Broncemar Beach

Just a five-minute walk from the centre of Costa Caleta and its beach, Broncemar Beach Hotel boasts two large pools and an Irish-style pub. In the town centre are plenty of bars, shops and eateries, not forgetting a twice-weekly market. Also Fuerteventura Airport is only eight kilometres away. What’s unusual about Broncemar Beach is its design, reminiscent of a small village featuring cobblestone alleys, gardens and buildings. Each apartment sits inside one of the numerous houses that make up the hotel, all of which sport unique outdoor décor and enchanting terraces and balconies.

Overview of Fuerteventura

With its warm, sunny weather and incredible sand dunes, Fuerteventura is a wonderful option for families with more than enough activities to keep kids (and big kids) entertained. It’s the nearest Canary island to Africa and home to over 150 beaches. Boasting balmy temperatures all year long, it’s a beach buff’s heaven. If you’re a thrill seeker and love a spot of action, holidays to Fuerteventura offer something for everyone. The island’s awesome sand dunes and rocky terrain make it popular with adventurers while its 300 hours of sunshine a year make it great for those who want to relax on a beach.

Things to do in Fuerteventura

You won’t find any other Canary Island with quite as many sand dunes and such a picturesque coastline. Even better, Fuerteventura boasts some of the most remarkable beaches in all of Europe. Bask in the sunshine at Ajuy Beach, boasting fine, black volcanic sand that contrasts with the blue of the sea. If you’re a nature lover, head to Oasis Park Fuerteventura, which is home to no less than 3,000 animals. Meander through the botanical garden, ride on a camel or watch an animal show. Alternatively, head to Acua Water Park in Corralejo, which has fantastic water slides, a wave pool and a children’s area. As soon as you arrive in Fuerteventura, you’ll uncover an unspoilt shoreline with emerald green waters and more than 150km of sandy beaches. As you bathe in the sunshine and feel the warm sea breeze brush against your skin, you’ll feel like you’re in paradise. With beaches galore, pristine sand dunes, cobbled streets and water parks, this destination really has something for everyone.

Resort Summary

Families are well catered for here in Costa Caleta. As well as amusement arcades, trampolines, volleyball, pool tables and mini-golf courses, the beach has its own play area. Its sweeping one-kilometre beach is a real hit with visitors, located in a sheltered bay, providing safe bathing in its shallow waters.If you’re planning holidays to Fuerteventura in July or August, the kids can enjoy face painting and a bouncy castle on Costa Caleta’s beach every Friday.