Morro Jable lies at the southernmost point of Fuerteventura (approximately 90km from the Airport) and attracts a predominantly German clientèle.
This large, modern, quiet and incredibly clean resort was originally a tiny fishing village. The bulk of the resort now stretches along the coast from the 'Old Town' northwards along a Palm-tree lined Avenue with Hotels and shops on one side and the Beach on the other.
The original fishing village part of Morro Jable (the area around Plazoleta de Cirilo Lopez) has many Fish Restaurants and Cafés and is right on the water's edge. The Centro Comercial de Jandia on the main Avenue has several Bars and Discos upstairs, though these can also be very quiet especially in low season.
There are two very pleasant beaches in Morro Jable, the 'Playa de la Cebada' in the Old Town is quite sheltered and the sea is normally very calm here (although beware the sudden gusts of wind that come down from the Mountains) and the shallow waters mean that the water temperatures are very pleasant and safe for bathing. Also along these beaches are several Bar/Cafés where you can cool down.
At the western edge of Morro Jable is a modern Harbour where you can find several companies offering Marine Excursions and Ferry Services to Las Palmas in Gran Canaria.
Some of the beaches here are the longest and most beautiful in the Canary Islands stretching 35km and there's plenty to do for the water sports enthusiast from jet skiing to windsurfing.
Its also possible to take a jet foil from here over to the neighboring island of Gran Canaria.
Morro Jable continues to grow each year spreading further afield (as do many of the main resorts on Fuerteventura) and a new marina is also being planned for the future.
More staid than its northern counterpart, Corralejo (even if you wanted roast beef and Yorkshire pud you’d be hard pushed to find it), Morro Jable is almost exclusively German. The beach is the main attraction, stretching for around 2km from the older part of town and fronted by low-rise, immaculately landscaped apartments and hotels. Back from the beach, the charm palls somewhat with a dual carriageway lined with commercial centres and hotels.