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A long avenue of palms greets you as you arrive at Costa Calma, a serene gem on the island of Fuerteventura. A village developed into a tourist hot spot, this Canary Island beach town is ideal for a relaxed holiday experience.

 

If laid-back is your style, holidays to Costa Calma are sure to deliver the goods. Located in the south of Fuerteventura, this quaint resort is one of the more peaceful on the island, ideal for families, couples or solo travellers seeking all things sun, sand and sea. With its position just off the north coast of Africa, the region benefits from plenty of sunshine and a pleasant breeze, which is great for watersports and fun beach activities!

 

The main beach winds along the edge of a huge national park, and offers up sunloungers, a surf school and a string of beach bars to indulge in. For a spot of local culture, the Sunday Market is worth visiting with a medley of handmade crafts, goods and food to offer shoppers. Similar to most resorts in the Canary Islands, the cuisine here is mostly Mediterranean with dozens of fresh seafood restaurants and traditional tapas bars ready to try, before discovering what the evening will bring.

 

Costa Calma holidays are low-key in comparison to some other, wilder, resorts in the Canaries, making it an ideal choice for families. Late nights can be had in the local restaurants and bars, but there is not much of a clubbing scene in this area.

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Costa Calma Coast

The beach in Costa Calma is nearly 2km long and boasts gorgeous white sand and a lapis lazuli-coloured ocean that laps the shore. With many hotels located on the coastline offering stunning views of the Atlantic, all you’ll need to do is walk over to the stunning beach and settle in for the day. With all sorts of watersport activities available, you can hire splash-tastic jet skis, go kite-surfing or even paddleboarding. The sandy beach fringes the resort town, so once you’ve soaked up the sun and dipped in the sea, why not explore the town and grab a spot of lunch? With shops and cafes nearby, you're sure to find something that suits.

Oasis Park Zoo

 

Oasis Park Zoo

For a fabulous day out with the whole family, hop on the free bus and head to Oasis Park. This exciting zoo offers amazing animal exhibits featuring camels, monkeys and giraffes. There are also interactive experiences where you can swim with sea creatures and pet or feed certain animals. With a dedicated children’s section, the little ones are guaranteed to be entertained and leave with cute and fuzzy memories! Buy food bags, get your picture taken with the animals, enjoy a sea lion experience or go on a thrill-seeking safari. With so many things to see and do, you’ll stay entertained all day long.

 
Made For Tourists

 

Made For Tourists

This quiet village of Costa Calma was converted into a tourist town, with large hotels and guest villas popping up over the years. The visitors range from older couples looking for some peace and quiet, to families after beach fun, and couples and singles looking to enjoy some sunshine. There's plentiful cafes, restaurants and bars to enjoy in the evenings offering delicious local delicacies as well as international cuisine. With affordable eateries available as well as high-end restaurants, the many eateries cater to all tastes with vegetarian friendly spots and even pub food.

 
1960's Fuerteventura

 

 

1960's Fuerteventura

The gorgeous golden beach and year-round sunshine in Costa Calma was so appealing that it attracted some new settlers all the way back in the 1960s when the town was founded by an investor called Bruno Wenner. With many businesses run by the expats, the language to brush up on is definitely German, as even the locals are practically fluent. Many restaurants and cafes offer up German cuisine and alcohol, which is great news if you enjoy a schnitzel and a stein of beer!

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