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Caleta de Fuste is a modern tourist resort found on the island of Fuerteventura. The area is known for its beautiful beaches, award winning golf courses and abundance of family friendly attractions. Spend your holiday soaking up the sun, diving into some fun at the waterparks and enjoying delicious food!
Oceanarium explorer is a popular attraction in Caleta de Fuste. Featuring glass bottom boat tours, seal lion shows and more. If you want to unwind by the sandy shoreline, look no further than Castillo Beach. This haven boasts golden sand and tranquil waters all year round!
Caleta de Fuste is the perfect choice for couples. The blend of adult only hotels, golden beaches and sunshine creates the ideal romantic getaway. The resort is also very popular with families. There are many family friendly hotels offering kids clubs and entertainment. The abundance of waterparks, zoo’s and animal shows means that the kids will never be bored!
A Caleta de Fuste holiday begins with a flight to Fuerteventura, regular flights depart from both Dublin and Shannon airport. The flight time is 4hours 30mins. Conveniently, the resort is just a 10 minute drive from the airport.
A Caleta de Fuste holiday offers many attractions suitable for all ages.
The resort offers a wide variety of nightlife. Whether you want to catch up with the football in the sports bars, sip on a cosmopolitan in a cocktail bar or let your hair down on the dance floor, there is something to suit every mood.
Fuerteventura is known for its fresh fish, goats’ cheese and of course Sangria. Try not to drool over the cuisine that this island has to offer.
Families will love a Caleta de Fuste holiday. There are many family friendly hotels, attractions and beaches to choose from. The kids will always be entertained!
Castillo Beach is a favourite among tourists. It is the biggest beach in Caleta de Fuste and offers golden sand and calm waters. The resort is also home to artificial beaches, which are built on a bay with artificial reefs to protect against large waves.
A market takes place in Caleta de Fuste twice a week. The perfect place to grab a bargain!
The Canary Islands boast warm weather all year round. If you want to visit when the weather is at its hottest, July, August & September are ideal. Temperatures rarely drop below 22 degrees at this time of year.
Euro is used in the Canary Islands.
There is no time difference between Dublin and the Canary Islands.
Buses in the Canaries are known as ‘Guaguas’ pronounced ‘Wahwhas’. There are 3 routes that service Caleta de Fuste, buses are regular, and fares are very affordable. The roads in Fuerteventura are easy to navigate and well maintained. Tourists often opt for taxis or rental cars. If you want to do some travelling by foot, there is a network of paths along the coast, perfect for a romantic stroll.