Club Hotel Drago Park

In peaceful Costa Calma, away from the hustle and bustle of resort life, Club Hotel Drago Park is a tranquil retreat with generously-sized modern rooms. Its free shuttle bus takes you to the nearby beach, 1.5km away, but if you’d rather stay put, there are sports, games and children’s clubs to keep kids entertained and adult-friendly daytime activities, too. The hotel is 70km from Fuerteventura Airport, and the enchanting village of La Lajita is just 5km away. Also worth a visit is historic Betancuria, just 28km away. And if you’re a nature lover, Ajuy natural park is a mere 13km away.

Overview of Fuerteventura

With its long sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, Fuerteventura is the beach capital of the Canary Islands. It’s also very popular with surfers, who flock to the island to ride some of the best waves on the planet. On your holidays to Fuerteventura, enjoy natural parks, delicious food, wowing views, unbeatable high-street shopping, wind-surfing galore and over 3,000 hours of sunshine per year. And check out the spectacular surroundings of Corralejo, too – where sand dunes roll down to pristine waters.

Things to do in Fuerteventura

For relaxation, head to secluded Jandia on the southern coast. This tranquil beach resort with a picture-perfect coast is a wonderful spot for families. You could also check out Caleta de Fuste and Costa Calma, around a 30-minute drive from Fuerteventura. In Caleta de Fuste, explore the caves and coastal walks, or book time on the pristine golf course. After working up an appetite, order a mouth-watering goat stew and chops or local signature dish gofio – a toasted corn and wheat flour garnish for soups. Fabulous Fuerteventura is one of the UK’s top destinations for a splash of summer and winter sun, thanks to its balmy year-round temperatures. With its sun-kissed beaches, turquoise waters and golf courses galore, it’s a winning holiday spot for families, friends and couples.


Resort Summary

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.