The Stella Dunas Jandia has an actual zoo, which is free of charge for the hotel's guests: you have to admit that there aren't many hotels which can boast such a luxury! The zoo is open between 10am and 6pm: it houses lamas, antelopes, reptiles (and notably an alligator show), falcons, birds of prey and even an 8 metre-long python, among other things. Many other activities are available, notably a mini-golf course, three tennis courts (at the neighbouring Villas Dunas Paradise), a beach volleyball court, a football pitch and a multi-sports field: almost enough to host the Olympic Games! A powerhouse of 14 people organise lots of entertainment, games and sporting activities. Children are well catered for and will be in their element in the mini-club, which is housed in a very pleasant and colourful amphitheatre. However, the area is quite steep in places and very large making it rather unsuitable for the disabled, even though there is a funny little train which links the various parts of the complex, such as the beach and the zoo. You can withdraw money from the ATM in the lobby. The beach is a fair distance away but a small train provides a free shuttle service. The complex also houses the Villas Dunas Paradise, the upmarket part of the resort. In the event of any health problems, medical attention is available 24 hours a day. After the evening entertainment, which takes place in a large, split-level room, party animals can dance the night away at the Mafasca disco, entrance to which is free to hotel guests, located just a stone's throw from the entertainment of the bars, restaurants and shopping centres of the seaside resort of Jandia.
Families will be more comfortable in the chalets, which have two bedrooms and a lounge area, hospitality products in the bathroom and even a microwave.