Nestled alongside Puertito de la Cruz, an interesting fishing village in southern Fuerteventura, is Puerto de la Cruz Beach, next to Punta de Jandía lighthouse, also known as Piragua Beach. It is accessible by car via the dirt track leading from the town of Morro Jable.
This is a secluded, virgin beach where visitors are welcome to practise naturism – an almost deserted place in Pájara with charm enough to continue to attract holidaymakers.
Visitors to the beach can enjoy a natural landscape surrounded by white sand, with a hidden reef treasure in its crystalline waters with moderate waves. Care must be taken when swimming off this section of the coast, as undertows and currents are strong.
The beach is accessible by off-road car – it is too remote and its surrounding terrain too uneven to come here by ordinary car – but the journey is worth it, as you can enjoy views of the semi-wilderness of the region on your way to the beach.
Puerto de la Cruz Beach is an undiscovered place where tourists can spend an exciting day, perhaps even hiking, and enjoy the area’s natural charm. The beach is a must-see for anyone visiting the region in search of adventure.