If you’re planning a trip to Caleta de Fuste, located on the east coast of Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands, you’ll be pleased to know that the town is well-connected by air and sea. Here’s a guide to help you get to Caleta de Fuste by air and ferry, along with some useful tips.
Fuerteventura Airport (FUE) is the closest airport to Caleta de Fuste, located just 7 km away. This airport has flights to and from a variety of international and domestic destinations, making it easy to get to the resort from almost anywhere in the world.
From the airport, you can take a taxi, bus, or rent a car to get to Caleta de Fuste.
If you’re flying from the UK, you’ll find direct flights from major airports including London, Manchester, Birmingham, and Glasgow, among others. The flight time from the UK to Fuerteventura is around 4 to 4.5 hours.
If you’re traveling to Fuerteventura from one of the other Canary Islands or mainland Spain, you can take a ferry to the island and then transfer to Caleta de Fuste.
The closest port Puerto del Rosario, which is approximately 10 km away.
From here, you can take a taxi or bus to Caleta de Fuste. Alternatively, you can rent a car from the port and drive to your destination.
There are several ferry companies that operate services to Fuerteventura, including Naviera Armas, Fred Olsen Express, and Trasmediterranea. The most popular route is from Playa Blanca on Lanzarote to Corralejo in the north of Fuerteventura, which takes around 25 minutes.
- Book your flights and/or ferry tickets in advance to get the best prices.
- If you’re travelling from the UK, consider booking a package holiday which includes flights and accommodation.
- If you’re renting a car, make sure you book in advance to ensure availability.
- If you’re taking a taxi from the airport or port, agree on the fare before starting your journey.
- Check the ferry schedules before you travel, as they may change depending on the time of year.
- When travelling by ferry, consider taking seasickness medication if you’re prone to motion sickness.