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Located just to the south of the Fuerteventura airport he will find Costa Antigua, which is also sometimes referred to as Castillo, one of the major tourist destinations on the island.
Much like Corralejo, Costa Antigua is undergoing rapid changes, as more and more buildings popping up in order to help accommodate the large influx in tourists descend on the island each and every, all year round.
Because the town is being built to suit tourists, it is so easy to find your way around and locate everything you could possibly want. For example, the main street of the town is home to a plethora of restaurants and bars that will suit your fancy for whatever gastronomical adventure he doing it traveling partners have decided upon. The resort has even gone as far as to expand inland, which means if it's a taste of the night life you desire, you do not have too far to go to get it. You could even put an apartment tucked closer into the town centre, have all of the restaurants, bars and night life hotspots right at your fingertips.
The night life here is as varied as anywhere. Your evening can start with authentic Spanish cuisine, or anything from Asian to Italian, and either the club, or bar, soaking in life music or even creating your own music belting out karaoke. Costa Antigua truly offers it all.
But, do not fear if the night life is not up your alley, because Costa Antigua has many beautiful and quiet little tree-lined streets, and avenues that back onto a man-made beach and include a few apartments that look upon the beautiful rolling hills. These getaways are much quieter than the rambunctious downtown apartments, and yet, you are still close enough to wander into the main street and enjoy any one of the restaurants or bars. A new element, and a by-product of the booming tourist industry in Costa Antigua is the new golf course features a clubhouse restaurant and its own hotel. Located at the Golf Course roundabout is also a relatively new shopping complex which is loaded with fancy boutiques, gift shops, as well as restaurants and a 10 pin bowling alley. There is even a multi-screen cinema for those film buffs do not mind watching a film in Spanish (though, during seasons of heavy tourism the theatres on the island are known to play an English movie or two to appeal to the onslaught of English-speaking visitors.) If you are looking for some fun on the water, instead just then it, Costa Antigua offers all sorts of experiences such as boat trips and fishing excursions. There are even deep-sea adventures to be had such as diving schools, and undersea excursions via submarine.
With the beautiful Mediterranean weather making it all year round destination, and it's relatively central location allowing Costa Antigua to be a launching point to explore the rest of the island, it is no wonder the resort town is booming in popularity, and even less of a wonder why once you visit once, you'll be craving to come back.