Caleta de Famara is a small fishing village renowned for it's world famous surfing San Juan beach.
Along the coast of Famara are also high cliffs taking the brunt of high trade winds coming from the Atlantic.
Caleta de Famara is teeming with surf schools and various water sport activities you can enjoy yourself with. There are many pickup points for all excursions on the island, also there are some great nearby excursions, Some are:
Famara Surf : Rent a surf board at the Famara Beach if you already know surfing, or else learn to surf at Lava Flow, the leading Surf School in Puerto Del Carmen, Lanzarote.
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There are numerous hotels in Caleta De Famara, along with all- inclusive hotels, aparthotels and self-catering villas for all budgets.
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Caleta De Famara is easily connected by road to other parts of Lanzarote, it is convenient to hire a car to go around places.
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Whether you are planning a special lunch or a fine dining evening or want to have a quick bite, Caleta De Famara has something for everyone.
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Caleta De Famara beaches are very windy and a paradise for surfers. Some of it's beaches are:
Playa de San Juan: It is popular for holding International Surfing Competitions. It is not a place for swimming, but a small northern part of the beach is also popular with naturists.
Playa Ensenada: It is windy, good for surfing and also a place where you can see lots of people sunbathing.
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