SBH Costa Calma Beach Resort

Sat in a privileged, beachfront position at the start of Costa Calma’s rugged beach, the SBH Costa Calma Beach Resort is a wonderful place to relax in the sun with your loved ones. Family-friendly, it features no fewer than five pools, of which two are for children and one is heated during the winter months. The hotel also offers a Mini Club, Teen Club, spa treatments and sports activities ensuring the whole family is well-catered for. There’s a buffet restaurant on-site serving tasty meals, as well as a number of bars and snack outlets to satisfy your every whim as you lounge by the pool. Some of the rooms come with terraces or balconies.

Overview of Costa Calma

Nestled on Fuerteventura’s impossibly stunning southern coastline, Costa Calma is a real jewel among Spain’s Canary Islands. Owing its name to the calm waters that grace its sands, the resort is much loved for its rugged scenery, great food and top-class accommodation. Holidaymakers flock to Costa Calma to explore its wild beaches and coves fringed by green and rocky landscapes. The nearby beach of Sotavento regularly hosts a number of windsurfing championships, making it a popular spot for water sports enthusiasts and professional athletes alike.

Things to do in Costa Calma

Costa Calma is the perfect spot for laid-back, beachy holidays in the sun, so a day spent exploring the coastline is a must. Pack a picnic and head out to the coves and more remote areas along the coast to find tranquility in stunning surroundings. Fuerteventura is a great place to try traditional Spanish dishes with Costa Calma home to a good selection of tapas restaurants. There’s a great range of shops in the resort, just a 15-minute walk from the SBH Costa Calma Beach Resort where you can pick up trinkets and souvenirs among other treats. The town also holds a twice-weekly market that sells a range of Mediterranean wares. Holidays to Fuerteventura are all about chilling in the sun with your favourite people. If you love island escapes, you won’t be disappointed as you touch down on the sun-soaked isle of Fuerteventura.

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.