Jarugo beach is located in Puerto del Rosario on the coast of Fuerteventura. It is near to the picturesque town of Tindaya, around a 40-minute drive from El Cotillo. This stunning beach is nestled between imposing cliffs that afford the place a kind of wild beauty.
At 260 metres long and 60 metres wide, this stretch of coastline is one of
the most remote on Fuerteventura. It has low visitor numbers, even in summer. The wave swell off this part of the island is very strong and stable, so it is not safe to swim – although conditions sometimes lend themselves to surfing.
At the far left end of the beach, there is a natural dyke that serves as a breakwater. Beyond the esplanade, where the tide is low, tourists can enjoy the peace and quiet.
Its golden sands, natural reefs and crystalline waters make it one of the region’s most popular beaches, especially among naturists. There are no facilities, bars or restaurants in the local area.
The easiest way to get to the beach is by car from Tindaya or Los Molinos.