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What activities can I do in Caleta de Fuste?

Caleta de Fuste is one of the major tourist towns on the island. Water sports are widely available and include diving, underwater submarine excursions, boat trips, snorkelling, wind surfing and kite surfing. Another recent development has been the introduction of the resort’s first golf course which hosted the 2004 Spanish Open and two years later a secondary golf course, the Salinas de Antigua, was introduced. Fishing is also popular in the resort and on the wider island, as well as jogging and running on the long stretches of coastal path.

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What is the weather like in Caleta de Fuste through the summer?

The average temperature of Fuerteventura throughout the year is 25 degrees Centigrade. The island is referred to as having an eternal spring. During winter months, temperature averages highs of 22 and lows of 15 degrees whereas during the summer months there are average highs of 35 and lows of 20 degrees.

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Can I surf in Caleta de Fuste?

Fuerteventura is famous for surfing therefore there are many surf schools and academies on the island. The best spots for surfing are to the north of island, at Corralejo. Here you can find the Wave Rider Surf School and 7 Island Surf catering for all skill types from the beginner to the more experienced.

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Can I go scuba diving in Caleta de Fuste?

Yes, it is an extremely popular water sport in Fuerteventura. Try Deep Blue Diving Base – beginners’ courses start from around €80.

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Can I see dolphins and turtles in Caleta de Fuste?

A variety of boat trips are available from the harbour of Caleta de Fuste, including a catamaran trip along the coastline giving the greatest opportunity of seeing both dolphins and turtles.