Costa Calma Holidays 2024/2025

A favourite among those looking for All Inclusive Fuerteventura holidays, in Costa Calma the name says it all. It’s a peaceful resort adjacent to a mile-long stretch of perfect white beach running as far as Morro Jable. Relax to the sound of waves lapping the sands on this stretch of uninterrupted coastline, which is easily accessible from any of the resort’s hotels.

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A little history with a side of beach

Originally built around the village of Canada del Rio, this stunning coastline is popular with tourists. From spotless beaches to the green zone of trees running the length of the resort, the countryside is the soul of this captivating place. A paved walkway linking the greenbelt to the main road is as beautiful to walk at day as it is when lit up at night.

At the heart of family-friendly Costa Calma you can enjoy the traditional Sunday market, a colourful bustle of food and drink that runs from early morning until the afternoon. It’s a great place for finding those all important souvenirs during holidays to Fuerteventura.

When it comes to hotels, you’re spoilt for choice with the range along the resort. If you like to wake up to the sound of the waves, there’s the Hotel Rio Calma – a beachfront house set in landscaped gardens. Sporty types who want to be near to the wind surfing schools might fancy the Hotel Esmerelda instead. It’s less secluded but perfect if you want to get close to the tides on Playa Barca.

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  • Eating and entertainment

    You’ll discover restaurants of every type dotted throughout the Costa Calma. Whether you’re looking for a snack or fancy a hearty European meal, Costa Calma has it all. There’s Tony’s 2 Non Solo Cafe for Italian or Zampa for tasty snacks. There’s such a wide variety you could try a different eatery every night.

    Don’t worry about finding things to do in the evenings – there are lively bars scattered throughout the resort. Sip the local sangria or join in the entertainment. You’re close to Corralejo, perfect if serious partying is your style – its nightlife is famous!


    If you like taking a day trip, the harbour resort of Morro Jable’s only a short drive away. The quaint old town has a fantastic mix of shops, eateries and some of the longest beaches in the Canary Islands. Those in search of adventure can take the jet foil to the nearby Gran Canaria – it’s the perfect way to see more of this breathtaking coast.

    The huge beach of Sotovento is a short walk down the coast. This sheltered spot is great for family fun. In a sea of around 20°C all year – you might just want to float around in the warm water. The conditions attract surfers and are perfect for kiteboarding. If you’re into windsurfing, catch the world championships here every summer.

    Neighbouring nature

    It’s not just the beaches that are beautiful. Costa Calma has been specifically built to preserve its rural surroundings. Lush green spaces separate the residential areas of the resort with palm trees, landscaped gardens and Canary pines. European Hoopoes, a colourful, crested bird, can be found perching in the trees of the greenbelt alongside doves, swifts and finches.

    These leafy spaces are a great getaway from the heat of the beaches, so take a look at our full range of cheap holidays to Fuerteventura if you’re after a relaxing break that offers the best of both worlds.


    When you’re done with relaxing, Costa Calma has a wide range of sport and leisure activities to keep you entertained. Take a buggy tour across many of the coast’s sand dunes, speed round the island by motorbike or try surfing in some of the world’s best waves. With kiteboarding classes, windsurfing or even a diving experience to see the bottom of the ocean, you’re spoilt for choice in this vibrant place.

    More than a golf course

    Take a 30-minute drive from Costa Calma and play on one of the Canary Islands‘ best golf courses. Jandia Golf at Fuerteventura – a magnificent 18-hole course created by Ron Kirby – is surrounded by white sand beaches, exotic greenery and benefits from year-round temperatures of between 21°C and 27°C.

    The course has been designed to challenge even the most experienced player, with four lakes on the route and many dry riverbeds. The field itself is located near a protected nature area. On the windward side of the island loggerhead sea turtles can sometimes be seen laying their eggs.

    An oasis of a park

    Those looking to get close to nature will love a day out at Oasis Park in La Lajita. This zoo and botanical gardens house more than 250 different species! Meet monkeys, giraffes and zebras or even swim with sea lions! You can take your own camel safari through the botanical gardens or cuddle up with lemurs in the Lemur Experience.


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