Las Coloradas is the smaller of the two town beaches of Morro Jable in the south of Fuerteventura and is situated some distance away from the harbour. The sand of the beach is very pleasant for lying and walking on. The colourful rocks in the background provide shade and somewhere to sit. Swimming conditions are mostly good and the public BBQ areas are ideal for dishing up something delicious.
Las Coloradas - Colourful sea of rocks
Las Coloradas is one of the town beaches of Morro Jable, together with Playa de Matorral. It is situated some distance away from the harbour which, along with the boats in the dock, can be seen from the beach.
The sandy beach stretches for about 600 metres and is surrounded by cliffs which provide shelter and somewhere to sit. The rocks decorate the scenery with a range of colours varying from red to brown-beige and black. Some of the rocks protrude into the sea and extend down to the seabed. Access to the water is mostly pleasant and easy and normally there are hardly any waves.
At the front part of the beach, near the car park, brick BBQs are available. Here you can enjoy a BBQ or have a picnic. Las Coloradas is mainly frequented by the locals and only a few holidaymakers find their way here.