Holidays in
Tarajalejo

A traditional seaside gem

Looking to experience a true taste of a traditional seaside Canarian town? Then search no more, as you may have just found it. Located on the southeast of Fuerteventura, this charming fishing village enjoys a slow-paced lifestyle – ideal if you’re looking to relax and unwind under the island’s glorious sunshine. Tarajalejo holidays are paradise for water-sports enthusiasts, with the local mile-long volcanic beach a hotspot for surfers as well as sun worshippers.

Windsurfing, kayak fishing, snorkelling and catamaran sailing are also available. Hikers can head for the hills that create an epic backdrop to the town, while beach lovers will enjoy sunbathing flanked by a palm tree-lined promenade dotted with cafés and bars. For a shopping fix, check out the old town, where you’ll discover traditional crafts and local artisans selling their wares. The memories you’ll create on holidays to Tarajalejo will be priceless.

Your Tarajalejo questions, answered

A chilled-out, peaceful coastal town offering a glimpse into an ancient past, Tarajalejo holidays are ideal for families, couples and groups looking for sun and fun.

There’s lots of choice. Take a stroll to the promenade where you can sample everything from global foods such as pizza to traditional Spanish tapas and paella.

Tarajalelo holidays are all about unspoiled peace and tranquility. If you fancy a livelier vibe, head to nearby Morro Jable with its designer shops, bars and sandy beach.

Best things to do in Tarajalejo

Head to the quay

Towards the east of town, under a jutting headland, Tarajalejo quay is a great place to watch the world go by, accompanied by king-sized crabs scuttling between the rocks.

Take a dip

Grab your flippers, because the south coast of Fuerteventura is a playground for wonderful marine life, from colourful fish and starfish to spider crabs, sea cucumbers and moray eels.

Drive to town

A 15-minute drive inland will get you to Gran Tarajal, a picturesque town oozing old-world charm and boasting a busy harbour, shops, bars, restaurants and cultural events.