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La Caleta is a small resort lying between Playa Paraiso and Playa de las Americas on the south coast of Tenerife. Originally a small fishing village the resort has spread along the coast so that now it is quite close to its largest neighbour Playa de las Americas. It is a quiet resort with a small shingle beach. Restaurants and bars line the waterfront and there are a small number of shops. A short distance from La Caleta is an excellent golf course.
A La Caleta holiday offers peace and tranquillity in beautiful natural surroundings. It is a small friendly resort where visitors can relax in the sunshine throughout the whole year. Although La Caleta has a rocky coastline with a small beach, there are a number of beaches in neighbouring resorts.
A La Caleta holiday appeals to sun lovers looking for relaxation. Those families with small children may find the beach inadequate although the sandy beach Playa de la Enramada is only a short walk to the south and is rarely over crowded. La Caleta is also popular with golfers and older couples.
La Caleta is a year round holiday destination having pleasantly hot summers and warm winters. Although there is occasional rain there is no specific rainy season and showers are short.
The small village of La Caleta on the south coast of Tenerife is only twenty-five kilometres from Reina Sofia Airport and benefits from a short transfer time. It is an attractive resort offering a relaxing holiday among friendly people. The coastline here is mainly rocky although there is a small shingle beach. Strong swimmers can use the metal ladders found on the rock face to enter and exit the sea. Care must be taken as the water is deep and there can be strong undercurrents. A little way to the south is a good sandy beach near to the hotel Costa Adeje Palace. North of La Caleta is the Playa de Diego Hernandez which is a favourite beach for naturists.
There are a few bars and restaurants mainly around the bay. Most of them are fish restaurants when the produce is fresh from the sea and very good value. Masia del Mar and El Celso are two of the most popular. The nightlife in La Caleta is quiet and centred mainly around the hotels with no all-night venues.
La Caleta has a twenty-seven hole golf course nearby and there are water sports facilities at neighbouring beaches.
A La Caleta holiday provides a relaxing holiday in a charming village in an area of great natural beauty.
La Caleta is a quiet resort with a small number of bars and restaurants. Hotels provide much of the evening entertainment which is fairly low-key. Those looking for all night dancing need to take a short taxi ride to neighbouring Playa de las Americas where there are numerous lively bars and clubs.
One of the attractions of shopping in Tenerife is that it is tax free. Perfume, alcohol, cigarettes, cameras and electronic goods are all considerably cheaper. La Caleta has a limited number of retailers selling everyday essentials, gifts and souvenirs. Neighbouring Playa de las Americas has a wide variety of shops and boutiques and also a market.
La Caleta has a number of restaurants providing wide ranging menus catering for most tastes. Along the sea front there are some excellent fish restaurants serving dishes made from the freshest of ingredients. Typical Canarian food is the spicy mojo sauce and the salty new potatoes that are boiled in sea water before being baked. Fish features prominently on menus and is often served with the green variety of mojo sauce. Children are always made very welcome even in the finest restaurants.