Hotel Costa Caleta

Hotel Costa Caleta is a stylish, comfortable hotel located only 400m from Costa Caleta Beach, and just a short walk from the resort centre. Take advantage of the hotel’s choice of pools, including a duo of plunge pools and whirlpool baths on the roof terrace. When it comes to dining, there’s a buffet restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. At breakfast, there’s a mix of cooked and Continental dishes, and in the evening, it lays on spreads featuring the likes of seafood paella served in traditional super-sized pans. Rooms are complete with air conditioning, Wi-Fi, satellite TV, a safety deposit box and a hairdryer, and the balconies are furnished with a table and chairs.

Overview of Costa Caleta, Fuerteventura

Costa Caleta is a resort town in Fuerteventura, the second largest island in the Canaries, which is located just off the African coast. The climate of Fuerteventura is the best in the archipelago, with year-round sunshine and golden beaches making it a popular holiday destination. Costa Caleta is known for its bohemian style and laid-back vibes, making it ideal for a relaxing getaway with friends or family. It is particularly popular with divers thanks to its warm, crystal clear waters and system of caves and reefs that are home to a wide range of marine life.

Things to do in Costa Caleta, Fuerteventura

You could easily spend a week hopping from poolside to beach-side in Costa Caleta and the surrounding areas, especially considering that there are so many spectacular beaches to choose from. If you’re a fan of water sports, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to surf, kayak and experience Fuerteventura’s diverse and colourful ocean first-hand with a diving session. There are plenty of bars, cafés and shops close to the Hotel Costa Caleta, with Costa Caleta’s main street remaining lively until the early hours of the morning. For a dose of culture, take a drive to La Oliva, where you’ll find the Centro de Arte Canario, an art gallery containing works by celebrated Canarian artists. You can also explore Casa de los Coroneles, an 18th-century building that has been transformed into a museum and gallery. Whether you’re looking for an action-packed holiday, or want to simply unwind by the pool with a good book and a cocktail, Fuerteventura is the place to be. With so much on offer, your holidays to Fuerteventura will provide you with many memories to treasure for years to come.


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.