Caleta de Fuste is one of the youngest resorts in Fuerteventura, the colourful resort of Caleta de Fuste is ideal for holidays. Known for its magnificent horseshoe beach, clear, shallow waters and jam-packed with attractions including zoos and the island’s best water parks, holidays in Caleta de Fuste are perfect if you’re travelling with kids. You’ll also find some of the best water sports around, plus championship golf courses, sailing and upbeat nightlife with a good choice of restaurants and waterfront bars.
District Montaña Blanca (MB)
Montaña Blanca (Chipmunk mountain) district is built across the main road FV2 and includes an 18-hole golf course and a few restaurants in the lower part of the district. Shops are only in Centro Montecastillo . To get an idea of the walking distances to El Castillo's beaches and shops, see a picture of accommodations on Montaña Blanca in the slideshow. Note: Most private residences are located in this area. Almost all accommodations have a panoramic view because it is built against the mountain wall.
Shops restaurants and relaxation Montaña Blanca
District Costa de Antigua (CA)
Costa de Antigua is located just north of El Castillo. This neighborhood is mainly popular for people looking for a tranquil setting with the option of a quick walk to Caleta de Fuste for its huge range of bars, restaurants and other facilities. The supermarkets Mercadona and Lidl are approximately 1 km from the apartments. In Costa de Antigua are some small supermarkets where you can do your daily shopping. There are also a few small restaurants and bars in Costa de Antigua. Costa de Antigua provides an attractive, peaceful destination for those seeking a really relaxing holiday.
Note: Costa de Antigua is connected to Caleta de Fuste through a boardwalk that can be travelled by foot or by car (25 min walk to El Castillo). To the north, the trail continues towards the airport and the capital Puerto del Rosario, offering some quiet and little-frequented beaches like Playa las Caletillas. The bus stop with a half-hourly service is at 200 metres from the apartment so the mobility is perfect if you don't want to rent a car. To really discover the island we advise you to rent a car. You can visit locations where no buses run. (line 3)
Shops and restaurants Costa de Antigua
Canary Islands, a logical choice
More and more winter tourists are opting for the Canary Islands, and that is obvious. The climate on all the islands in the group is constant throughout the year. This means plenty of sunshine during the winter months, but almost always a cool breeze from the sea. The islands have many footpaths where you can discover the beautiful nature. The volcanic nature of the island also guarantees an impressive landscape. In terms of food, the local dishes are actually European not to be too exotic. Due to increasing tourism, the local supermarket also has a number of well-known brands and products that you can use to prepare your own food.