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Ferries Morro Jable

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 From June 15th to September 15th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island.
During the restricted period, access, circulation and parking are not allowed to the following vehicles:
- Rental vehicles which have not been rented in Formentera
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Morro Jable is a town in the municipality of Pájara, at the southern tip of Fuerteventura. It is located on the southeastern coast of the Jandía Peninsula, a tongue of land formed by the remains of half of a volcanic caldera and connected to Fuerteventura by a flat, sandy isthmus. It is a naturalistic area of great interest and is protected by the Parque Natural de Jandía.

The town's history is very recent and the first known human settlements, mainly of fishermen and ranchers, date back to the early 1900s. It was not until the second half of the century, when the Jandía peninsula was purchased by the German engineer Gustava Winter, that the town began to develop concretely and its economy was immediately focused on tourism.

🚢 The port of Morro Jable, although modest in size, is the easternmost port on the island of Fuerteventura and therefore the closest to the islands of Gran Canaria and Tenerife.

The Naviera Armas and Fred Olsen Express companies use this port of call to provide several daily connections to Las Palmas and Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Departures to Gran Canaria run 3 to 7 times a day, increasing during the summer season and weekends; duration is about 2 hours.
Departures to Tenerife include a stopover in Las Palmas and the minimum duration is 4 hours.

These departures are in high demand by tourists and locals for short visits to Fuerteventura, especially on weekends, so if you are traveling with a vehicle we strongly recommend you book in advance!

There is no passenger terminal at the port of Morro Jable, but there are basic facilities such as a bar/hot tub, public restrooms, and a parking lot. The embarkations are a couple of kilometers from the center of Morro Jable, so you will have easy access to other services such as car rentals, banks, supermarkets, and pharmacies.

Morro Jable ferries About Morro Jable

Take one of the many ferries to Morro Jable and explore the south of the beautiful island of Fuerteventura! The former fishing village offers wide, golden sandy beaches and a beautiful sea. Take a walk along the Playa del Matorral and visit the famous Morro Jable lighthouse, which at 59 meters is the highest in the Canary Islands.

You can also rent a scooter and head to the wonderful Parque Natural Jandia, home to many migratory bird species that find refuge in the protected salt pans. Reach the wild beach of Cofete, where the sea water is framed by the high volcanic cliffs. Venture out on one of the many paths that lead to Faro Punta Pesebre, Faro de Punta Jandia or Playa de los Ojos and be enchanted by the colors of the sea and the breathtaking views! Morro Jable is, of course, also the destination for lovers of all kinds of water sports and divers who want to admire the impressive wealth of marine life on the island.

The surroundings of Morro Jable offer much to see, if what you are looking for in a vacation is to immerse yourself in nature and lose yourself in breathtaking views. Don't miss the northern coast of Jandía, where the peninsula's highest peaks end almost sheer above a crystal-clear sea in a thin sandy strip called Playa de Cofete. Here Saharan sand combines with lava rocks from ancient volcanoes, giving a spectacular color effect, especially at sunset.

If you love trekking and adventure, the area around Morro Jable can offer excellent starting points, with simple but visually striking trails. Several off-road or quad bike tours are also organized, as well as boat trips departing from the port of Morro Jable.

How to reach the boardings

Address: Calle Atlantico, 35625, Morro Jable, Las Palmas, Fuerteventura.

GPS coordinates: 28°02'55.0 "N 14°21'45.2 "W

The port of Morro Jable is easily accessible by car via the FV-2 highway. The airport of Fuerteventura is about 86 km away. There are cabs and an efficient bus network that connects Morro Jable and other destinations on the Costa Calma with the airport and other towns on Fuerteventura such as Puerto del Rosario and Corralejo.

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