Morro Jable Vacation Guide

Morro Jable is one of the biggest areas for German tourists on the island.  So you will see a lot of signs in German as well as in Spanish.   Morro Jable has something for everyone. The miles of golden beaches and clear blue seas, shops, bars and restaurants attract thousands of tourists each year.  Despite all the tourism the old village still remains intact and there is a quaint harbor in the west of the town which is used by local fishermen and yachtsmen and you can still escape the hustle and bustle should you wish to take a leisurely walk along the promenade or check out one of the local beaches.  Some of the beaches here are the longest and most beautiful in the Canary Islands stretching 35km and there’s plenty to do for the water sports enthusiast from jet skiing to windsurfing.  Its also possible to take a boat over to the neighboring island of Gran Canaria.  Our Morro Jable Vacation Guide will give you all you need to plan a beautiful beach vacation here.  Visit all the beautiful beaches of Fuerteventura here.


Over the course of a year, the temperature typically varies from 59°F to 80°F and is rarely below 54°F or above 85°F.  The warm season lasts from June 29 to October 13 with an average daily high temperature above 78°F. The hottest day of the year is July 30, with an average high of 80°F and low of 71°F.  The cold season lasts from December 15 to March 12 with an average daily high temperature below 70°F. The coldest day of the year is January 22, with an average low of 59°F and high of 68°F.


There is only one airport on the Island of Fuerteventura, the Fuerteventura Airport.  It is 51 miles from the Fuerteventura Airport to Morro Jable.  To create a fair watch, go to AirFareWatchDog which will alert you when the flights are going down in price.  Also check my airfare tips on how to make sure you are getting the lowest fare.  For finding the lowest fare, go to CheapFlights.  I find them to be the best for flight comparison, and getting the best deal if you are ready to purchase.  Once you have your airfare, make sure you reserve your airport parking ahead of time.  You can  Save On Airport Parking and not have the last minute hassle (been there) of trying to get parking reserved.

Fuerteventura Airport

Transportation from Airport

If you are not going to rent a car, you will have to secure transportation.  I recommend doing this before you leave for your flight to Morro Jable.  There are a lot of choices for airport transfers to Morro Jable.  You can easily reserve your transfer for to and from the airport online.  The best companies to reserve your airport transfer with is Suntransfers, Holiday Taxis, or Hoppa.  All three are equally good.  Sometimes, one of them is running a promotion, so it pays to check all three for pricing.

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Low, low prices without sacrificing great service. No charges apply to debit or credit card payments. Booking online is easy and only takes 5 minutes. Changes and cancellations are free of charge up to 48 hours before the transfer. They have 24/7 customer service. You can visit them online to reserve your transfer at Suntransfers.

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When you arrive into Fuerteventura Airport, you’ll be keen to be on your way to your destination in Morro Jable without delay. When you’ve pre-booked a reliable Fuerteventura Airport airport transfer with, you can rest assured of getting your trip off to the very best of starts.  You can visit them online to reserve your transfer at Holiday Taxis.

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Book your Morro Jable transfers with hoppa, and we’ll help to take the stress out of your journey, allowing you to begin your holiday as soon as your plane hits the runway.  Booking your transfers from Fuerteventura Airport to Morro Jable is easy with our simple online booking process, meaning you can arrive happy and start your holiday sooner.  You can visit them online to reserve your transfer at Hoppa.

Rental Car

CICAR has 9 car hire offices on the island, the most important Fuerteventura Airport; and in major tourist areas. They have a wide variety of vehicles, economic, compact, 4×4, station wagon, convertibles, luxury cars, etc …Make your booking with confirmation in real time, and enjoy their quality of service guaranteed by their Tourism Awards.  Visit Cicar and and secure your Morro Jable car rental. Free services include:

  • Insurance is 100% full comprehensive, without excess.
  • Airport taxes
  • Unlimited mileage
  • Second driver
  • Changing reservations
  • Hotel delivery
  • Child seats & booster seats
  • Free maps & audioguides
  • Taxes (VAT)
  • Without excess

Things To Do

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On Board of the Magic Catamaran, a 24 meter long Luxury-Catamaran you will be able to enjoy a fantastic day at sea. Sailing down the south along the impressive volcanic coastline of Fuerteventura, we set anchor in an idyllic bay and whilst you get the chance to jump in the crystal-clear water of the Atlantic Ocean and go fishing, the crew will prepare a freshly made Canarian menu for you.  The menu consists of grilled chicken, salad, bread and Canarian potatoes with Mojo-Sauce. In addition you have a free choice of wine, beer, soft drinks and water, which will be offered during your time on board.  For more information call 34 928 150 248 or visit Canary Boat Trips.

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Welcome to Surfers Island Fuerteventura! 365 days a year gorgeous beaches and turquoise water invite you to do surfing, kiteboarding, catamaran sailing and stand-up paddling. Their team of qualified and certified instructors offers you the possibility to try different water sports or practice your favorite sports at one of the best spots of the island. No matter if you are beginner, advanced or pro – they bring you to the next level.  For more information call 34 928 166 349 or visit Surfers Island.

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Join them to enjoy the incredible feeling of riding a wave.  Discover and practice surfing and paddle boarding year round in the sweetness of a moderate climate and water.  Take advantage of white sand beaches and turquoise blue waters on Jandia’s peninsula in southern Fuerteventura.  Practice in an exceptional natural environment.  For more information call 34 680 33 34 52 or visit Blue Motion Surf.

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Would you like to spend a wonderful day? Prepare to live new sensations and experiences with any of their excursions, including the Odyssee 3, jet ski, deep sea fishing, quads & buggies, kayak, snorkel, and banana boats.  All of this on the beautiful island of Fuerteventura and its crystalline water.  All activities are directed and supervised by their professional and qualified staff.  For more information call 34 616 43 71 84 or visit Jet Ski Tour Jandia.

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Take a ferry from Morro Jable to Tenerife or Gran Canaria.  Explore more of the Canary Islands.  Naviera Armas have been operating ferry services since the 1940’s and have become one of the most frequently used transportation services operating between the Canary Islands.  In the Canary Islands, ferries operate between Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, La Gomera, El Hierro and La Palma.  For more information visit Naviera Armas.


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$$$$  Marabu

Here you will find cozy country-style rooms, the beautiful garden terrace where you can enjoy the Mediterranean cuisine with a good bottle of wine and candlelight or a cool beer under the stars and open sky.  Imagine a sunken little oasis, with palm trees and sails sheltering you from the wind and the occasional rain, candles everywhere and background music that manages to be unobtrusive. Add in professional staff, who simply know they are good, and will bring stunning food to your table with effortless ease and grace.  Best restaurant on the island!  For information call 34 928 544098 or visit Marabu.

$  Bar La Parada

Although the small menu here is translated into several languages, the voices around you are almost all Canarian.  The La Parada menu offering retains a few favorite crowd pleasers with a fresh spin, and new restaurant signature dishes have been added namely the smoked tomato salad, seared sesame crusted tuna, pork belly and the heavenly apple and walnut donut dessert topped with a coconut macaron. Senekal ensures that he maintains and showcases the natural flavours of the freshest ingredients – all sauces, dressings and desserts are all made in-house.  For more information visit Bar La Parada.

$  La Bodega de Jandia

With legs of ham hanging from the ceiling and vocal locals shouting out their orders, this place has more atmosphere than the tourist restaurants along the seafront. Canarian specialties like ropa vieja and mousse de gofio feature or on Sunday you can enjoy a plate of paella at a table in the cobbled, pedestrian street.  For more information visit La Bodega de Jandia.

$$$  Waikiki Restaurant Snack Grill

The Waikiki Restaurant Grill Snack Bar of Morro Jable located on the avenue of Morro Jable, was opened in 2013 as an alternative to enjoy a meal on the beach with a modern and simple décor. This restaurant is the brother of the Waikiki Beach Club of Corralejo, offering all kinds of products to satisfy all customers, from hamburgers to a fresh filet of Fuerteventura, all accompanied by a great selection of local and international drinks. For more information call 34 928 541 017 or visit Waikiki Restaurant Snack Bar.

$$  Piccola Italia Ristorante

Giovanni Paolini’s goal was to open a truly authentic Italian restaurant in Manchester, NH. “We wanted to build a place that represented what we envisioned as Italian cuisine. A place where people could come to eat, enjoy their surroundings and feel right at home. “We treat every customer as a family member so we invite you to experience Piccola Italia Ristorante today!”  For more information call 603-770-1403 or visit Piccola Italia Ristorante.

Bars & Nightlife

El Navegante

Anyone who has ever been to the Canary Islands and appreciates good cocktails should know that the “locals” are not always famous for their cocktails.  But here, you can have any drink mixed that you desire.  The ambience is very nice and the service is friendly.  Watch sports on the rooftop, listen to music, live bands, and a DJ.  For more information call 34 687 833 222 or visit them on Yelp.

Boot & Ball British Sports Bar

Really great Bar with absolutely tasty food offerings.  Feel welcomed and relaxed.  Get beer tastings and try something new.  Try the Snake Bite drink. For more information visit them on Yelp.


Sit here in the evening, enjoy a cold beer, listen to the sound of the ocean, watch the sun go down and the vacationers walk along the promenade.  Perfect location, great beer selection and reasonable prices.  For more information call 34 928 166 477 or visit them on Facebook.

Surf Inn Jandia S L

This bar is located in a shopping center where tourists, locals, surfers and beach goers meet.  Come enjoy a drink at the Surf Inn.  For more information call 34 928 542 272 or visit them on Yelp.

Bar Oasis

Passing by the Turtle Nursery, you come to this bar.  You will find a good selection at cocktails at the Bar Oasis. From the visitors’ viewpoint, the staff is good here. On Facebook, this place has a lot of user reviews and a 4.6 star rating, which means the place is highly popular and worth visiting.  For more information call 34 928 540 301 or visit them on Facebook.

Top Morro Jable Hotels

MUR Faro Jandia Fuerteventura & Spa

This property is a 6-minute walk from the beach. Overlooking Jandía lighthouse on Fuerteventura, the Faro Jandía is just 1,000 feet from the beach and offers swimming pools and a free spa. All the rooms have a balcony with views either of the Atlantic Ocean, the garden, or the pool.  The large outdoor pool has a whirlpool and is heated during the winter. The spa includes a sauna, Turkish baths and pebble pool, as well as a hot tub and sensations shower. The hotel has tennis courts and a modern gym.  There are activities for children throughout the day, and special evenings with live music are also organized. Next to the children’s pool and the playground, there is also a terrace with loungers for sunbathing.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit MUR Faro Jandia Fuerteventura & Spa.

IFA Altamarena Hotel

Located right on the seafront, the hotel overlooks the long Jandía beach, considered one of the best beaches in Europe, allowing guests to enjoy the peaceful and relaxing seaside atmosphere.  At the same time, the hotel has the advantage of being just a few minutes from the town of Morro Jable, where you will find a good selection of restaurants, shops and leisure activities.  There is also a swimming pool set in the middle of a tropical garden. Here, families can enjoy the charm of the island and a wide range of entertainment and leisure activities. For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit IFA Altamarena Hotel.

Sol Jandía Mar

This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. Sol Jandía Mar are located in Morro del Jable, on Fuerteventura’s south coast. 500 feet from Jandía Beach, the complex has 2 swimming pools, squash courts and a supermarket.  Surrounded by greenery, all Sol Jandía Mar apartments have a private balcony or terrace, most of which have panoramic views. They consist of a bedroom, lounge area, kitchen and bathroom. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.  The hotel’s buffet-style restaurant serves breakfasts and dinners. There is also a pool bar and a German-style bierkeller bar, open in the evenings with music and entertainment.  The Sol Jandía Mar puts on a varied entertainment program for children and adults. Other facilities include a petanca court, a table tennis table and a giant chess set.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit Sol Jandia Mar.

Villas Monte Solana

This property is a 7-minute walk from the beach. Villas Monte Solana are design apartments, with a shared outdoor swimming pool and a spa. They are just 1,300 feet from Jandia Beach, in southern Fuerteventura.  Each spacious apartment has 2 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and a living room. The well-equipped kitchen has a hob, a fridge and a kettle. All apartments have 2 large terraces, one of them with sea views. Villas feature terraces and sea views.  The Monte Solana apartments are a short walk from the fishing village of Morro del Jable. There are ferry connections to other Canary Islands. The complex also offers free private parking.  The Monte Solana spa has a sauna, Hammam and Turkish bath. Massages are also available. For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit Villas Monte Solana.


  1. Aaron

    Interesting read, definitely somewhere I can see myself going for vacation. I see you touched on how beautiful the beach is, however can the beach be enjoyed by different age groups? Is nudity something you can expect to see regularly at the beach? Overall though would you recommend this place for young adults?

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      This beach is for everyone, couples and families. You will not see nudity here. There are beaches for just that, I did not include any in my review though 🙂 But yes, awesome place for young adults.

  2. Daphne

    Awesome post and destination it sounds like a beautiful place to go for my next vacations. I never heard of this place before but I’m glad I found your post because I will now put it on my bucket list. Do you know if they talk in English also or if it is mostly German and Spanish? Thanks

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      The speak in all three languages 🙂 Morro Jable beaches are beautiful, and there is so much culture and beauty here. Thanks for visiting Beach Travel Destinations.

  3. James Kelly

    A great article which evoked fond memories of my first overseas holidays way back in 1966 to Tenerife in the Canary Islands! I still remember sunbathing on dark grey volcanic beach sand and sipping wine from a bottle of Marsala! Yes I would love to revisit the islands this time to Fuerteventura and Morro Jable looks to be an ideal place to stay. Thank you very much for bringing back memories of a beautiful holiday destination

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome. Yes, I too remember going to Tenerife, not so long ago. My next trip will be to Morro Jable. Another destination that has been on my bucket list 🙂 Thanks for checking out our Morro Jable Vacation Guide.

  4. Mario

    Another beautiful place. I always tell everyone I meet how nice it is to travel. There is so much beauty everywhere so limiting ourselves to one place we miss out. I have never heard of this place but I will be adding it to my list. You covered this so so much detail. This post provides everything I would want when traveling.
    I love beaches, love good food and places that welcome tourist with open arms. The picture you selected show how unique this place is I will be suggesting this to my wife. We travel at least once a year out of the country and have some amazing places to go. This may very well become one of them. I know it’s hard with so many variations and peoples preference but do you have a rough estimate of just price for hotel, flight and one week, or package deals. Would help understand cost and how to plan.

    Thanks for sharing.


    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Ok, I checked as if I were going from Dallas,TX. Which might be more expensive, if I am farther away than you. If you go to this link and put in your dates and city you are flying from, then you can get a good price estimate. For me, from Texas, for one week with hotel and airfare it was 2200.00. The price will vary depending on what city you are flying from. I know you and your wife would absolutely love it there. It is beautiful and the people are very friendly.

  5. Asen

    I love to travel very much.
    The Canarias are on my “places to visit” list.
    I have been to Spain twice and I was captivated by its beautiful nature. I visited Madrid and Barcelona several years ago.
    Your article is the ultimate guide to the Canary Islands. This beach seems like heaven.
    Now I read it I can hardly wait to go there.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, it is paradise Asen, and one of those places every person should experience for true beauty and relaxation. Then of course Morro Jable has amazing beaches.

  6. Neil

    Also, you can get a boat from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote and vice-versa, I used to do it almost daily, takes about 35 minutes…


    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, you can Neil. That is what makes it so nice I think, to be able to visit more than one island and explore and discover them all in one vacation! Thanks for reading about Morro Jable.

  7. Eris

    This place looks amazing and the weather year round is oh so perfect. Your site is making wish I lived somewhere a lot warmer. I love the beach, but find it hard to justify a trip because of the large crowds that beaches draw in. Do you have any recommendations in North America that are less populated, but don’t break the bank either?

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am going to stick with Florida, there are a lot of beaches that just don’t get that crowded. I have been to Treasure Island, St. Pete Beach, and the Destin area all during summer months and they are not bad. Anytime but the end of May thru the beginning of June will be the busiest. What is nice about Florida is that it is very inexpensive to visit, especially if you stay on the Gulf of Mexico side. The East coast of Florida is considerably more expensive. Texas beaches are also pretty in expensive, but I stay away during summer months again, as they are busy.

  8. Neil

    Hi Leahrae, great read, I worked in Fuerteventura and Lanzarote for some considerable time when I was younger…and my parents lived there for a good number of years…beautiful place…time for me to go back!
    Thank you…


    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Wow, how nice 🙂 Lanzarote is very nice as well. I like Morro Jable, because you can easily go over to Tenerife or Gran Canaria if you want. And yes, very beautiful place with beautiful beaches.

  9. Pierre-Alexandre Cote

    Wow. so much information that I won’t even need to have a look at another website on my next trip to a beach. I’ll definitely check you posts on Australia cause at the moment I don’t have enough money for the whole trip to Europe, but I’m getting ready for a roadtrip all over Australia and was glad to find your website! Everything I need all in one place, thank you!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am glad I was able to provide you everything you need. Did you know that the Canary Islands are actually very cheap to vacation to? Other than the plane ticket, and that depends on where you are flying from.

  10. Niki

    I saw your travel guide for Sarasota FL. It looks beautiful! I’ve been to Florida a couple times and love the sunny, warm weather. The photos you provided were very inviting! The layout of your website seemed pretty easy. Almost too much to take in. I’d love to move there with my kids. Are there any all-inclusive resorts in Sarasota?

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You know, I looked for one and I could not find an all-inclusive hotel in Sarasota. Now, I am going to look further and I will let you know. What did you think of Morro Jable?

  11. Maun

    Hi there, awesome post! I got so refreshed after reading this post and seeing the images. Really gets my interest and I feel as if I was there.

    I will have a long trip for my vacation soon. I was searching for the perfect vacation spot, and this is it!

    I am glad I found your website, I will come back for more information for my Trips.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you so much Maun, and I am glad I could help you decide where to go. Morro Jable beaches are wonderful, as well as the rest of the Canary Islands.

  12. GiuliaB

    Leahrea, I’ve never been to the Canary Islands, let alone to Morro Jable, but your detailed description of the facilities has made it a very appealing holiday destination for us. In an ideal world, it would be lovely to fly to Fuerteventura and then use the catamaran for the transfer to Morro Jable – that would be my favourite transport from the main island, as I imagine you would get a feel of the lovely sea and of the dramatic coastal and island views straightaway. In an ideal world, I said. Because unfortunately my husband does not fly, and it would be a long swim from the Portuguese coast all the way to the islands (!!!). Unless you tell me that there is a ferry line joining Portugal to Canary Islands? It would be interesting to know.
    Thank you Leahrae, most interesting post!!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You know what, there is a ferry going to Gran Canaria from Portugal and then you can take a direct ferry from Gran Canaria to Fuerteventura. Stay a while in both places. You’ll love it!

  13. Anis Chity

    Hi, there looks like a great place to visit!

    I heard about it through a friend and thought, why not Google it.

    Found your site and was impressed by the detailed info you have here.

    I have checked a couple of your other posts and discovered other places I just might visit!

    Thank you so much and keep these posts coming!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You will love Morro Jable. The island of Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands is a beautiful place to visit year round. And from Morro Jable it is easy to visit some of the other island of the Canaries as well.

  14. Anubhav

    You got me interested when I saw the picture of this beautiful beach but the way you have described the place, it made it to my bucket list. What would be the best time of the year to visit there?

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am glad you like Morro Jable. Really, you can go here anytime of year. It doesn’t get below 68 degrees anytime of year, so is always sunny and warm.

  15. Steve

    My word – I’ve been there! We used to have a time share on Fuerteventura and have visited Morro Jable many times. I love the island and the area you have reviewed is amazing. Would thoroughly recommend it to anyone. The last time we flew out of the airport there, my 3 year old daughter fell in the play area inside departures just as we were called for our flight – turned out she fractured her arm and we had something of an uncomfortable flight home with a very unhappy girl! Don’t think the other passengers were too impressed either! Have you been there too?

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Oh I bet they weren’t LOL but poor little girl. Depending on where home is, it might have been a long flight. Took me 24 hours to get there, but to Tenerife which is just as beautiful! But you are right, the Canary Islands, and of course Fuerteventura is wonderful. Morro Jable has an beautifule beach!

  16. Carolyn

    Sounds like a beautiful place to enjoy what life has best to offer: sunny beaches, extraordinary views, and gastronomical cuisine! Are the prices expensive here?
    I would really like to visit the Canary Islands. Morro Jable is the type of place I like when on vacation: peaceful ambiance and relaxing activities.
    Thanks for providing and exhaustive list of restaurants worth visiting. I always wonder where to go for a good meal and want to avoid tourist traps. Also, It’s good to know that it’s close enough to take a ferry and go visit the continent.

  17. Cat

    Hi, this sounds like a lovely place if you want to go for a sun and beach holiday. Is there anything else to do apart from surfing? Any history or interesting buildings or culture that should be checked out? 🙂
    Being in Europe it’s not too far or complicated travel for my family.

    Thanks, Cat

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Not a lot as it is still a fishing village. It is very quiet and quaint. You would want to see the lighthouse though, which is situated at the edge of the beach. Yes, a lot of Europeans travel to the Canary Islands. Thanks for reading the Morro Jable Vacation Guide.

      1. Leahrae (Post author)

        Yes, the food in the Canary Islands is wonderful. I tried so many new things, my favorite being Paella and Octopus of all things. And, no you would be surprised how inexpensive it is here. Especially at restaurants. Thanks reading and glad you enjoyed!


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