This semi-urban beach and its still waters are found at the bottom of the fishing village of the same name, located in southern Fuerteventura in the municipality of Tuineje, between the beaches of Gran Tarajal and Tarajalejo. You can walk here or come by car via the FV-525.
Giniginamar is around 550 metres long and almost 50 metres
wide, and is noted for its coarse, black pebbly sand. There are a few fishermen’s houses and holiday apartments opposite the beach. This bay is a protected zone due to its natural features, such as palms, tamarisk trees, and open scrubland.
Giniginamar Beach is an excellent option for a family excursion thanks to its gentle waves and breezes and the fact it is not excessively busy. It is also recommended for its urban development, disabled access ramps, showers, hammocks, public phones, Red Cross, and restaurants and bars with terraces, both in the surrounding area and on the beach itself.
Giniginamar Bay is a great place to go in search of relaxation, peace and solitude in a picturesque fishing village where the simple life is the best one.