Hotel Ereza Mar

A modern infinity pool crowns the Hotel Ereza Mar and puts nothing but a pane of glass between you and the Atlantic. It sits on a swanky sun terrace and is edged by loungers and parasols. Elsewhere, there’s a lagoon-like number next to a splash pool for kids. There’s also a bar nearby that serves drinks.

For main meals, the buffet place serves an international spread at mealtimes. There’s also an a la carte restaurant that opens its doors for dinner which specialises in local dishes.

After dark, karaoke sessions and dance performances take place in the new lounge bar. It keeps its doors open until midnight for evening drinks, too.

Overview of Costa Caleta

Costa Caleta is one of Fuerteventura’s most laid-back resorts. It was purpose-built for fun in the sun, so it contains everything you need for an action-packed break.

The resort is popular with families looking for holidays to Fuerteventura because the resort is incredibly child-friendly. The beach has a special play area for kids, a couple of beach volleyball courts and plenty of trampolines. Plus, the Hotel Ereza Mar is only a 10-minute ride away from the airport, so there’s no need to worry about long transfers.

Things to do in Costa Caleta

The Hotel Ereza Mar is right on Costa Caleta’s seafront. When you fancy a day at the beach, it’s only a five-minute walk away. The beach is particularly popular with families because it has its own play area for little ones. It’s also backed by amusement arcades and trampolines. For further family fun, take the short trip to Corralejo and visit the waterpark.

When you explore the town centre, you’ll uncover a shopping paradise. The Atlantico Shopping Centre is great for gifts, but it also has a supermarket and large cinema. If you visit on a Saturday, there’s a bustling market.

Costa Caleta is a place where the whole family can unwind in the sunshine!

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.