Caleta de Fuste is the highest developed resort in Antigua, a feature substantiated both in terms of nightlife and shopping opportunities available in this resort. Consequently, one should always expect to find Caleta de Fuste has the finest beaches in Antigua.
Windy, calm waters, sandy, highly developed (accessible by bus, sleeping venues, restaurants, shopping area, showers, baths, lounge chairs, facilities for the disabled); it is the largest beach in Antigua.
Windy, mild waves, sandy and pebbly, incipiently developed (restaurants).
Moderate winds, calm waters, sandy and somewhat pebbly, incipiently developed (washrooms, restaurants).
Unlike most other spots in Fuerteventura, Betancuria appeals by its cultural and historic heritage. The Museum of Sacred Art pertains to its patrimony.
Pajara is generally known, from a tourist point of view, for its beaches. However, the Church of Nuestra Senora de Regla is worth visiting while in Pajara.
The Tuineje beaches are less numerous than the ones in La Oliva. Yet, Tuineje has two excellently developed stretches of sand: Tarajalejo and Gran Tarajal.