Costa Caleta Holidays
Sitting on the east coast of Fuerteventura, Costa Caleta was purpose built in the late 60s to provide the ultimate beach holiday destination for tourists. For this reason, everything is convenient, accessible and safe and that includes the man made horseshoe shaped beach designed to shield sunbathers from the strong Sahara winds and make the waters beautifully calm for bathers. With a great selection of cheap deals on All Inclusive Costa Caleta holidays, now’s the perfect time for you to head off on a great beach getaway.
The Canary Islands get a lot of their heat from sweeping winds from the Sahara. In the summer months, the temperatures in Costa Caleta are around 26°C but can get higher. The winter temperatures drop slightly to the late teens.
Fuerteventura Airport is located near the town El Matorral which is approximately 8km from Costa Caleta.
Book a holiday to Costa Caleta with Airtours and fill your days with as much or as little as you want. Long, balmy days on the sun-kissed beaches can be exchanged for a morning learning adrenaline pumping windsurfing. Fuerteventura has so much to see and do, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
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Finding things to do to fill your days won’t be hard in Costa Caleta. With boats trips, water sports, markets, theme parks, hikes and trips to surrounding towns and villages, there’s plenty of adventure to be enjoyed.
Imagine spending the day cruising through the crystal blue seas in a glass bottom boat and spotting all manner of fish from stingrays, tuna, barracuda and even dolphins. There are many cruises around Fuerteventura and they’re ideal for those with or without sea legs. Take a short trip over to the secluded Isla de los Lobos for a change of scenery or even pop over to the neighbouring island of Lanzarote to see the lunar landscapes of Timanfaya National Park.
For an escape from the beach, a trip to the Oasis Park in La Lajita, near Las Palmas, will be just the ticket especially for little ones who love animals. This fantastic zoo and botanical park has hundreds of animals from big cats and elephants to reptiles and monkeys, and also puts on various demonstrations and animal experiences throughout the day including sea lion performances and camel rides. The facilities at the park are great with a choice of restaurants and shops, good accessibility and the option to rent mobility scooters
Beach - The beach in Costa Caleta was designed around the need to shelter people from the brisk winds but also provide warm, safe waters for swimming. This picturesque beach will give you everything you need for a relaxing break.
Nightlife - Known for its great nightlife, a night in Costa Caleta could be spent watching cabaret in a venue, drinking cocktails in a cool bar or singing until the wee hours in a fun karaoke place.
Scenery - Fuerteventura is under protected UNESCO Biosphere status, preserving its incredible environment of huge sand dunes, volcanic terrains and tropical plants for generations. Take one of the coach excursions around the island and see the sand dunes of Corralejo.
Language: The official language in Fuerteventura is Spanish, but you won’t struggle to find English speakers in the resorts.
Currency: Making life super easy, Euros are the currency used in Fuerteventura.
Local time: The Canary Islands are the same time as us in the UK so you don’t need to wind your watch.
Fly to: Fuerteventura Airport is about a ten minute car journey to Costa Caleta.
Flight time from UK: In just under five hours you’ll have arrived for your holidays in Costa Caleta.
Tourist information: Check out the Fuerteventura’s official website for lots of great info before you travel: http://visitfuerteventura.es/en.
Visa and health: You won’t need a visa or any vaccinations for your Costa Caleta holidays, just an up to date passport.
Temperature: High twenties in the summer months with the possibility of temperatures rising higher with sandstorms that come from the Sahara. The winter months are much cooler but still lovely and warm at around 20°C.
Best time to visit: You can’t go wrong with the summer months as they have ideal beach weather; at least eight hours of sunshine, warm temperatures and barely any rain. If you’re visiting to do some exploring then the temperatures do cool down a lot around December to March, making it perfect for hikes and walking.
Buses: There are several buses that run into Costa Caleta and around the rest of the island, it’s a good cheap alternative to taxis.
Hire Car: With plenty of car hire businesses in Costa Caleta, hiring your own car gives you ample opportunities to really explore this island.
Boat: There are many boat tours around Fuerteventura, even ones that take you over to Lanzarote for the day.
Taxis: Fuerteventura has lots of registered taxi companies which offer airport transfers as well as getting you around the island.
Markets - If you’re keen to pick up something different from your travels, local markets in Fuerteventura always have a huge selection of bits and bobs. From little souvenirs to handmade arts and crafts, they also have food stalls serving up fast food and a Canarian classic; churros with chocolate sauce. Costa Caleta holds a weekly market in the Montecastillo Fiesta car park and you can take one of the tourist trains from town to arrive there if the walk seems a bit too much. During the week, there are several other markets around the island including one in Corralejo every Thursday.
Fuerteventura en Musica - Live music lovers visiting Costa Caleta in June won’t want to miss the island’s annual music festival. Showcasing a series of performances from international stars, local bands and music from all genres, from rock to reggae to traditional Canarian music. This festival puts a lot of focus on the preservation and conservation of the island’s native cultures, its environment and other forms of world music. Taking place on the beach in El Costillo, you’ll be partying under the stars.
International Kite Festival - November is a great time to take your Costa Caleta holidays as the weather is still lovely and warm and you’ll also be able to check out this fantastic three day festival. The International Kite festival sees kite enthusiasts flock to Corralejo in the north for demonstrations, beautifully designed kites and general festivities.