Gold and White Shores on the Azure Beaches facing AfricaFind Your Adventure
Fuerteventura is second only in size in the Canary archipelago, for hobby surfers, it’s second to none. There numerous surf camps on Fuerteventura welcoming greenie and seasoned wave breakers alike. Most of these surf camps are located around Morro Jable, a village in the southmost portion of the island of Fuerteventura in the Province of Las Palmas in the Canary Islands.
The climate is balanced with 300 days of sun, hardly ever interrupted by drops of rain. The vegetation is sparse; free summer breeze cools the travellers. Located in the southern part of the island you find the Jandia peninsula. This is the starting point of a thousand beaches such as Esquinzo, Costa Calma, and Satavento, unending for 35 kilometres by the azure water that barely separates the island from Africa. Some parts of this shoreline are unvisited by tourists, yet other offers the greatest surf camp of Fuerteventura.
Tourism and the surfing fever first kicked off in the 80s and continues to this day. The island has grown in population and many surf camps popped up on Fuerteventura, while the island retains its many of natural beauties. Gold and white sandy shores welcome the water sports enthusiasts may it be jet skiing or surfing. This is why Sharewood is also present on the haven, proving gear and experience for the curious.
The calm water and climate, accessibility to the beach and gear provide a perfect starting point for those interested in surfing. Some surf camp of Fuerteventura claims that this is the best spot to start learning.