This beach, with fine, golden sand, is located in the town bearing the same name, Caleta de Famara. It is a small but very charming fishing cove, with a little pier on one side and a rocky area on the other, where locals often go to gather shellfish.
At the Caleta de Famara any of the restaurants will be able to serve you up some excellent fresh fish, prepared in the most traditional style, of course. This small town also belongs to the Chinijo natural park, and enjoys a privileged and absolutely beautiful location. From its little white houses, with their blue wooden window and door frames, you can clearly see the small islands of the Chinijo Archipelago and the vertical slopes of the majestic Risco de Famara rise up right next to the town, so that at sunset the strong light tints its rocky walls with tones of red and orange.
Such a moment provides a glimpse of a sublime beauty, and if we add to it the spectacular views of Famara beach, which stretches out at the feet of this imposing massif, the spectacle is complete. Here there are hardly any tarmac roads. The sand-track streets and the whistle of the wind, accompanied by the tireless breaking of the waves, make the Caleta both a beautiful and a savage place.