La Caleta Vacation Packages
See why Canary Islands is so frequented by international and local tourists alike, by taking to the road and experiencing the treasure-trove of man-made and natural attractions within easy traveling distance of La Caleta. If you have time, head 2 miles (3 kilometers) where you'll find Valverde. Here you can spend an hour or two visiting the Roque De La Bonanza and El Hierro Biosphere Reserve.
When you come to La Caleta, why not make a day trip to San Sebastian de la Gomera. Approximately 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the northeast, this regional city is home to Garajonay National Park, Santa Catalina Beach and Los Organos. San Sebastian de la Gomera Harbour and Playa de la Cueva are also good to visit.
Religion is a pivotal part of every community's DNA, so be sure spend a little time in the area's cathedrals and other religious sites. Visitors to Canary Islands should spend time exploring the region's open-air markets and gardens.
Water-based sports are a much-loved pastime here. Don't miss the opportunity to go sailing or surfing; this region has some great spots for it. There are loads of ways to experience the great outdoors in and around La Caleta. Mountain climbing and mountain biking are just two popular ways thrill seekers here can get their thrills.
When it is time to depart La Caleta, pack up your camera and mementos, spend your last of your euros on last-minute souvenirs, and bid Adiós (farewell) to this special place.
Accommodation in La Caleta
As there aren't any La Caleta accommodations listed with Expedia, you may find it convenient to stay in Valverde, just 3 miles (5 kilometers) away. The best options in Valverde are the Parador de El Hierro and Hotel Villa el Mocanal.