Costa Calma Holidays
If you're thinking of trying Fuerteventura but are unfamiliar with all its delights, then a holiday in Costa Calma will certainly introduce them to you. Known as the Calm Coast, the town lies on the southern part of the island and is known the world over for providing great holiday activities along with plenty of peace and relaxation. If you're looking for a family break in a safe and pleasant Canary Island town, then a cheap Costa Calma holiday is definitely the place for you!
If you're thinking of a cheap holiday then rest assured that Fuerteventura enjoys fabulous Mediterranean climates of around 30° in the peak months of July and August. During this time it also receives north-westerly winds, providing a cooling breeze as you relax on the beach. In the autumnal months, the weather stays very pleasant, peaking at around 23° Celsius, providing a warm and sunny break from October to February.
Jan - 22ºC
Feb - 22ºC
Mar - 24ºC
Apr - 25ºC
May - 25ºC
Jun - 27ºC
Jul - 28ºC
Aug - 28ºC
Sep - 27ºC
Oct - 25ºC
Nov - 23ºC
Dec - 23ºC
Things to do: Culture
Costa Calma was originally built around a small village called Canada Del Rio, and began its development as a popular tourist resort in the 1970s when the first hotel was built, which has since seen it grow and grow in the wonderful resort it is today.
As a typical traditional Spanish island, Fuerteventura enjoys a bustling calendar of cultural events and celebrations. Costa Calma's Sunday market is a hugely attractive spectacle, with enough crafts and foods to keep you browsing all day. If you're visiting in February, a visit to the capital town of Puerto del Rosario is in order as that's when they hold their fabulous Carnival celebrations. You may also want to visit the town of Corralejo, which will provide you with ferry visits to the volcanic island of Lobos, and even Lanzarote!
Things to do: Adventure
A holiday in Costa Calma is certainly a good choice for those who like their holidays to be serene and peaceful. The town's beaches are highly regarded and perfect for a day of lounging, with fine white sands and crystal clear blue waters. If you feel like exerting yourself a little, there are windsurfing and fishing opportunities too. The town has a thriving Sunday market selling food and crafts, and also well worth a visit is the National Park near the Jandia Peninsula, which is home to all kinds of exotic flora and wildlife, and will make an excellent location for a picnic. Because Fuerteventura is relatively small, other towns are also easily reachable, and well worth visiting.
Things to do: Nightlife
The Canaries have long enjoyed a reputation for being a top clubbing destination for young people, but Fuerteventura is an exception to this, as its towns are very traditional and quiet. In this respect it is much more family-orientated, though it still of course provides a hugely entertaining night out. Your hotel in Costa Calma will offer you a fine night of viewing, while the town's many excellent bars and restaurants are hospitable, friendly and provide exceptional meals and drinks.
Costa Calma holidays are great for anyone who enjoys the beauty of an unspoilt landscape. The town's most splendid quality is its beach, which is cleaned daily, and offers spectacular sunset views. The town in general though is a highly pleasing view, with grand trees lining the streets, and large pockets of greenery scattered throughout the elegant and quaint homes of the villagers.
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Sun, sea, fabulous restaurants and attractions - a holiday in Costa Calma really has it all, and will truly provide a break to remember for everyone. Book yours now with On The Beach! Our convenient live booking system you your bargain hotels and flights so you can begin planning your cheap Costa Calma holiday!
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