Piscinas de La Caleta

La Caleta

At the south end of town, huddled against expansive coast-and-cliff panoramas, La Caleta's turquoise salt-water pools are well maintained and ideal for children (though it can get a little windy here).

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Nearby La Caleta attractions

2. Plaza Quintero Núñez

1.74 MILES

The town's central, multilevel plaza hosts a couple of bars and restaurants, along with the graceful town hall (built in typical Canarian style) and the…

3. Casa de las Quinteras

1.83 MILES

At this cluster of small yellow-washed stone houses turned ethnographic museum, multilanguage exhibits on rural island life take in traditional clothing…

4. Árbol Garoé


According to legend, the Bimbaches' ancient holy tree, the Garoé, miraculously spouted water, providing for the islanders and their animals. Today we know…

5. Charco Manso

3.94 MILES

The narrow HI151 meanders 4km north from Echedo, past shrubs and volcanic rock, to these natural saltwater pools dotted with spectacular lava arches. On a…

6. Ermita de San Pedro

4.06 MILES

Dating to the 17th century, this whitewashed roadside church with a stone-adorned tower and a Mudéjar-style artesonado (ceiling of interlaced beams with…

7. Pozo de las Calcosas

4.54 MILES

Clustered around a natural north-coast pool, this 18th-century summer village of traditional generations-old small houses made of lava rock (called…