Boasting some of the best beaches on the island Jandia is one of the most sought after holiday spots in Fuerteventura. Very popular with windsurfers and water skiers Jandia offers tax free shops along the beachfront and lively nightlife. more
Jandia at Christmas - Louise Davis. Date of travel: Dec 2008
We took a week long holiday in Jandia just before Christmas. It's a very nice resort with lots of places to eat and drink and some good shopping too. It's lively at night but not over the top. Good for those with kids and if you like water sports you can hire jet skis, surf boards etc.
Jandia Town - Layhe and family. Date of travel: Aug 2007
Did not really see much of Jandia. The bit I saw was in the process of development for the tourist trade. Promises to be a great family resort to go to when all is finished. Lots of barren landscape but we went for some sunshine and pool time.
Jandia - Joanne Jepson. Date of travel: Mar 2006
Excellent hotel and staff although the next door Fuerteventura Princess seemed a little more select. Food and drink on 'All-inclusive' tariff is a bargain although the only bad thing I could cite is that the coffee was bland! Kids club only seemed to cater for under 5's and my 8 year old son was at a bit of a loose end but he soon found friends of his own age outside the kids club. We walked to Jandia once on the beach and returned on the bus - costing 1 Euro. Apart from that one day, we never went out of the complex and for that reason, we could have been anywhere in the world. Being a lone parent, it was extremely safe for me and my son and I was completely happy for Charlie to wander about the complex with his new friends, both day and night. Well worth the £300 each at half-term Feb 06. Tour Operator: Thomson
Joy Mann. Date of travel: May 2004
A lovely resort, quiet but plenty of bars, shops, beaches and walks. A regular bus service runs along the coast. We stayed at the Fuerteventura Princess which is a very comfortable hotel of a vdery high standard. Tour Operator: Thomson