Fuerteventura, Caleta De Fuste
With an average flight time of just 4 hours from the UK, the Canary Islands are a great short-haul winter destination for both families and couples. Fuerteventura and its neighbouring islands have been called ‘the islands of eternal spring’, with the temperature staying around the mid-20s all year round.
The east coast of the second largest Canary Island, Caleta De Fuste is known for its wide open beaches, outdoor water sports and luscious green golf courses.
Our holiday pick – Caleta De Fuste
This is a relaxing beach holiday with guests enjoying the laid-back atmosphere around the hotel pools and sandy beach. For the keen golfer there are two great golf courses, the Fuerteventura Golf Club and the Salinas de Antigua Golf Resort.
There is also a small marina and local shops to explore, as well as the historical Castillo (Castle) close by.
Caleta De Fuste offers a wide range of accommodation. From hotels and apartments, to villas and holiday villages there is something to suit everyone’s tastes and budget.
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Flights from London’s Stansted, Gatwick and Heathrow.
Take advantage of all that Caleta De Fuste and Fuerteventura has to offer with our pre-bookable excursions.
Grand Tour of Fuerteventura
This day trip is a great way to explore the island. From visiting the sacred mountain of Tindaya in the morning, to finishing the day at the beautiful sand dunes of Corralejo this excursion allows you to absorb the island culture and beautiful views.
Lobos Catamaran Day Trip
Visit Fuerteventura’s closest island neighbour for a day of whale and dolphin spotting. Once in Lobos there is a wide range of activities to take part in, or you can simply explore the beautiful coastline.
A tasty lunch is included before setting sail back to Fuerteventura.
Three Island Cruise Day Trip
This exciting cruise on board catamaran Celia Cruz provides you with the opportunity to visit three islands with secluded bathing areas and beaches and scenic coastlines.
From Fuerteventura you will sail towards Lanzarote, anchoring just off-shore with free time for swimming. Following on from lunch aboard the catamaran you will then visit Lobos, with ample time to explore a wild island that is not easily accessible to most holiday-goers before travelling back to Fuerteventura.