Playa la Rajita, also known as Playa de las Pilas, is a remote beach near to the most southern tip of Fuerteventura. The beach is mainly covered with stones, but there are also some sandy areas to spread out more comfortably. The protruding rocks cause the waves in the middle of the beach to crash spectacularly. A bicycle and hiking track offers the possibility to explore the surrounding coast. There are hardly any tourists and you can find peace and quiet here.
Playa la Rajita (Playa de las Pilas) - Remote pebble beach in southern Fuerteventura
Playa la Rajita, also known as Playa de las Pilas, is remotely located almost right at the southern tip of Fuerteventura. If you come from the nearest place which is Morro Jable, you will travel along a gravel road for about 45 minutes until you reach the beach, which is completely wild and natural and mainly covered with stones. There are also some scattered sandy areas here, especially at low tide. Rock plateaus protrude into the sea from the middle of the beach and the waves here break spectacularly.
Only very seldom do visitors find their way to Playa la Rajita, so that you can normally enjoy the natural spectacle here in peace and quiet. The bicycle and hiking track along the coast is ideal to explore the surrounding areas.