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On Fuerteventura’s sun-kissed east coast is the colourful resort of Caleta de Fuste, a family-favourite known for its spectacular horseshoe-shaped bay and great weather year-round! Whether you're looking for family hotels, romantic self-catering holidays or just a last minute getaway to blue skies and sandy beaches, Caleta de Fuste holidays are a great bet. Spend your days lounging on the sheltered sands or dive into the action with windsurfing, water-skiing and all the other wonderful watersports on offer.

 

Once you've hit the beach, tee off at the gorgeous golf course, whizz to the nearby waterpark or stroll along the promenade to shopping haven Atlantico! Caleta de Fuste offers great fun for explorers. Head to the harbour and hop on a boat to beautiful Lobos Island and admire its spectacular landscape, take a jeep safari tour across the sweeping sands or head to the nearby town of Corralejo if you want a break from the buzz.

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Places to go and things to do in Caleta de Fuste

Local Sights

Local Sights

If you want to really see the best of the island, you need to leave the beaches for at least a day and get exploring.

The authenticity of this region will appeal to those who like to soak up the atmosphere beyond the beaches.

Stroll along the coast to Costa Antigua and head for the highest point on the island at Chipmunk Mountain.

History buffs can visit the castle fortress built 250 years ago or explore the island's treasure trove of traditional villages and towns.

Nightlife

The nightlife in Caleta De Fuste is fantastic and whether you're looking for a laid-back environment or a lively bar to spend your evening in, you'll find it here.

One of the highlights of the nightlife here are the high-quality hotels which often provide family-friendly entertainment options. Hotels like the Sheraton Fuerteventura Beach, Golf & Spa Resort and Barceló Castillo Beach Resort offer a range of on-site events, such as magic shows, comedy nights, or even karaoke competitions.

For those who want to venture beyond the hotel premises, the bars and clubs in town are well worth a visit. Many of these establishments feature live music performances, giving you a chance to enjoy a variety of music genres, from traditional Spanish flamenco to modern pop or rock. These performances often go on until the wee hours of the morning, providing the perfect backdrop for letting loose and dancing the night away.

Some popular venues include Piero's Music Café and Legends Bar, known for their lively atmospheres and entertaining acts.

Seaside Fun

Fuerteventura’s beaches are some of the best you’ll find, and there is plenty to keep you occupied too.

Caleta de Fuste's crystal-clear waters are perfect for snorkelling (particularly near the rocks), but if you prefer propelling through the sea with a little more power, jet-skiing, kayaking and windsurfing are popular choices!

Don’t miss going underwater in a glass-bottomed submarine at Oceanarium Explorer, where you can swim with playful sea-lions and maybe even get a sloppy, wet kiss!

You can also take a boat trip to spot whales and dolphins in their natural habitat.

Caleta de Fuste has a large family-friendly beach, enhanced by imported golden sands and artificial rock lagoons.

Spend hours watching the pretty boats in the harbour or head off on a day trip or fishing excursion.

A walkway connects the beach to the island bar Chiringuito, where you can grab a snack and enjoy the view.

Best Beaches

Looking for a sandy spot to relax on? Here are some of our favourites.

Corralejo Natural Park features several kilometres of white, sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. The sand dunes are a unique feature here, often compared to the Sahara desert.

Cofete beach is located on the remote southwestern side of the island, this beach is quite untouched and offers a sense of isolation. The strong currents and waves make it less suitable for swimming but it's great for sunbathing and walks.

Costa Calma beach offers calm waters that are perfect for swimming and snorkelling. It's a popular destination for families because of its gentle waves and fine golden sand.

Places to go and things to do in Caleta de Fuste

Local Sights

Local Sights


If you want to really see the best of the island, you need to leave the beaches for at least a day and get exploring.

The authenticity of this region will appeal to those who like to soak up the atmosphere beyond the beaches.

Stroll along the coast to Costa Antigua and head for the highest point on the island at Chipmunk Mountain.

History buffs can visit the castle fortress built 250 years ago or explore the island's treasure trove of traditional villages and towns.

Read More
Nightlife

Nightlife


The nightlife in Caleta De Fuste is fantastic and whether you're looking for a laid-back environment or a lively bar to spend your evening in, you'll find it here.

One of the highlights of the nightlife here are the high-quality hotels which often provide family-friendly entertainment options. Hotels like the Sheraton Fuerteventura Beach, Golf & Spa Resort and Barceló Castillo Beach Resort offer a range of on-site events, such as magic shows, comedy nights, or even karaoke competitions.

For those who want to venture beyond the hotel premises, the bars and clubs in town are well worth a visit. Many of these establishments feature live music performances, giving you a chance to enjoy a variety of music genres, from traditional Spanish flamenco to modern pop or rock. These performances often go on until the wee hours of the morning, providing the perfect backdrop for letting loose and dancing the night away.

Some popular venues include Piero's Music Café and Legends Bar, known for their lively atmospheres and entertaining acts.

Read More
Seaside Fun

Seaside Fun


Fuerteventura’s beaches are some of the best you’ll find, and there is plenty to keep you occupied too.

Caleta de Fuste's crystal-clear waters are perfect for snorkelling (particularly near the rocks), but if you prefer propelling through the sea with a little more power, jet-skiing, kayaking and windsurfing are popular choices!

Don’t miss going underwater in a glass-bottomed submarine at Oceanarium Explorer, where you can swim with playful sea-lions and maybe even get a sloppy, wet kiss!

You can also take a boat trip to spot whales and dolphins in their natural habitat.

Caleta de Fuste has a large family-friendly beach, enhanced by imported golden sands and artificial rock lagoons.

Spend hours watching the pretty boats in the harbour or head off on a day trip or fishing excursion.

A walkway connects the beach to the island bar Chiringuito, where you can grab a snack and enjoy the view.

Read More
Best Beaches

Best Beaches


Looking for a sandy spot to relax on? Here are some of our favourites.

Corralejo Natural Park features several kilometres of white, sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. The sand dunes are a unique feature here, often compared to the Sahara desert.

Cofete beach is located on the remote southwestern side of the island, this beach is quite untouched and offers a sense of isolation. The strong currents and waves make it less suitable for swimming but it's great for sunbathing and walks.

Costa Calma beach offers calm waters that are perfect for swimming and snorkelling. It's a popular destination for families because of its gentle waves and fine golden sand.

Read More
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