Morro Jable is the definition of the relaxed beach life. Long wide sandy beaches stretch for kilometers. The town is almost literally at the southern tip of the island. A long but easy drive from the airport on good well maintained roads. Historically Morro Jable was a small fishing village. Today both Morro Jable and adjacent Jandia area have developed into a beach and water sport destination. Whether you intend to just lounge on the beach,swim, sail, surf, or walk the tens of kilometers of beach you can do it in Morro Jable.
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If you manage to get bored of the endless white beaches the area has some interesting wildlife. The best known being the squirrels. But you may find the monk parrots or even the donkeys more interesting. All the animals are fairly tame and will eat out of your hand. The risk is you will run out of snacks not that the animals will be shy .
The donkeys can be harder to find. They are an endangered specie and few in number. If you do spot them they are well worth a moment of your time.
One of the many positives of Morro Jable is the easy walking distance from most hotels to the beach. Unlike some towns that require you to drive the hotels in Morro Jable are often just across the road from the beach. The short distances make it possible to enjoy the beach all day long while still returning to your hotel with ease.