Costa Caleta Weather February Averages, Spain

    Costa Caleta Weather for February 2021

    What's the Weather like in Costa Caleta in February

    Temperature

    In February, the average daily temperature for Costa Caleta stays the same as January, at a nice and comfortable 18°C (about 64°C). The lows dip down to about 15°C (around 59°F), so you might want to bring a medium-weight jacket or sweater to wear, especially at night if you'll be outside. The high temperatures reach a very pleasant 21°C (about 70°F), a great temperature for getting out and enjoying all the island of Fuerteventura has to offer.

    Average Sunshine Hours

    During the day, you can expect around 9 hours of sunshine, plenty of time to get outside and explore the resort and all it has to offer. The chance of having a sunny day during your stay is 40 percent, so you'll probably want to bring a pair of sunglasses and maybe a hat to protect yourself from the sun. During the day, a light jacket or sweater will keep you plenty warm and you might even get away with just short-sleeves during the afternoon hours.

    Rainfall

    This month brings higher rain chances and amounts, with around 20mm falling over the course the month. The rain comes over 3 days during the month, meaning heavier showers over a shorter amount of time. If you forget an umbrella or poncho, check one of the local shops to find one. The chance of rain is 7 percent and the chance of a cloudy day is also 7 percent. It gets a little windier this time of the year, with a 58 percent chance of a windy day during the month.

    Average Sunshine Hours

    Compared to January, the sea temperatures actually drop a little, to an average of 18°C (about 64°F), which it will stay at for the next couple of months. This is still too cold for most people to want to swim or enjoy watersports. If you're feeling brave, you can find a wet or dry suit to keep you warm in the water, or just enjoy time on the beach in the warm sunshine.

    Costa Caleta Hotels in February

    Broncemar Beach

    When you stay at Broncemar Beach, you won't need to leave the resort because everything you need is right there. The complex includes pedestrian walkways connecting all the apartments and public areas, square and gardens. The 252 apartments have bedrooms, bathrooms, living rooms and kitchens with microwaves and coffee makers. Other room amenities include satellite television, telephone and outdoor terrace. Outside the apartment, you'll enjoy three swimming pools with floating hammocks and a pool bar. You'll also have access to two Jacuzzis, a restaurant, café, supermarket, tennis court and playground.

    Caleta Garden Fuerteventura

    With apartment-style accommodations, the Caleta Garden Fuerteventura provides plenty of space for you and your family to spread out. The rooms all have balconies with views of the central swimming pool, as well as sitting areas with sofa beds and kitchenettes with microwave, fridge and stove. Along with a convenient location close to the beach and the town with shops and restaurants, the complex has tennis courts, Jacuzzi, buffet restaurant and pool snack bar.

    La Perla Azul

    Perfect for large families or groups traveling together or someone who just wants extra space and privacy, La Perla Azul has three bedrooms, one en-suite bathroom and two family bathrooms. When visiting in February, enjoy the green private gardens, swimming pool, Wi-Fi, ocean views and barbecue. The kitchen comes with oven, microwave, fridge, freeze and dishwasher, while the living room has a large plasma television, sofas and dining area.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Kings Arms

    A traditional English pub, the Kings Arms has five plasma televisions showing major sporting events and TV soaps during the day. The large outdoor terrace is a great place to enjoy a cool drink in the pleasant Costa Caleta weather and on the weekends, the bar serves up barbeque. The pub is located in the Hotel Elba San Jorge in downtown and has nightly entertainment like karaoke and live music.

    Millenum Bar Caleta de Fuste

    Offering two-for-one drinks during happy hour, the Millenium Bar Caleta de Fuste is a great place to start and end your night out in Costa Caleta. Lounge on comfy couches in the funky inside or sit outside on the terrace. The bar also serves small snacks and bites to go with your drinks. While there, you'll hear a variety of music, from 80s to top 40 pop hits.

    Fado Rock Steakhouse

    For a lovely night on the town, good food and large portions, the Fado Rock Steakhouse is a great place for a date night or elegant dinner out with friends. The menu includes Portuguese cuisine and steak and chicken dishes, as well as pizza and barbecue, so you're sure to find something that satisfies your cravings. Check out the beer, wine and cocktail list to find a drink that complements your meal. 

    Things to do in Costa Caleta in February

    Caleta Nights Bar

    Combining dinner and a show, Caleta Nights Bar offers a stage show every Tuesday and Thursday night. The shows are a great choice for the cooler February nights and are family-friendly, so everyone can participate. The first drink is on the house and the two-course meal served before the show includes rack of ribs, chicken and pork steaks. The entertainment suits all types of musical tastes including cabaret, Elvis tributes, modern pop music and dance nights.

    U-Spa

    Truly relax and pamper yourself on holiday at the U-Spa, part of the Barcelo Fuerteventura Thalasso Resort. The spa has five treatment rooms and offers massage, facial treatments, body scrubs and full spa days. You can also enjoy a sauna, Turkish bath, sensation showers and outdoor and indoor seawater pools with massage jets and airbeds. If you'd rather sweat it out, check out the fitness center and group classes like Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi.

    Los Tesoros de la Tierra

    A one-of-a-kind shop in Costa Caleta, Los Tesoros de la Tierra sells jewelry made from natural sources. The name translates to "Treasures of the Earth" in English and the wares sold there fit the name perfectly. You'll find unique pieces made by Italian artists using natural resources like lava, crystals, gemstones, amethyst, coral, agate and pearls.

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