Punta Jandia Lighthouse

Alerting navigators to the proximity of the south coast of the island since the 19th Century

The Punta Jandia Lighthouse is in the far south of Fuerteventura in natural surroundings and has been alerting navigators to the proximity of the south coast of the island since the 19th Century.

It is found, precisely, where the island ends on the Punta de Jandia, an amazing spot that was declared a Natural Park at the end of the 20th Century. After moving through the wide plains of Jandia, passing by its small cliffs and ravines, then passing through its dirt paths, you will find the silhouette of the Punta Jandia Lighthouse.

Visitor Centre

Punta de Jandia is a corner of Fuerteventura of great natural beauty, which is why the Lighthouse – as well as serving as illumination – has also housed an Information Centre for many years designed to bring together the environmental features of its surroundings.

The Information Centre is split into differentiated rooms, dedicated to exhibiting geological features; the vegetation and flora of Jandía; the programmes developed there; the diverse fauna found there, and information specifically related to the lighthouse.

Both the lighthouse and the visitor ventre are temporarily closed.

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