Playa de la Señora - Quiet, sandy bay with stones at the southern peak of Fuerteventura
The wild, natural beach of Playa de la Señora is situated about 20 minutes south of Morro Jable and is one of the most southerly beaches of Fuerteventura. The way there is along a gravel road in the direction of Cofete, looking out for a not very obvious stone with La Señora written on it, which points the way down to the bay.
The back of the beach is covered with round stones and the front consists of fine, beige-coloured sand. There are plenty sandy areas to comfortably lie on and various piles of stones built by visitors to the beach provide somewhere to sunbathe while sheltered from the wind. The ruins of a house in the background slightly spoil the scenery, but if you can put up with this, you can spend a nice, relaxed day at the beach here. Very few holidaymakers find their way to this beach, meaning that you are most likely to be able to enjoy peace and quiet here. Furthermore, there are hardly any noticeable currents and the waves are mostly gentle.