In Morro Jable you can enjoy your stay in one of the favorite tourist destinations of the island, a fine white sand beach almost 4 kilometers long and 60 meters wide, the Playa del Matorral , and a high rate of sunny days throughout the year, where you can sunbathe or practice water sports such as windsurfing, skite surfing, and other activities such as hiking, biking, golf, .. Along the promenade, and its streets in the old town of Morro Jable, you can enjoy fresh fish restaurants and typical Canarian dishes plus seafood restaurants and traditional tapas bars.
Because it is on the edge of the Jandía Natural Park, we find in the area one of the most beautiful landscape and wild enclaves of the island. In the island there is the highest insular peak, La Zarza Peak with its imposing 807 meters of height, in addition to being the only place in the world where, due to its geomorphological characteristics, there are species as threatened as the Cardón de Jandía and the Hubara.
The peninsula of Jandía is a peninsula located at the southern tip of the island of Fuerteventura, Canary Islands. It is one of the three great peninsulas of the archipelago, next to the peninsula of Anaga (Tenerife) and the peninsula of La Isleta (Gran Canaria).
Along almost the entire coast of the peninsula extend some of the longest beaches in the archipelago such as Cofete, Matorral or Sotavento.
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Source: www.pajara.es and wikipedia