Fuerteventura, Canary IslandsFuerteventura is the second largest of the Canary Islands and is closest to the North Affrican Coast. With a relaxed and typically Spanish way of life, a surperb year-round sunny climate and a fabulous coastline of sandy beaches, it is the perfect destination for a great holiday at any time of the year.
This island is blessed with miles and miles of lovely soft sand and it's beautiful coastline attracts visitors seeking glorious beaches and fantastic waters. Inland the rugged peaks of extinct volcanoes are seperated by wide lowland plains dottted with small traditional villages and old fashioned windmills.
Lanzarote is just 12 miles north of Fuerteventura whilst Morocco is just 60 miles to the east.
Costa Caleta – or Caleta de Fuste as the locals call it – sits on the east coast of Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands. It’s been purpose-built, so you won’t go wanting for shops, bars and restaurants, which are all to hand on the main street. And while the nights are just the right side of lively, days are all about lazing on the sheltered beach.
The beach is a kilometre of glittering sand dotted with a few pebbly patches is what you’ll find at Costa Caleta’s beach. It’s set in a curved bay, so you’re nice and sheltered here. There are a few beachfront cafés on hand and plenty of sun loungers. And there’s a great pick of watersports.
Caleta de Fuste offers a lot in so far as shopping and nightlife is concerned.
You will find numerous bars, pubs and discos. Particularly along the high street, there are also many restaurants.