: Puerto del Rosario
Car: not necessary
Caleta de Fuste is a family oriented resort with plenty of amenities, it is on the same latitude as Florida so has a great climate all year round. The restaurants/bars are only two minutes walk from the house and the beach is only a five minute stroll. The beach is shallow, with golden sand and is also sheltered from the winds. There is a marina with various water sports. You can enjoy boat trips and deep-sea fishing. Caleta is only 10km from the airport and there are always plentiful supplies of taxis at the airport, it will cost you about 8 Euros. As the resort is in the middle of the East Coast it is a perfect place for exploring the island, but if you don't want to do this then you really don't need a car. There is an 18 hole PGA golf course 1.5 miles away which has hosted the Spanish Open, near to this is a shopping mall with supermarket, cinema and bowling alley.
Other Activities: Health-spa, Multiplex-cinema, Ten pin bowling, Deep sea fishing, trampolines, bungee trampolines
Golf: A mile and a half away is the islands’ only golf course. Golfers with family may find it more convenient staying in Caleta, where the rest of the family can walk to the beach whilst the golfer drives or takes a taxi to the course.
Fuerteventura Golf Club is the first golf club on the island and is an 18 hole, par 71 course extending 6124 metres, with a mild descent from the Clubhouse Hotel towards the sea. The ground surrounding holes 17 and 18 is the steepest. The course excels for its simplicity and beauty, its main difficulties are generally associated with the breeze and its many lakes, connected by small brooks and channels, which can sometimes come into the game. The course was designed by the prestigious architect Juan Catarimeau, who realised at once the importance of the effect of the wind and landscaped it with this factor in mind.
In April 2004 the course hosted the Spanish Canaries Open, a full European PGA tour event which was very well received in the golfing world.