Costa Calma

Holiday Guide Costa Calma, Fuerteventura – All Inclusive

Quick Details

  • Approx 4.5 hours from the UK
  • Time difference: Same as the UK
  • Language: Spanish
  • Currency: Euro


At a Glance

  • Close to the Jandia National Park
  • Just right for relaxation
  • A superb white sands beach
  • Great range of accommodation

General Area:

A tranquil resort set on the southern coast of Fuerteventura all inclusive Costa Calma holidays makes an ideal location for families and couples. An exclusive resort only recently created is home to a superb range of accommodation that proves a good base offering sophisticated charm in superb conditions. Windsurfers are at home on holidays in Costa Calma all inclusive due to the powerful airstreams that make Fuerteventura a haven for this sport. Costa Calma makes for a romantic couple resort thus is popular with couples on honeymoon that seek privacy and relaxation.


The area here is part of the Jandia peninsula, a safeguarded zone of Fuerteventura that is an ecological unit of flora and fauna. The beaches are virtually unbroken soft sands that are among the finest anywhere in the Canary Islands and at the heart of it all lays Costa Calma. Holidays here do not get much better and never get too busy; the principal beach is Playa de Sotavento that comes complete with bleached sands that descend into the still streams of the Atlantic. This makes all inclusive in Costa Calma a perfect location if the beach plays a large part of your holidays. Facilities on the beach at Costa Calma are few but will include sunbeds and shades. Costa Calma has a decent selection of all inclusive hotels; the more luxurious tend to be closer or at the beach. You may be thinking of shopping in Costa Calma, you will not be too disappointed as there is an adequate number of shops that will give you the nuts and bolts needed for any stay and even provide a few mementoes of your holiday.

What it’s Like:

Our impression of Costa Calma is that it is a quiet and serene resort with good all inclusive accommodation with an impressive setting that is sure to please. If you are booking self-catering then you will likely head to the small amount of bars in the resort, but if you want to get the most from your holiday in Costa Calma book all inclusive. This means your hotel will provide a respectable selection of entertainment and a menu to impress.


Staying in Costa Calma means you will likely pay a visit to the Jandia National Park. Other small scale trips are bookable from individual hotels, but you will most likely come to Costa Calma to relax and watch the world go by.

Costa Calma Weather

April 66°F
May 69°F
June 74°F
July 75°F
Aug 75°F
Sept 71°F
Oct 67°F
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Map of Costa Calma, Fuerteventura – Spain

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