the island

canary islands


Fuerteventura, the second largest of the 7 Canary Islands, is renowned for its stunning white sand beaches and year-round sunshine, making it a premier destination for surf and kitesurf enthusiasts. With over 150 beaches spread across 340 kilometers of coastline, Fuerteventura offers an unparalleled playground for wave riders. From the north to the south, the island's diverse coastline provides ideal conditions for unforgettable surfing and kitesurfing experiences.

For kitesurfing enthusiasts, the Sotavento lagoon offers pristine conditions and is a favored location for our kitesurf courses. Meanwhile, on the west coast, La Pared beach provides excellent waves and serves as the primary location for our surf lessons.

Fuerteventura boasts a warm and dry climate, with an average temperature of 25 °C and minimal rainfall, making it the perfect destination for sun-seekers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. With its tranquil atmosphere and idyllic seaside vistas, Fuerteventura guarantees a rejuvenating getaway filled with quality time spent exploring its natural wonders.

Even if you're staying at an all-inclusive hotel and don't have a rental car, worry not! Our convenient transfer options ensure that you can still experience the beauty of Fuerteventura's stunning beaches. From the windswept shores of Sotavento to the pristine sands of La Pared, Esquinzo, and Jandia, our transfers will whisk you away to these magical destinations, allowing you to enjoy all that Fuerteventura has to offer without the need for a car.

Nestled along the southern coast, Costa Calma beckons with its serene beaches and crystal-clear waters. Whether you're lounging on the soft sands or exploring the vibrant underwater world, Costa Calma offers a peaceful retreat amidst Fuerteventura's natural beauty.

In addition to its breathtaking landscapes, Fuerteventura offers a wealth of cultural sights waiting to be discovered. From the charming old town of Betancuria nestled amidst the mountains to the vibrant local markets and festivals, there's no shortage of cultural experiences to immerse yourself in.

Whether you're seeking scenic drives or off-the-beaten-path discoveries, exploring Fuerteventura promises to be an unforgettable experience.

morro jable & jandia

Morro Jable, originally a quaint fishing village, and Jandía, its modern counterpart, boast one of the largest tourist centers in Fuerteventura, with our station conveniently located here. Situated just a 1.5-hour drive from the airport, Morro Jable and Jandía are easily accessible for travelers seeking sun-soaked adventures.

Shielded by the mountain range, Jandía and Morro Jable enjoy the warmest and sunniest temperatures on the entire island, making them an ideal destination for beach lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. The sprawling, light-colored beaches with fine sand are the main draw, offering endless opportunities for relaxation and recreation.

Despite their popularity among tourists, Morro Jable maintains its authentic Spanish charm, with restaurants and cafes catering to local tastes rather than international crowds. Nestled at the foot of a mountain and overlooking the bay, Puerto de Morro Jable offers stunning views of both the sea and inland landscapes. It serves as a hub for boat trips, including unforgettable catamaran excursions to observe dolphins and whales in their natural habitats.