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The Beaches of Fuerteventura

Beaches of Jandia and Sotavento, Photo paradise for divers and friends of nudism
Between Pajara Photo and Jandia you will find an almost untouched beach of a length of 6 kilometers. Golden sand, crystalline sea and a colorful world under water which magically attracts divers.

Just in front of the beach are cruising fishing-boats, as great amounts of fish have to pass this narrow channel between the island and Africa.

This beach is one of the less crowded of all the islands (parts of it are not accessible by car), so also the friends of nudism feel particularly well here.
Beach of Corralejo, crystalline sea
Corralejo is a pittoresque fishing-village in the very north of the island. Fine sand and crystalline water make its beaches some of the most beautiful of the archipelago.

Also the romantical village itsself is well worth a visit, and from here you may have an excursion by boat to the nearby island Lobos
Lobos Island, the lonely paradise
Surprising but true. Just a few kilometers from the most modern complexes of tourism, you find this lonely island, inhabited just by a handful of fishermen. This is a really great place for all the "Robinson Crusoes" among us.

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