Playa Jarugo

Playa Jarugo: A Rough Diamond Between Majestic Cliff and Ravine

Playa Jarugo is a hidden gem situated near the tranquil village of Tindaya. Nestled between towering cliffs and a ravine, this beach exudes a raw, wild beauty. Composed of fine golden sands, the sea here can be tumultuous, making swimming risky due to strong currents. At the beach’s left end, a natural dam serves as a breakwater. Beyond this, visitors can explore secluded coves ideal for relaxation. On the right side, one can admire the majestic stratified cliff.


Jarugo Beach, being on the west coast of Fuerteventura, boasts a remote setting. The most straightforward approach to this beach is via a dirt road leading from either Tindaya or Los Molinos.

Activities and Facilities

Stretching 260 meters in length and spanning 60 meters in width, this coastal enclave stands as one of Fuerteventura’s most secluded spots. Despite its beauty, it attracts a minimal crowd, even during summer. The sea along this western coast can get rough, but at times, conditions are suitable for surfing. Prospective surfers should consult the technical sheet for insights about this location. For those seeking refreshments or a break, the nearby village of Tindaya houses the Los Podomorfos restaurant.
You can also enjoy surfing at this captivating beach; refer to the technical sheets for surfing information at Jarugo.

We wholeheartedly recommend Playa Jarugo to those who cherish untouched, wild landscapes.

Discover our Guide to the beaches of Fuerteventura.

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