H10 Tindaya

Stays at the H10 Tindaya are all about relaxing days, sea views and sunbathing spots close to the water.

During your stay, you have a choice of three pools, including a lake-like number that faces the sea. Shaded seating areas, cushioned daybeds and palm-studded gardens line the water’s edge.

The main restaurant has a buffet set-up, with a huge spread of international dishes served at night. Down by the pool, a snack bar dishes out light bites.

There’s a different sport for every day of the week, with guests encouraged to take part in mini-golf, tennis and beach volleyball. Little ones also have their own playground.

Overview of Costa Calma

As the name of the resort suggests, Costa Calma is an easy-going resort with tranquil waters.

The beaches are the stars of the show. The incredible white sands start at Playa Barca and run for 20 kilometres along the coastline, so you’re never short of a place to soak up the sun.

Costa Calma has everything you need to enjoy a relaxing holiday to Fuerteventura. There’s a bustling Sunday market, shops for every occasion and a great variety of bars and restaurants that will keep the whole family happy. After a stay at the H10 Tindaya, you’ll feel calm, relaxed and rejuvenated.

Things to do in Costa Calma

The H10 Tindaya has bagged a seafront plot. Steps lead from the pool terrace straight onto a quiet sandy beach, too.

The centre of Costa Calma is only a kilometre along the coast. As well as being a great place for finding those all-important souvenirs, the Sunday market is a real gem.

You’ll never have to worry about things to see and do in the evenings, as lively bars are everywhere. You can sip sangria, enjoy your favourite beer or join in the entertainment.

Stays in Costa Calma are incredibly relaxing, you’ll feel at peace listening to the waves lap gently against the shore.


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.