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Costa Calma Holidays

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Fuerteventura holidays

A beach retreat in Fuerteventura

Living up to its name, Costa Calma, the Calm Coast, is a peaceful resort known for its mile-long beach and shallow waters. The idyllic shoreline is located in southeastern Fuerteventura, and is the gateway to the Jandia peninsula and its more than 20 kilometres of white beaches, making this a haven for lovers of sand and sea. With turquoise waters on one side and a rugged, mountainous landscape on the other, Costa Calma holidays are not short on natural beauty.

Families will love the child-friendly calm of the crystalline water, beach bums will adore the creamy, fine sand and adventure fans will relish the water sports opportunities, from windsurfing to kiteboarding. Shopaholics won’t be disappointed either, with Costa Calma town boasting eight shopping centres, where you’ll find everything from shoes to souvenirs. All in all, holidays to Costa Calma are ideal for a blissful break in Fuerteventura.

Your Costa Calma questions, answered

This is a reasonably quiet town, but if you want to put your dancing shoes on, there are a handful of cocktail bars where you can let your hair down.
Tuck into traditional Spanish tapas at a beachfront restaurant or go global with a pizza, a gourmet burger or Chinese food – everything is catered for in town.
Costa Calma holidays are ideal for families, couples and anybody looking for a relaxing break in an area blessed with an abundance of pristine beaches.

Best things to do in Costa Calma

Hit the beach

Secluded Sotavento beach is lovely. The azure lagoon is perfect for toddlers, while beyond it there are rolling waves that attract surfers and kite boarders from across the globe.

Go exploring

The spectacular Jandia Nature Reserve is right on Costa Calma’s doorstep, so don’t miss the chance to discover its impressive volcanic landscape – on foot or even by quad bike.

Look up a lookout

Head up to the Mirador Punta Junquillo lookout point for picturesque views over the beach and the ocean, and a relaxing stroll before or after dinner.