Playa de Costa Calma

  • Playa de Costa Calma - Spain
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Playa de Costa Calma, or Costa Calma Beach, can be found just off the main road in Fuerteventura’s south. Roughly two kilometres in length at low tide when several sections of coast are joined together, the beach is a good all-round option, with sunbathing, swimming and a variety of water sports on offer.

Made up of white sand and waters that are hard to resist, Playa de Costa Calma is backed by clusters of coastal vegetation and occasional palms which lead to the first roads of the town of the same name.

Families with children tend to stick to the northern end of the beach, while its southern end gets busy with surfers and windsurfers when conditions are right. Well provided with amenities, Playa de Costa Calma boasts toilets, showers and public parking. A lifeguard is on duty at the most popular times, while beach chairs and parasols are easy to rent. The surrounding streets have plenty of options when it comes to food and drink.

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