Castillo Beach

Address: C/ Virgen De La Caridad Del Cobre S/N, Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, 35610, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on C/ Virgen De La Caridad Del Cobre S/N, Caleta de Fuste, is near Cool Runnings and Fuerteventura Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Caleta de Fuste

    Puerto del Rosario

    A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Jul 10, 2014









    I decided a night in Puerto del Rosario might be good for a change of scene and I had an early flight in the morning. I probably should have listened more to what I'd been told, it's more industrial and not so enjoyable. Still it was a transit stop that helped me get to the airport in plenty of time, the bus being much more efficient than I'd expected.
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    Corralejo

    A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Jul 09, 2014









    Landing at the airport I quickly found that they only had one ATM and it was out of order and there was nowhere to exchange cash. So rather than getting the bus I was lumped with a taxi.

    It was a small bump in what was a chilled five days in the little town of Corralejo in the north of Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands. It's a kiteboarding and surfing paradise so not quite my cup of tea but I really enjoyed the laid back vibe ...

    Alone on a desert island

    A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on May 12, 2014

    34 photos

    ... it was, coming here from Copenhagen! Not just the terrain, language, culture and climate, but everything seems so inexpensive here. Food and drink cost a fraction of what I was spending in northern Europe. Speaking of food, I enjoyed one of the local specialties called “wrinkly potatoes” – papas arrugadas are served with mojo, a sauce made from pureed garlic, oil and vinegar, sometimes with cheese, orange, avocado, paprika ...

    Gran Tarajal, Fuerteventura

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 30, 2014

    ... you could see numerous small streets and alleys built into the hillside so we set off to explore. :-)

    We took a walk along the seafront where there were several small bars and cafés. The sun was out at last although there was still a lively breeze. We came to a small market square and had a browse among the stalls, before coming to a wide sandy beach where a few people in wetsuits with surf boards were putting the wind and ...

    Last port of call

    A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Jan 06, 2014

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    ... traders can't wait to pounce on you to sell their wares but here in Gran Tarajal we were greeted with a smile FREE!Almost half the Islands population live in Puerto del Rosario, the port town and is the Islands capital since 1860.Following Spain's departure from the Sahara in 1975, 5000 soldiers of the Foreign Legion were garrisoned here. Their quarters are still used ...