Holidays to Caleta de Fuste

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Charming Caleta De Fuste

With its laid-back ethos, Caleta de Fuste holidays are perfect for those seeking a much-needed dose of peace and quiet.

Situated on the island of Fuerteventura, you’ll find a unique and beautiful resort abundant in sun-drenched beaches and shimmering waters. While many head to the Canary Islands for its glorious year-round weather and enticing winter sun, there is plenty more to be discovered – whether it be in the form of adrenaline-fuelled activities or delectable cuisine. One thing’s for sure, whether you’re seeking a top family break or a relaxed place to unwind with your other half; you’ll find a world away from home on holidays to Caleta de Fuste.

Beside the Beach

Of all the attractions on Caleta de Fuste holidays, the main focus is likely to be on the beach. Perfect for family holidays, its shallow waters offer a safe place for little ones to paddle and play while you focus on topping up your tan. Adventurous youngsters can reveal their inquisitive side in the numerous rock pools that inhabit the area or kick back and build a sandcastle on the beach.

Those craving more than a quintessential beach holiday will love the activities offered in this part of Spain. The striking coastlines offer a spectacular backdrop for water sports such as sailing and windsurfing, with some of the greatest diving spots to be found along this coast. On land, you can take the family on a jeep safari out to see some awe-inspiring landscapes or don your golf trousers for a round or two on the 18-hole championship golf course in nearby Jandia.

Caleta De Fuste Activity Holidays

Water Sports

Various water-sports activities are available in Caleta de Fuste, from diving to sailing, and surfing to jet skis. There's a sport to suit everyone. You can swim with dolphins and whale watch at the sea-life centre and the harbour at Caleta de Fuste boasts a dedicated area reserved for several water-sports activities.

Sports and Recreation

For those who prefer to stay on land, Caleta de Fuste also has a wide range of alternative outdoor pursuits. Enjoy a round of crazy golf with friends, trek along the beautiful tracks and trails on horseback with riding lessons from the local equestrian centre or go mountain biking from Villa Cora. Walking and cycling tours are also dotted across the resort.

Extreme Sports

Thrill seekers can enjoy an East Coast quad excursion, choosing between one and five hour trips along coastal routes and hot volcanic trails. Explore rock climbing on the specially constructed climbing installation in a park dedicated to other extreme sports such as BMX and skating, with heights of 7 metres.

Caleta De Fuste Couples Holidays

Relaxing

Visit the Barceló Fuerteventura Thalasso Spa for intensely relaxing treatments from their team of experts. With a Turkish bath, gym and outdoor swimming pool, visitors can make the most of their stay by booking in for one of the numerous treatments on offer, or enjoying one of two hydrotherapy rooms.

Beaches

Conveniently located near to many bars, cafés and restaurants, the main resort beach is the ideal place to go for a well-maintained and clean beach with a calm and relaxing atmosphere. The sandy lagoons to the south of the main Caleta beach also provide a more secluded place to enjoy the sun, sea and sand.

Eating Out

A good choice of bars and restaurants are available around the resort of Caleta De Fuste. For snacks and pizza, head to the Penalty Spot by the harbour overlooking the sea or to El Cotillo at the Old Harbour for fresh local fish and grilled meats.

Attractions

The Atlantico Centre on the outskirts of Caleta de Fuste is the largest shopping centre in the area. It houses various shops selling everything from clothes and shoes, to gadgets and games. Also home to a multi-screen cinema, ten-pin bowling alley and many bars and restaurants, it can take you from day to night.

Caleta De Fuste Explore

Day Trips

The resort of Caleta de Fuste mainly surrounds an 18th century castle built by military engineer Claudio de Lisne and is located near the busy harbour.

Natural Parks

Conveniently located near to many bars, cafés and restaurants, the main resort beach is the ideal place to go for a well-maintained and clean beach with a calm and relaxing atmosphere. The sandy lagoons to the south of the main Caleta beach also provide a more secluded place to enjoy the sun, sea and sand.

Chipmunk Mountain

Chipmunk Mountain is a popular tourist attraction in the resort of Caleta de Fuste, where visitors can hand-feed the wild chipmunks. Mini trains run from Caleta de Fuste up to Montecastillo on Chipmunk Mountain at a bargain of only one Euro per customer.

Beaches

The main beach in the resort of Caleta de Fuste is manmade and horseshoe shaped, with brilliantly golden sand and a wide range of amenities close by. Beside the beach is the marina with a dedicated area to various water sports, including jet skiing, sailing and boating.

Caleta De Fuste Family Holidays

Eating Out

Discover the local cuisine of fish dishes with the very best freshly-caught fish from one of Caleta de Fuste's wide variety of restaurants. Other cuisines from all over the world are also served in the resort, including Mexican, Portuguese and Italian to cater for all tastes. Most of the restaurants in the area serve breakfasts in the morning through to food in the evenings with many hosting evening entertainment.

Fishing Holidays

Head offshore for a fantastic fishing experience on one of the available trips lasting between four and six hours. For experts, the longer trips concentrate on fishing for larger species and the boat stays out until midnight. The harbour is where you'll find the base for the deep-sea fishing trips, and for younger ones hours can be spent among the rock pools on the coastal path.

Beaches

The golden sandy beach of Caleta is perfect for families with a relaxed and easy-going atmosphere. The sheltered horseshoe-shaped beach is ideal for children with clear and shallow waters and amenities such as the Atlantica shopping centre available a little further south from the main beach.

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Attractions

The Oceanarium, home to the glass-bottomed boat and based at the harbour, is an ideal day out for children and families. Day excursions on a catamaran can be taken out and the younger ones can enjoy feeding the surprisingly large fish.

Useful information

Language
Spanish (English widely spoken)
Currency
Euro
Local time
GMT/BST
Airport
Fuerteventura
Flight time
4 hours 20 minutes