Caleta de Fuste is in the middle of the east coast of Fuerteventura. It is 7 km south of Fuerteventura’s airport.

Caleta de Fuste is 7 km south of Fuerteventura airport.

According to the taxi information board at the airport, then the price per taxi to central Caleta is 14€ during the day and 15€ between 10pm-6am.  To the golf courses it is 15€ during the day and 18€ at night. The taxi ride takes between 10 and 15 minutes. The taxis can take 4 passengers, and there is also a small number of minibuses.

Yes, it is a legal requirement for taxis to have children’s car seats available.

There’s usually a queue of taxis waiting at the airport on the rank outside the Arrivals hall. The waiting time is usually fairly short, but on Wednesday and Saturday evenings there can be a longer wait as these are busier flight periods.

Yes, the public bus service picks up at the bus stop which is located on the road between Arrivals and Departures.  The Number 3 bus picks up every 15 minutes between 10am – 6pm, and every 30 minutes at other times.  The fare is 1.40€ per person to the bus station in Caleta de Fuste.  Luggage has to be placed in the compartment under the bus.

On the main beach the sunbeds cost 11.50€ for 2 sunbeds and an umbrella for the day.

They are the same price on La Guirre beach in front of the Atlantico Center. Balinese sunbeds (double with curtains) are available for 15€.

For recent reviews of all the restaurants and bars see the TripAdvisor reviews.

It is located at the council office, opposite Fado Rock/Step Inn.  It is open from 08.30 to 14.30 Monday to Friday.

There is another information point in the Plaza, opposite the entrance to the Barcelo Hotel. The opening times are:

  • Mon to Fri   08.30-13.00 and 17.00-20.00
  • Sat 09.30-12.00
  • Sun – closed

The market is the held on Tuesday and Saturday mornings at the Recinto Ferial.  This is next to the main road near the pedestrian underpass.  There are lots of stalls selling a range of products – clothes, leather goods, souvenirs etc.

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  1. Hi Billy here I have just moved here permantly from Ireland
    My question is where does any parcels go to that I might buy, say on ebay or Amazon. I’s it to the local post office, or thrown over the gate delivery
    in Ireland we had big metal parcel boxes on the pillars of our properties for such delivery’s
    Thanks to anybody who replies to this topic
    And Hello to everybody in here
    Cead mile Failte an Irish wellcome

    1. Hello Billy.
      The type of delivery will depend on what type of property you are living in.
      For example, if you are in a complex with a community, the there will be a bank of post boxes for all the houses/apartments, and you have to collect the post from your numbered post box. My experience is that the postal worker will put a notification letter in the box to say that you have to collect from the post office.
      Large houses, not on a community will probably have an individual post box at the property.
      A word of warning – postal deliveries in Fuerteventura and Spain generally, are notoriously slow and unreliable.

      1. Hi Stephen thank you for the reply
        The property in an individual property up the hill in Caleta it has a post box which is suitable for letters only
        if I get a notification that a parcel in is the post office that is great
        Again many thanks for your reply

  2. There isn’t a left luggage facility in Caleta de Fuste. I’ve known people book a cheap apartment for one day if they’ve had a late flight, or rent a car for the day.

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