We woke up early for the South-Easth and South-West part of Fuerteventura. It is an 1,5 hour drive to Costa Calma. The villages here are built for tourism, but the atmosphere is relaxed. The beaches are broad and the ocean is much calmer than in the North and West part. There are many windsurfers and kite surfers here. The hotels look pretty too.
Beautiful rough coast
We walked for about 50 minutes from Costa Calma to Agua Liques. The walk ends at the West coast, where the rocks – made of pure, white sand stone – have beautiful shapes. The environment is empty, besides the rocks and sand lying under the burning sun and standing strong against the hard wind.
For dinner, we drove from Jandia to Morro Jable, where we saw more ugly tourist villages. Shopping malls and large hotel buildings ruined this area. Only the South part of Morro Jable looks a bit better. We had dinner at restaurant Leo’s. We had Octopus, tomato soup, grilled squid and swordfish. The portions were huge and they used quite some salt. The fish tasted fresh, however, and the service was fine. The ocean view was lovely and it was nice watching the (badly dressed) people passing by. We rate this restaurant with a 7 out of 10.