Caleta De Fuste
A hot-spot for self-catering holidays, Caleta de Fuste is the biggest resort on the island of Fuerteventura, close to the airport and equipped with everything required for leisure and pleasure, including a magnificent man-made beach. Everything restaurants, bars, clubs, shops and apartments are spread along the length of the main street, within easymore
Places to eat - Dave Jackson. Date of travel: Mar 2011
The Windmill is value for money, so is the Slowboat 2 and a bloody good breakfast at the steak house down the road handy for the beach.
Eating out - Etta. Date of travel: Jun 2010
Good choice of restaurants all with discounts. Recommend Fado Rock for families and the Slow Boat Chinese above the shops.
Great holiday - sharon. Date of travel: Jun 2010
It is a very quiet resort. We stayed at the bungalows Castillo Playa, a very quiet complex with friendly bar staff. Everything close by all within a 2 minute walk.. windmill pub doing 2 spirits for 6 euros.. Sports bar doing brill food 3 course for 9 euro or 2 meals for 10 euro. Also the Irish bar O'Conners is a must. A band called the Paddywhacks were playing each night when we were there they are brill. Would go back. We flew with Ryanair from Bournemouth could not fault them.
Castillo - Kirstie Tavender. Date of travel: Aug 2008
The beach in Caleta de Fuste was absolutely amazing, it was only a minute walk to the beach from club el castillo which was very handy. The town has many shops and bars/clubs, the entertainment in most bars and/clubs were very good.
Good travelling time from airport - Scott Anderson. Date of travel: Dec 2007
Airport is only 10/15mins from Caleta de Fuste.
Great place for a relaxing holiday - Warwick Taylor. Date of travel: Nov 2007
We had a very relaxing holiday in Caleta De Fuste. We stayed at the Caleta Garden Aparthotel. Good restaurants nearby especially NESTORS which cooks Carribean dishes, as they say in Italy EST EST EST, is at the end of the building.
I loved Caleta de Fuste - Maria and Family. Date of travel: Oct 2007
There is lots to do in Caleta de Fuste, loads of shops, great market. Lovely beach.
Caleta de Fuste - Fiona Domican. Date of travel: Aug 2007
Caleta de Fuste is only a five minute drive from the airport. It is a very pretty upmarket resort with plenty of entertainment, bars and restaurants. There are no high rise buildings there which add to its appeal. It is not a wild resort like some others and has a lovely safe beach for children. The beach seldom gets packed. It is possible to get the bus from here to the capital city of Puerto del Rosario. The Rotundas shopping centre there is fabulous. In Caleta itself there is a new shopping centre called The Atlantico which has a ten screen cinema and a bowling alley. There is a lovely golf course opposite and green fees are very reasonable. The Chinese and Indian restaurant are out of this world. Molly Malones is a very good pub for late drinks and bands in the Montecastillo shopping centre. There is a market on Saturday mornings near the beach with a variety of souvenirs etc.
I loved Caleta de Fuste - Stuart Montgomery. Date of travel: Jul 2007
I loved Caleta de Fuste
Calete de Fuste is in a great location. Great climate, people, bars and restaurants. The fishing is also very good.
Costa Caleta - Fab! - Jo. Date of travel: Jun 2007
The restaurants in Caleta are really good, not much nightlife so wouldn't recommend for young people looking for a party but brilliant if you just want to relax! Spa is really good and not too expensive, I recommend you book a treatment in the morning then you get to use the spa for the rest of the day included in the price.
Cant beat Caleta De Fuste - Family of 3. Date of travel: Sep 2006
Cant fault Caleta at all. Great aa++ for children and small families. Excellent beach, bars. Best family holiday we have ever had apartment from Orlando Florida.
Superb - Dale Hammond. Date of travel: Aug 2006
Superb relaxing family holiday, but do not use the Spanish fish restaurant at the end of the beach opposite the harbour - you will be robbed! Everywhere else to eat is excellent especially Marlins, and the bar within the amusement arcade is simply superb- excellent free tapas provided by very friendly host, and cheapest lager in town with things for the kids to do while you relax. Can recommend the trip to Lanzarote and the waterpark organized by the travel agent in town just up from the Sixties bar, excellent climate and good holiday apart from the robbery at the spanish fish place-you have been warned! Tour Operator: My Travel
Very quiet with small shopping centres - John Gratton. Date of travel: Mar 2006
Good beach,cheap sunbed prices. Tour Operator: First Choice
Excellent Resort - Peter Mclaughlin. Date of travel: Feb 2006
Stayed at this complex in Febuary of this year and had an excellent time. The resort of Costa Caleta is ideal for couples and families alike. Tour Operator: amuleymar.co.uk
I love Caleta de Fuste - Dave Smith. Date of travel: Jan 2006
I Have travelled to Fuerteventura many times over the years, I love Caleta de Fuste especially. I go for its peacefulness; its a place where you can un-wind. The walk by the harbour and onwards has been extended quite a bit now so you can almost get away from it all. We took nuts this year and hand fed the chipmunks that live in the rocks by the sea. The resort has grown alot of the years and still is so be carefull where you stay. I think the resort is suitable for families with young children, if you have teenagers you may have a problem.
Liz Sloan. Date of travel: Dec 2005
Okay resort when the sun started to shine. Not a lot to do but I was on a chill out week. Eat at Canario Tipico this was the best place I ordered fillet steak of the house which was to die for. Tour Operator: First Choice
kerry and dean tranter. Date of travel: Nov 2005
The resort of Costa Caleta is very quiet not a great deal to do, in the day on the beach or round the pool and at night just a couple of bars and resturants. I dont think we will go back just too quiet for us. Tour Operator: first choice
Lisa Moore. Date of travel: Jul 2005
I travelled with my husband and my 2 children aged 5 and 9 on an all inclusive basis - there wasnt anything for them to do except the kids club and the onsite shop were charging very high prices for 'our' sweeties and chocolate. The bungalow accomadation was very well set out and very well kept but for an island with temps. of more than 36 most days there was NO air conditioning and because of this people were leaving their windows open during the day (we didnt)and unfortunatley there were 4 break-ins during our 1week stay!! We also experienced theft from our maid - at first it seemed only small things like a buzz light year cap and sunglasses but on our return home i noticed other things and worst of all my jewellery in a small trinket box was stolen so not happy about that! There were also some guests that had been coming back year after year and had become very comfortable - comfortable enough to reserve the best sunbeds by the pool and seating in the clubhouse at night - which was entirely unfair. We made the best out of holiday as we always do - it comes but once a year!! so overall the complex gets a 5/10 and we wouldnt return again. Tour Operator: First Choice
SANDRA MACLEAN. Date of travel: Jun 2005
Not a busy resort but was ideal for us-but not for clubbers! In the centre-10 min. walk, or so, there are some music bars. I loved my holiday! Tour Operator: FLIGHTLINE/GO2SPAIN
Iain Campbell, Liz Campbell. Date of travel: Aug 2003
We have now read so many bad reports about this place, but when we stayed there with was on two seperate ocassions we found the place to be fine, less we would not have went back a second time, the resort of Caleta was great, lovely beach and very friendly people. We are going back this year but we are staying at the Castilo Beach Bungalows and would appreciate input from anyone who has stayed there Tour Operator: Direct Holidays