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Morro Jable Surf Camp - Fuerteventura, Canary Islands. Spain


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Constant wind, subtropical climate and warm waters at all seasons make Fuerteventura a fantastic surf, kite and windsurfing destination all year round. It is also ideal for both experienced surfers and total beginners – Always better to learn in warm waters !


Morro Jable Surf Camp is situated in the south of Fuerteventura, on the narrowest part of the island formed by a vast expanse of sand dunes that unites the Jandia peninsula to the main island. Morro Jable Surf Camp runs surfcamps, surf courses and surfaris for both beginner and advanced surfers, while the adjacent Costa Calma resort provides a wide range of accommodation for every taste and budget, from private villas to three and four star hotels. Kite and Windsurfing courses are also available.


Costa Calma offers a wide range of different accommodation type for every taste and budget. All enjoy quiet surroundings, neat and cozy arrangements, and are within walking distance of the beach, boutiques, restaurants, bars and disco. Costa Calma is a purposed built holiday village that stretches from barren cliffs to the north, to the sprawling sand dunes of the southern peninsula of Jandia. Gently sweeping down to a miles long sandy beach, the resort allows amazing sea views from every places.


Hotel Accommodation


If you look for comfort and appreciate good service, partner hotels are your option. Circled by lush gardens, within walking distance of the beach and close to shops and restaurants, but within quiet surroundings.


All Hotels include:

  • Comfortable room with AC
  • Satellite TV
  • Heated pool
  • Sauna
  • Fitness centre
  • Entertainment
  • Kids club, etc.


Apartment/Bungalow Accommodation


If you look for comfort but appreciate your independency, the self catering apartments and bungalows are your choice. These are situated in the same complex of Costa Calma as the hotels, within walking distance of the beach and the resort facilities. They also feature a private swimming pool.


All apartments/bungalows are equipped with:

  • Comfortable bedrooms
  • Full bathroom
  • Living area with satellite TV
  • Fully equipped kitchen with fridge, cooking stove, cutlery and dishes
  • Air conditioning


Surfing – a royal sport in ancient Hawaii, is a lifestyle and a passion that millions of people around the world follow. The incredible feeling of riding along a wall of water, feeling one with the forces of nature, cannot be described – Surfing is a Passion. Sotavento Surf Centre takes care of both beginners who want to initiate themselves to the sport and intermediate and advanced surfers who want to improve their skills.


Beginner Courses


The surf lessons are based on years of experience and the modern teaching methods of the British Surfing Association (BSA), and there is a constant monitoring of the quality of the lessons to make them better. Every day we choose the surf beach based on your surfing skills. Only optimal wave and wind conditions according to your level lets you make huge advances in learning to surf.


There is a big range of new and modern surfing equipment (wetsuits, surfboards, etc.), to be able to give every surfer the surf equipment which best fits their skills. All surf coaches are certified by the British Surfing Association (BSA). They are also qualified lifeguards certified by the Surf Life Saving Association (SLSA). Every Coach has a minimum of 3 years experience in teaching surfing and speak various languages. They are also highly motivated as for them surfing is more than just a sport: It is a life spirit! More than riding a wave, it is the fun of discovering new places, adventure and making friends around the globe. We want you to become a part of it!


Advanced Courses


Apart from the beginner’s course, the surf school specializes in intermediate and advanced surf lessons as well as surf guiding. The advanced lessons – often neglected from other surf schools – are our strengths! We therefore recommend intermediate or advanced surf courses to keep on progressing in your surf. All surf coaches for these programme are certified for advanced lessons (min. BSA Level 2 Instructor). They also have at least 3 years experience specifically in teaching advanced surfers. From reaching the lineup to your first cutback, they will guide you through theory and practice.


Video Coaching


Almost every surf school offers viedocoaching, but just a few are really doing it. All surf lesson includes, depending on your package, at least one detailed video coaching. Whether you are a complete beginner or a professional surfer, movement correction in slow motion makes every surfers surfing improve a lot, in a minimum amount of time. The surf courses also include interesting technical and theory lessons, from understanding currents and learning to negotiate them, tides, wind, wave development and surf technique, to surfboard shaping and the history of surfing.


Surfaris – Surf Guiding


For the intermediate and experienced surfers, surf guides will take them to different surf spots according to their surfing skills and swell conditions. The surf guides will carefully explain the surf spot and show you the currents and where to get in and out the water. All surf guiding packages include surf equipment (surfboard, wetsuit etc.), coaching in the water, theory and practical instruction, video coaching, transfers to the most suitable spot, transfers to your accommodation, ferry tickets to the neighbouring islands of Isla Lobos, Lanzarote and La Graciosa, and insurance.


Kitesurfing & Windsurfing


Kite and Windsurf courses are also available. Sotavento is a miles long sandy beach and a world class wind and kite surfing spot, host to the annual Windsurfing & Kiteboarding World Cup and the ISWC Speed Windsurfing World Championship – Sotavento is the historical European Speedsurfing Capital and a wind/kite Mecca, along with Tarifa (Spain).



Canary Islands


Known as the ”Fortunate Islands”, the Canary Islands enjoy a permanent spring like, subtropical climate cooled by the Ocean breeze and the Trade Winds, with warm waters and consistent swell most of the year. Off the coast of Morocco, Spanish territory and outpost of the European Union, the Canary Islands are but a two hour flight from Madrid and the mainland. The “Hawaii of the Atlantic”, as the islands are referred to by surfers, this volcanic archipelago is formed by seven islands. Main surf destinations are the two major islands of Tenerife and Gran Canaria, and the less populated islands of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote.




Fuerteventura is the second largest island but least populated of the Canarian archipelago. Ninety kilometres off Morocco and the African coast, it also enjoys the best climate of all the islands. The large number of sunny days and minimal rainfalls, as well as the topography of the terrain, has created Europe’s only desert. Fuerteventura has the longest beach of the archipelago, formed by fine white sand from the nearby Sahara desert. The island boasts three natural parks: the Dunas de Corralejo and Isla de Lobos to the north and the Jandia Peninsula to the south. In total, 40% of the island has been declared a national park and its natural state has been almost completely preserved.




Jandia is the peninsula at the southern end of Fuerteventura and includes the resorts of Costa Calma, where Sotavento Surf Centre is located. The highest point on Fuerteventura is to be found on the peninsula. Once upon a time, Jandia was an island separated from the rest of Fuerteventura by the sea. The deposits of sand, blown in by the nearby Sahara desert, linked the two in a narrow isthmus, creating some of the most stunning beaches in the world. The area between the Barlovento (windward) coast to the west and the Sotavento (leeward) coast to the east from the Jandia Natural Park, a vast expanse of protected sand dunes and barren hills.




Sub tropical, with warm winters and hot summers. Warm waters all year ! Best waves in winter, when the north and western swells come in.

Getting Here

The surfcamp is located in Costa Calma, in the southern part of the island on the Jandia Peninsula Fuerteventura Airport (FUE), 60 km. Iberia and major charter companies. Cheap flights all year from major European cities.


Corralejo Harbour (Northern tip of the island): Ferry to Lanzarote (Half an hour crossing).



  The surf school caters for beginner / intermediate / advanced surfers


All courses include:

  • Surf equipment (surfboard, wetsuit etc.)
  • Theory and practical instruction
  • Video coaching
  • Transfers to the most suitable surf spot
  • Transfers to your accommodation
  • Insurance.


Surf School Packages



  • 1 day / 5 hours surf course = 45 EUR
  • 3 days / 15 hours surf course = 120 EUR
  • 5 days / 25 hours surf course = 190 EUR
  • 5 days intensive / 40 hours surf course = 265 EUR



Hotel & Surf Package



  • 7 nights accommodation in 3-4 star hotel
  • Halfboard
  • Airport transfer
  • 5 days / 25 hours surf course / surf school


Double/Single room: from 519 EUR/Pax prices vary depending on category and season – please ask for a quote


Apartment & Surf Package



  • 7 nights accommodation
  • Airport transfer
  • 5 days / 25 hours surf course / surf school


Double Apartment: 349 EUR/Pax

Single Apartment: 399 EUR/Pax

prices may vary depending on season – please ask for a quote


Bungalow & Surf Package



  • 7 nights accommodation
  • Airport transfer
  • 5 days / 25 hours surf course / surf school


Double Bungalow: 399 EUR/Pax

Single Bungalow: 499 EUR/Pax

prices may vary depending on season – please ask for a quote  


  Surf Guiding Only


All Surfaris include:

  • Surf equipment (surfboard, wetsuit etc.)
  • Surf guide
  • Theory and practical instruction
  • Video coaching (minimum 2)
  • Transfers to the surf spots
  • Transfers to your accommodation


5 Days Surfaris: 245 EUR/Pax

10 Days Surfaris: 445 EUR/Pax


3 participants minimum required


Surf Guiding & Accommodation



  • Accommodation in apartments
  • Airport transfers
  • Surf equipment (surfboard, wetsuit etc.)
  • Surf guide
  • Theory and practical instruction
  • Video coaching (minimum 2)
  • Transfers to the surf spots
  • Transfers to your accommodation


5 Days Surfaris + 7 Nights in Double Apt.: 399 EUR/Pax

5 Days Surfaris + 7 Nights in Triple Apt.: 349 EUR/Pax

10 Days Surfaris + 14 Nights in Double Apt.: 769 EUR/Pax

10 Days Surfaris + 14 Nights in Triple Apt.: 719 EUR/Pax




Kite and windsurf course are also available on the world famous spot of Sotavento. Ask us for a quote



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