If you are planning your holidays in Tarajalejo, Fuerteventura, the following information may help by giving you an overview on the resort.
Tarajalejo is rocky in parts along this coast, but dotted with pebble and black sandy beaches. There’s some good opportunities for diving on your holiday to Tarajalejo, but is not renowned for its beaches – it’s pebble and black sand here, but like Gran Tarajal there’s a pleasant Canarian charm to this location, plus some excellent Canarian restaurants and an annual Sacred Heart Fiesta held on the 8th May. There’s a nice quay, and it’s a quiet and tranquil base, yet close enough to Costa Calma and the beautiful beach of Sotavento further south.
If you’re looking for a traditional Canarian and quiet coastal base, then a Tarajalejo holiday is worth your attention. (the supermarkets in Gran Tarajal, serving the local Canarian population are a lot cheaper than the resorts!!). The secret of a Tarajalejo holiday, and other quieter base holidays on the Tuineje municipality stretch of coast is that they started life way back as working villages, usually with a focus on fishing in the villages on the coast. They are not manmade, they have their own history and character – so if you fancy a bit of that, base yourself in Tarajalejo, Gran Tarajal or Las Playitas.
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