Caleta de Fuste BeachPaseo Marítimo Promenade, Castillo Caleta de Fuste, 35610, Spain
A Super flat beach, lovely walkway despite the access to the disabled loos
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
During our 10 day holiday, my wife often pushed me along the 2 mile walkway that run fron the rear of the hotel we were staying in to the harbour area and beyond. Seemingly the beach was 'man made' which may accounted for the hardness of is. We often seen wheelchair and buggies using it, either on wooden walkways or the impacted sand. I often stopped to which volleyball matched and seeing Camels give rides was also a good distraction. We also enjoyed watching the Chipmunks scurrying about the rocks
Transport & Parking
We accessed that walkway from our hotel and saw that other hotels had similar access. Along the route there were a number of car parks that led onto the beach area/walkway. Whilst a large stretch of the walkway was just that, others has shops and cafes along it.
Other than at the Disabled toilets, access to the walkway and beach were was good, although the latter were a bit spread out along the beach. Where they were, the access was very good
I really need to start using the toilets but alas I didn't use them. Access from the walkway was terrible - see the photo below Although if one was actually on the beach, it would be okay.
Not applicable for the beach, although the staff we dealt with in the shops and cafes were helpful. On the walk there were a number of 'traders' trying to sell sunglasssess, handbags and the like. One guy was dressed as a pirate, being statuesque, which must have been hard.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
As I mentioned this walk played a mayor part of our holiday, from watching volleyball and Chipmunks to looking out and watching boats. Very wheelchair friendly, on the walkway and the beach. A lovely after dinner walk also. Like most or our holidays, I go where I am pushed. All 82 miles in 10 days.