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For fans of Fuerteventura, our cheap holidays to Caleta de Fuste makes it the go-to destination for sun, sea and sand - as well as an abundance of adventure and activity. As is the nature of the Canary Islands, Fuerteventura’s year-round sunshine means that a trip to Caleta de Fuste is almost guaranteed to be wonderfully warm. If the resort’s beautiful beaches aren’t enough to keep you satisfied, Caleta de Fuste offers enough shops, restaurants and bars to keep even the fussiest of holidaymakers happy. Thrill seekers will be impressed with the resorts many adventure activities, from sailing to scuba diving; while younger members of the family will find equal excitement in the many rock pools dotted along the coast. The resort also offers a wide range of eateries including cafés, bars and restaurants to suit families and couples on any budget.
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Golfers won’t be disappointed with the 18 hole golf course just 2 kilometres away, boasting unparalleled greens and lush landscaping, sure to excite golf fanatics regardless of handicap! For those who prefer to spend their days out shopping, the resort has a number of stores to suit all budgets, as well as a big shopping centre should you want to spend the afternoon out of the sun. There’s even a 250 year old fortress within the resort, if you need to get a cultural fix in between siestas and sunshine. Foodies will be delighted to discover that Caleta de Fuste is home to a diverse culinary scene, including delectable Spanish cuisine typical of the area. Fussier eaters will also be spoilt for choice as there's a great range of cuisine from all over the world including Chinese and Indian. For night owls and party animals, the resort has a lively nightlife within the town, but those seeking a more intimate experience can wander to the town centre for a quieter evening in a relaxed bar or restaurant. If you fancy something a little different in the evening, many venues host live entertainment, whether you’re looking for something family-friendly or a late-night show.
Local food in Caleta de Fuste is largely influenced by cuisine from mainland Spain, however some distinct Canary Islands specialities can be found around town, particularly in local restaurants. Probably the most famous of these specialities has its origins on Tenerife; Papas Arrugadas is a dish made of potatoes boiled in salt water, served with two delicious sauces; the spicy mojo picon, as well as the green mojo verde. Bienmesabe is a typical dessert encountered all throughout the Canary Islands, made from a mixture of honey, almond cream, eggs, and rum.
Due to Caleta de Fuste's advantageous location on the coast, fresh seafood is abundant and many specialized seafood restaurants can be found around town.
With a well established tourism industry found in Caleta de Fuste, high quality dishes from across the world are available throughout the town; providing you with lots of variety and spoiling you when it comes to dining options.
Family holidays to Caleta de Fuste will include a lot of fun in the sun, sea and sand! However, the large number of family friendly activities will make this a stand-out holiday destination.
Many different kinds of water-sports activities such as wind surfing, surfing and kite boarding are available, with experienced professionals teaching children and adults of all ages. If you don't need a teacher, you can simply rent a board from one of the many available options along the main beach.
Book your family in for a boat tour, and see Fuerteventura's fabulous coastline from the sea. It's a great way to make use of the perfect weather, which blesses the region during peak season. The kids will certainly enjoy jumping off the boat and swimming in beautiful locations!
Those who come to Caleta de Fuste seeking an adrenaline kick have many options to explore. Embark on a wonderful motorcycle tour which takes you through varied terrain; from stunning coastal roads, to roads winding through the hills. Get to know the many different faces Fuerteventura has to offer.
Embark on the fascinating Submarine Safari! Starting in Castillo Caleta de Fuste, this unique attraction takes you below the waves and lets you experience marine life and its hidden beauty like never before.
Another wonderful option is the Camel Safari. This excursion on the back of a camel is the best (and most memorable) way for holidaymakers to experience Fuerteventura Island's stunning coastline and traditional harbour.
Caleta de Fuste’s striking beach may just be paradise; the stunning lagoon shape of the resort hosts crystal clear waters and sun-bleached sand, an ideal sun trap for those looking to top up their tans. However, it also remains the ideal beach for little ones due to the wide, shallow shoreline and unspoilt, silky sand.
Take a leisurely wander along the shoreline after a day in the sun and admire the small harbour, which is the perfect viewpoint of the whole resort. If you’re more at home in the water, the resort’s beaches host a number of activities for adrenaline junkies and more laid back adventurers alike.
Boat trips and fishing excursions are also on offer, but it wouldn’t be unreasonable to spend an entire day relaxing on Caleta de Fuste’s exceptional beach if you aren’t too steady on your sea legs! The resort’s beaches are a sandcastle fanatic’s idea of heaven, and you can take a break with a cold cocktail or ice cream in one of the beachside café’s or bars. Families will appreciate the handy, newly developed amenities too.
Whether you're looking for relaxing cocktails on the beach, the sound of smooth jazz and a chic ambience, or prefer to have a boogie in a lively dance bar; Caleta de Fuste has everything you're looking for and more when it comes to nightlife.
Pieros Music Cafe is a popular entertainment venue located in the town centre, with something going on every night of the week. Live music, comedy shows and other eccentric and quirky acts are performed in front of a lively audience while beers and other drinks are served. Get there early if you want a seat! The Legends 60s Live Music and Sports Bar is another popular option for anybody interested in live music and sports.
Millenum Bar is renowned for its cocktails and its minimalist, modern décor tends to attract a more sophisticated crowd. Head over to The Wine Bar if wine is your drink of choice, which also boasts a more laid back atmosphere; perfect for a few of drinks with a couple of friends.
Caleta de Fuste can be the idyllic beach getaway you've been looking for. With fabulous golden sandy beaches, sapphire blue waters and beautiful natural landmarks located nearby, your couples holiday to Caleta de Fuste is bound to be magical.
You have an abundance of restaurants to choose from when deciding on your next dinner date, as well as many different bars to enjoy a romantic seaside drink.
Visit a spa centre such as Soul Massage or Barcelo Fuerteventura Thalasso Spa for the ultimate wellness experience. Massage and beauty packages are offered, while a serene ambience pertains this oasis of blissful relaxation.
Book yourself in for a sightseeing tour and explore the Caleta de Fuste's breathtaking surrounding area. With the help of an experienced guide with knowledge of the area's natural history, you’ll be sure to discover some hidden gems.
The local culture has been largely fostered by Fuerteventrua's long relationship with mainland Spain, though the island does have its own unique quirks.
A 30 minute drive away from Caleta de Fuste is Batancuria, which is home to the Santa Maria cathedral, as well as museums of religious art, archaeology and ethnography. Batancuria is an ideal starting place for those wishing to explore local cultural landmarks and history.
The main meal of the day is usually eaten between 1pm and 4pm, during what is known as siesta time. A smaller meal is eaten late in the evening (usually after 9pm), which is not uncommonly accompanied by an alcoholic drink of some sort. Events tend to start quite late especially on weekend nights. This means that most people you'll encounter in discos or bars before 1am are likely to be fellow European holidaymakers.
The population is largely catholic, which means all catholic holidays are observed and are regarded as a public holiday.
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