Click on the links to the immediate left to see many of the activities and adventures holiday makers can enjoy on the north shore in and around Majanicho. Majanicho is a small fishing village situated on the famous north shore of Fuerteventura, approimately halfway between Corralejo and El Cotillo, and ten minutes walk from Villa Bocaina. It is a popular 'stopping off point' for anyone contemplating the journey between the two towns, be it on foot, bicycle or mountain bike. A great place for a picnic or a cooling swim in the calm, sheltered water of the bay. Also well known for it's fabulous sunsets, it offers a rare apportunity to appreciate the real tranquility this part of the island is famous for.
Fishermans houses, Majanicho.
'Fabulous villa, clean, tidy and it had everything you could ask for including a hairdryer, DVDs, CDs and a dishwasher! It had a few items in the kitchen too like washing up liquid and olive oil for cooking. Malcolm & Julie have made a lovely job of ensuring there is a home from home atmosphere in the villa but you still know you are on holiday. You have to hire a car as the location is quite far from the nearest town, though the journey is good and you get to see the lovely goats on your way there! The villa is set in a complex, which has lots of other villas but not many were occupied in June. The complex is extremely quiet; we had the pool to ourselves along with two tennis courts. Rackets and balls were in the villa for us to use and we played tennis every day! All in all, it is perfect if you want absolute peace and quiet and it was excellent value for money. Town was about 10-15 minutes drive away and the two main restaurants: Canela and Mana serve amazing dishes.'
P.N. Worcester, 2nd August, 2012. (Please see Trip Advisor for original 5 star review.)
Majanicho 'fresh fish preperation area, with additional sun protection'.
Sunrise at Majanicho.
Excellent snorkeling spot!!
For those of you that do not know us, we fell in love with Fuerteventura many years ago whilst enjoying a family holiday. Since then we have revisited many times and pride ourselves on our knowledge of the Island. We have also made many friends, some who have settled in Fuerteventura and others that still visit regularly.
We welcome feedback and this helps us to keep up to date with what is happening on the Island and this we hope to pass on to prospective customers who wish to share the experience. We would like to exprees our gratitude to family friends and past customers for the contribution they have made. We would also like to express our gratitude to Sebastian for providing us with some of the fantastic pictures he took during his recent holiday.
Julie, Becky, Joe and Hugh at a fish restaurant in Los Molinos.
(Surfers, please note the perfect glassy waves rolling in!)