Playa de Esquinzo, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands
Playa de Esquinzo is perfect for a quiet relaxing holiday. It features a few restaurants, bars and shops as well as a beach to relax on.
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Playa de Esquinzo
Playa de Esquinzo is a small resort home to a blue flag stretch of beach. The resort is made up of small sections of development near to the well established resorts. With Costa Calma and Morro Jable nearby you can enjoy a quiet holiday with the more active resorts nearby. The airport is approx 60 km from the resort.Read more about: Beaches | Things to Do | Out and About | Nearby Attractions | Playa de Esquinzo Reviews
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Playa de Esquinzo Reviews
Mr M Ashdown, Bath
|21st Jun 2017|
|Monte Marina Naturist Hotel|
|1 Bedroom Apt - Garden/Singleuse View|
A very quiet location with steep pathways or steps to or from the beach to the hotel. No real facilities for an evening out. Location consists of a couple of other hotels, a coffee lounge/bar, a gift shop that opens when it feels like it, a small pharmacy and a small "Spar" shop. Nice walks along the beach for naturists or textiles who quite happily mingled. Beware to time your walk between low and high tide or you could become stranded in one of the coves until the tide recedes.
Mr C Campbell , Doncaster
|16th Jun 2017|
|Monte Marina Naturist Hotel|
|Double Or Twin - Garden View|
If you like walking then this is the place to be. There was entertainment however there were also the beach bars if you wanted a "later night" to hang out in. There were many excursions that you could go on and if you wanted to drive, the car hire was cheap. Price wise, shops and bars fluctuated in what they charged but overall very good.
Mr J Tweddle, Ipswich
|18th May 2017|
|SBH Club Paraiso Playa Hotel|
|Double Or Twin - Sea View|
Beach and sea are the reason to go there, just wonderful.
Mr I Karnilavicius, Bristol
|27th Mar 2017|
Lots of beach to walk. Plenty of old naked people.
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Playa de Esquinzo is a peaceful beach resort with uncrowded and beautiful white snad beaches.
Things to Do
Playa de Esquinzo is well placed for 4x4 safaris across the rugged terrains of the Jandia peninsula, enabling you to discover tranquil and desert-like landscapes, mountains and ravines with extensive views as well as the remote beaches and crashing surfs of the west coast.
Boat trips run from the harbour at Morro Jable (7.5km), as does the daily ferry from Fuerteventura to Gran Canaria. You can take a cruise around the south coast of the island or if scuba diving isn't your thing, the subcat is your solution to the see the colourful sights of the underwater world.
Out and About
Playa de Esquinzo is located on the south east coast of Fuerteventura, and comprises a select range of apartments and hotels, most of which are all-inclusive with on-site sports and leisure facilities. Most evening entertainment is also hotel based.
A wide choice of watersports, shops, bars and restaurants are available in the neighbouring resort of Jandia (2km) which is accessible via a pleasant walk along the beach or a 2 minute taxi ride on the main road.
Heading north, the next resort is Costa Calma (15km), where there are weekly markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Along the way you can access the vast sands of Sotavento Beach, famous for the Rene Egli Centre and as a venue for the Windsurfing and Kiteboarding World Cup.
For a fun family day out, or indeed a pleasurable day at any age, there is a complimentary bus service from Playa de Esquinzo to Oasis Park in La Lajita (24km). The park features a landscaped animal park, botanic gardens, children's areas, a Sunday farmers market, a daily sea lion show and a woodland setting the scene for daily educational displays with the resident birds of prey.
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