Are you sad about the ending summer? Well, it depends on how you look at it. It may be true that you have to get back to school, that your office chair is waiting for you with a sharp look and your computer is begging you to check all those emails that give youheadachejust thinking about it, but it is also true that you can try to ease all that by planning your next holiday. No, it’s not that far, The Pilar festivities are just around the corner and there are some paradise still open for you, to help you forget all your worries.
We have our own, and would like to share with you: Fuerteventura, the quiet island, the most impressive Canarias coast, with its ideal beaches, the waves, the surf, the colourful sunsets, the traditional dishes full of history, the small towns all around the mountains, The perfect paradise to spend a few days in the middle of October and shout that holiday is not over yet. It is always holiday if you want to.
The north of Spain is spectacular, but it depends on the time of the year, so, it is best to no bet and head straight to the south of the country, our destination is that wonderful peninsula called Jandía, a place that used to be an island that, thanks to the Atlantic current, little by little was connected to Fuerteventura through a bigsandarea. This sand line is now one of the most exclusive hotel areas in Fuerteventura: Calma coast, Gaviotas beach, El Matorral until Morro Jable, the marine town sign of south Fuerteventura.
If you’re thinking of your accommodation, best to choose a hotel in Playa Gaviotas or a resort for couples in Jandía. Don’t worry if you’re travelling with children, most hotels in this area offer a variety of services for the little ones, giving the opportunity to whole family to enjoy a couple of days of fun and relax without worries at all.
If you’re travelling alone or with your couple, you should miss a tour to what it used to be the Jandia’s natural park, that covers a large part of the Pájara territory, and italso hideone of the most beautiful beaches in the Canarias: Cofete beach, but be careful, especially if you’re going with children, the sea current and waves are unpredictable in this area of Jandía.
Morro Jable, like we mentioned before, is the meeting point: markets, constant activities, shopping malls, art, restaurants and life itself. In here you can view the fishing boats come and go, the sailors with the fishing nets, and the fish that come from the port straight to the typical bars and restaurants along the coast. There are many events too in this area.
If your hotel is near to Matorral beach, you will enjoy one of the most famous and well preserved sandyarea of south Fuerteventura. Half of it used to be a nudist beach, but the swimsuits havegain terrain, reducing it to a small naturalist beautiful beach. Although, being one of the most extensive beaches, is perfect for a quiet and private dive, away from the crowd and the noise.
This southern area of Fuerteventura has a lot to offer, but it would be better if you start right now to look at it all by yourself, investigate, schedule, organize, plan, and forget all that post-holiday syndrome.