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When you think of a true beach resort, you are probably picturing Costa Calma at Fuerteventura without even knowing it. The resort was built alongside of 1 km stretch of the perfectly white sandy beaches that stretch on punitively 15 km connecting Costa Calma to Morro Jable. The beautiful turquoise surf that washes up on the shores of Costa Calma are even perfect for both tourists who wanted to spread it up big beach blanket soak in the sun and maybe dabble in waist deep, and those who are looking to have a little more adventure and try their hand at wind surfing. The resort has the ability to please everybody.
The beach-front property of the resort begins at the Rio Calma hotel, which is a very fancy affair - it even has its own waterfall and freshwater swimming pool at the edge of the sea - and runs until the Hotel Esmerelda, which is less secluded than the Rio, but is much closer to the wind surfing school as well as many other of Costa Calma's bustling activities.
The spacing between these two touchstone hotels is full of other smaller hotels as well as apartments for rent that range all over the star and price scales. However, even the hotels that are not right on the sea front have their benefits, as nothing is all too far away from the sea, and a lot of those hotels have elevated positions which allow for amazing panoramic views of Costa Calma and all of the surrounding dunes.
The beach here is one of the cleanest on the island, as it is meticulously manicured every day, and stretches out far enough to give any early morning running enthusiast a pretty good workout at the grand opening up a couple of times. Which makes it no surprise that gazing out at the beach in the early morning you can often see joggers, Nordic walkers and swimmers all getting in their morning exercise before the beach is turned over to the more lackadaisical sunbathers and sunshine enthusiasts and if spread out beach blankets, umbrellas and sun beds.
Costa Calma, like a lot of villages on the island, was built as a branch off of older, smaller village (in this case: Canada del Rio.) However built up the resort town is become since those days, great care was taken to preserve some of its natural beauty, as to not allow the entire countryside to disappear into a concrete jungle. The developers went as far as to make sure that each built-up area of Costa Calma is evenly spaced out a long runs of green zones, which not only provide havens for wildlife, but offers tourists and locals alike wonderful areas to take long, peaceful walks through. There is even a paved walkway that weaves through the greenbelts and connects the main road to a few of the shopping centers in southern more developments. This path gets lit up at night, and makes for an absolutely beautiful, even romantic stroll.