Traditional Canarian cuisine and sangria
La Caleta holidays will take you to the south coast of Tenerife in the Canary Islands.
Just a short 15 minutes transfer from Reina Sofia airport, it makes an ideal destination for a family holiday. This once quiet fishing village has now developed into a popular tourist resort offering a wide sandy beach. The gently shelving waters make it suitable for young children and babies.
Water sports are also available, jet skis and banana boats if you feel the need for speed or pedaloes if you prefer the more relaxing option! The resort offers a mix of traditional Canarian cuisine in the many seafront restaurants though international dishes are also available. Sip sangria with your meal whilst looking out over the Atlantic, you may even see the dolphins.
Quick La Caleta Tips
Transfer time is approx 20 minutes from Tenerife South airport
Currency is the Euro
All year round sub tropical climate
Flight time is approx 4hrs 30 mins
Nightlife here is relatively low key, there are a number of bars in the resort which stay open until the small hours, and children are welcome until late. Accommodation in La Caleta ranges from 2 star Self Catering to 4 star hotels. You will find that many of the hotels offer evening entertainment.
Holidays to La Caleta offer a much quieter alternative to the liveler Playa de Las Americas though it's only a 10 minute drive away if you want to experience the hustle and bustle. For those who enjoy a more laid back way of life, stroll to the beach of Bahia Del Duque and browse the boutiques in search of a unique gift to take home. For keen golfers, The 27 hole Adeje golf course is only 1km away from La Caleta. Book cheap late deals to La Caleta at Latedeals.co.uk.
Top Places To Visit
This fabulous water park provides the perfect day out for adults and children. Amazing water slides and swimming pools will keep the most active of people occupied for a great day out.
You cannot travel to Tenerife without visiting the Mount Teide National Park. Spend a day trekking up the highest point on the island to take in stunning views of the surrounding area, or for the less active try the cable car.