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Surfers Island Surf Station

Surf station, lounge and meeting point
on Fuerteventura

History & material

From then until now...
and the material in numbers

The environment

Learn more about
Fuerteventura and Morro Jable

Contact

Should you have specific questions about our surf & kite courses!

The surf station

Our station is the central meeting point for all of our water sports courses. In addition, you can relax in our chill lounge, leaf through the surfing newspapers or simply switch off. Information about the location and our opening times can be found on our contact page.

Our history

The station has existed since 1985. It all started with 4 catamarans and 8 surfboards. In 2000 there were already 10 boats and 15 surfboards on the beach waiting to be used.

In 2008 we founded Surfers Island and introduced surfing and kiteboarding as new trend sports. We now have a wonderful station with 50 surfboards, 40 kites, 15 kite boards, body boards and a small shop.

Come over and take a look ... It's worth it!

Our material

For our kite courses there are 15 kite boards, 40 kites, 25 kite trapezoids, for the surf courses there are 40 surf boards in the station.

Of course we also have all the equipment that goes with it. There are 70 neoprene suits, 70 life or impact protection vests, 20 pairs of shoes, 30 kite helmets and a lot of "sea".

We always have the right material for you!

Fuerteventura

The Canary Island Fuerteventura, also known as the Hawaii of Europe, offers fantastic conditions for kiteboarding, surfing and sailing 365 days a year. Jandía and Morro Jable are located near our station on the southern tip of the island at the foot of a mountain range with the highest mountain on the island, the "Pico de la Zarza" (807 m high). You can climb this and then enjoy a breathtaking view of the long west coast beach of Cofete. The mountain range keeps the cold winds and clouds away and ensures that Jandía / Morro Jable is the area with the sunniest and warmest temperatures on the island.

By the way:
Communication difficulties (if you do not have any knowledge of Spanish) are not to be expected, as German is mostly understood and spoken in restaurants and shops.

Morro Jable & Jandía

Morro Jable (= the original fishing village) and Jandía (= the "new" place) are among the largest tourist centers on Fuerteventura. Since Jandía merges seamlessly into Morro Jable, the two places are often only referred to together as "Jandía" in travel guides or magazines. A spacious, fine sandy, light sandy beach (behind which there are salt marshes that are under nature protection) is the attraction. Quaint restaurants and diverse shopping opportunities are particularly abundant in Morro Jable. Jandía / Morro Jable is particularly popular with German holidaymakers.

Restaurants are plentiful in Jandía. There is definitely something for everyone. Regardless of whether traditional Spanish / Canarian, Italian, Chinese or international. For fish lovers, the restaurants by the sea in Morro Jable are particularly recommended. But there is always something for non-fish eaters too. Shops can be found in the many shopping centers and in the long shopping promenade with many good and high-quality shops, which is located in Jandía on the main street. Smaller shops can also be found in Morro Jable.

In the shopping centers of the respective places, as well as in the many bars, cafes and the popular karaoke pubs, you can experience an unforgettable, cozy and humid evening on Fuerteventura.