for a maximum of 4 persons (if 2 people and 2 small children) and a nice bathroom with washing machine. Friendly locals are around who even live here or just relax at the weekend in their old family houses by the sea. Two terraces – the roof terrace with sun loungers and the terrace underneath with table and 2 fold-out sun loungers are more highlights. Fascinating is also the small access to the sandy beach.
Here you will definitely find the absolute peace. The place offers 2 restaurants one of which is directly on the sea and with a good local Canarian cuisine and especially always fresh fish. This restaurant is also gladly visited by Cofete visitors, which here then make a small lunch break. For shopping, however, you definitely have to go to Morro Jable.