El Caletón is a small white sand cove to the south of El Cotillo, surrounded by a series of coves that follow the northeast coast of Fuerteventura, like Los Lagos, La Concha and Los Charcos.
The cove is dependent on the tides. At low tide, the black sharp volcanic rock that characterises this area of Fuerteventura breaks the water level and makes it difficult to enter the sea, but at high tide, the water covers the rock, resulting in a beautiful cove with white sand and crystal-clear waters. As in all the coves in the area, the waves are practically non-existent thanks to the reefs. Likewise, it has rich underwater life and is ideal for snorkelling.