Caleta de Fueste is protected from strong waves and currents and the water is shallow, making it ideal for families with young children or visitors who are not confident swimmers. There are also lifeguards on duty, a children’s playground, a food and drink stall on the beach, and a pleasant promenade.
It is 600 metres long and is busy for most of the year, especially during summer. This beach offers all the necessary facilities; bathrooms directly on the beach, disabled access ramps, showers, deckchairs, parasols, and much more. It is situated next to a large shopping centre which backs out onto the promenade itself and is open until late into the night, when the place is transformed into a varied, entertaining complex with a bowling alley, cinema and endless restaurants of every type and nationality. A little further along, a long wooden bridge takes you to a circular-shaped bar-restaurant with a terrace overlooking the sea, offering spectacular panoramic views.
It is easy to get here by bus or car and is just minutes from the city. There is parking available near the entrance. The sand at La Caleta is fine and golden, and although waves are mostly flat, it is still possible to take part in various activities both in and out of the water: windsurfing, jetski, swimming, diving, kayaking, volleyball, camel rides, and other pastimes are all possible.