La Mujer beach is located in the municipality of La Oliva on the west coast of Fuerteventura. The bay is poorly signposted, so it can be hard to find; your best bet is to go to Tindaya and ask a local person for directions. You do not necessarily need an off-road vehicle to reach the beach, but it is recommended.
This small, solitary and attractive beach boasts impressive cliff
faces, golden sands and turquoise waters. Being difficult to access means it is mostly frequented by residents of the local town, as well as surfing veterans. At low tide, small pools form, great for paddling in.
Care must be taken when swimming here due to the strong swell and currents and the presence of cliffs. This is a pristine beach, located in a very quiet, sparsely-populated area. Once you arrive, you can park your car on the top of the cliffs.
Understandably, the beach has no facilities, restaurants or bars like you might find in more touristic areas. You are advised to bring towels, tents, and food and drink.
However, there is a shop in Tindaya – around ten kilometres away – where you can purchase everything you need for a fun day at the beach.