Holidays In Jandia
Jandia Holidays at a Glance
Book your Holidays to Jandia and you will be located on the south eastern coast of Fuerteventura. Jandia holidays are a favourite amongst beach lovers with miles and miles of unspoilt beaches and sand dunes along side a cluster of hotels and restaurants. Jandia is a smallish resort with a good choice of hotels, bars and restaurants to choose from.
Who goes to Jandia?
Jandia holidays are excellent for families and couples in search of relaxation, peace and tranquillity. The resort possesses some beautiful beaches, great for kids to play in the sand and paddle, don't worry if your looking to kick back relax there are plenty of secluded spots to choose from.
Key Facts - Jandia
- LanguageSpanish & English
- Dialing Code00 34
- Flight Duration5 hours (Approx)
- Distance From Airport90 km
- Airport Transfer (Taxi)75 mins
Jandia nestles between almost 20 miles of golden sandy beach and sand dunes overlooked by a string of volcanic mountains. The resort is cooled by the gentle Atlantic breezes making Jandia holidays great for windsurfing and other watersports.
Many charter airlines have regular flights to Fuerteventura so holidays to Jandia tend to be very good value. Jandia is one of Fuerteventura's most popular resorts conveniently located just 1 hour and 30 minutes from the airport. Jandia has a good choice of hotels catering for all budgets, book your Jandia holidays with Olympic Holidays and benefit from great savings.
Cheap Holidays to Jandia - Olympic Holidays
Experience the charm of this Canarian resort and book your cheap holidays to Jandia today with Olympic Holidays. As well as package holidays to Fuerteventura we offer cheap flights to Fuerteventura.
Oasis Park: Located close to the fishing village of La Lajita in the south of the island and open 365 days a year the Oasis Park is the largest of its kind in the Canaries and comprises of an amazing animal park and a botanical garden with the largest cactus reserve in Europe. The animal park is home to over 3000 animals of 250 different species. Visitors can enjoy amazing exhibitions and are invited to interact with many of the different animals such as Sea Lions & Lemurs. With three restaurants and playgrounds for children a trip to the Oasis Park makes for a great day out for the whole family.
American Star Shipwreck: Located on west coast in a small remote beach (Playa de Garcey) lies the ship wreck of the American Star. This ship was once the pride of the US maritime industry and was stranded in 1994 as a result of a violent storm.
Canarian Arts Centres: A creation of a local art lover Manuel Delgado Camino, the Canarian Arts Centres has a mixture of galleries. The centre houses formal gardens showcasing a variety of artwork from landscapes to modern art including a flock of delightful iron goats. This is a inexpensive and fun day out and will keep the whole family occupied and you can also pick up memento's of your Fuerteventura holidays from a shop selling cheap mounted other tasteful souvenirs.
Artesania Lajares: Located north west from La Oliva, Lajares houses this extensive craft shop & gallery. You can see lace and embroidery being made and even buy these authentic products. Children and adults can enjoy Camel Safaris discovering the volcanic landscape, this may not necessarily be the most comfortable experience but great fun for everyone and will provide some unforgettable moments from your Fuerteventura holidays.
Betancuria: Founded by Jean de Bethencourt the Norman conqueror was once the island's capital. The village now has a small population that rely on tourists visiting the Santa Maria church and a museum documenting the island's history called Casa Museo Arquebiologico.
Jandia has some of Fuerteventura's best beaches ideal for relaxing, however the North Western trade winds mean Jandia holidays are a paradise for windsurfers. So much so that the P.W.A world windsurfing speed and slalom event is held here every August.
Eating/Drinking During Jandia Holidays
Jandia holidays centre around the quiet and relaxed restaurants conveniently located offering with a good choice in local specialities. Some of the local dishes include Albendigos (spicy meatballs), Rabo de Toro (oxtail with onions and spices), seafood including Calamari (squid in batter) and Sopa de Pescado (fish stew in garlic and tomatoes) are worth trying. As we all the local cuisine you will find favourites such as pizzas and burgers on the menu of most restaurants.
Jandia has a number of lively bars with music in Jandia but does not have any all-night clubs. The nightlife during Jandia holidays is quite low-key catering for families and couples who can enjoy a meal in relaxed surroundings.
Getting Around on Jandia Holidays
During your holidays to Jandia taxis and local buses are the best ways of getting around, if you'd like to explore more of the island hiring a car is a good way to see the stunning scenery.
Jandia Holidays Shopping
An attraction of Jandia holidays and the rest of Fuerteventura that many goods are tax free with shops selling tax free goods such as electrical, alcohol and tobacco. There are a nice selection of shops and kiosks selling souvenirs and mementos.
Holidays in Jandia - Beaches
Holidays in Jandia are great for families, the long golden sandy beaches mean kids can have hours of fun building sand castles and adults can relax soaking up the sun.
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