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How to get from Tenerife Airport to La Caleta

14 miles (23 km) away from the airport, La Caleta is neighbours with some of the most popular resorts in southern Tenerife. Get there quickly and hassle free when you pre-book your transport, and rest easy knowing your driving will be waiting on your arrival, ready to whisk you away to your hotel.

Choose from a range of private vehicles, taxi, minibus, wheelchair-adapted vehicle or luxury car, or opt for a low cost shared shuttle bus for budget-friendly travel. Your door to door journey will be as little as 35 minutes with a private transfer, which comes with a Meet and Greet service and the option to pre-book child car seats and drinks.

Cost of transfer to La Caleta

  • Taxi price from £39.82
  • Shuttle price from £7.85
  • Minibus price from £83.73
  • Luxury car price from £75.04

Things to see and do in La Caleta

Playa de La Enramada is the closest beach to La Caleta, a fairly quiet pebble and black sand beach with a beach bar nearby. If you travel just a little further along the coast towards Costa Adeje, you’ll reach Playa del Duque. One of the most popular beaches near Costa Adeje, it offers soft golden sands and is ideal for families with children and swimming. For a more wild, natural beach, go in the other direction and you’ll find Playa de los Morteros.

While visiting Playa del Duque, take a trip to the El Duque Castle. You’ll discover fantastic views, and can walk along the walls. There are a couple of shops in La Caleta, but for more shopping opportunities head into Costa Adeje. Here you can also find a big selection of beach bars and restaurants, as well as other activities such as water sports and live music.

Top attractions

The natural, unspoiled beach of Cala De Las Tortugas is a popular place to visit, thanks to the local inhabitants after which the park is named: turtles. You can see the turtles from a distance, which live and nest alongside the lagoon, and enjoy a swim in the blue waters.

Families are particularly well catered for at La Caleta as two of the biggest attractions on Tenerife are just nearby. Siam Park is a spectacular waterpark, one of the best and most exciting in the world, while Aqualand offers visitors a mix of pools and huge slides alongside dolphin shows.

Best restaurants

Rosso Sul Mare restaurants has a fine selection of Italian dishes, from veal chops to pasta, and beautiful views out over the ocean. La Vieja is a very popular seafood restaurants with lots of positive reviews, along with attentive staff who all speak excellent English.

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