Costa Calma is located 80 km. from the airport heading south, the boundary of the national park Jandía. Costa Calma is a holiday village built along a golden sand beach.
The main street of Costa Calma, which divides this place into two sectors, is surrounded by palm trees and Canarian pines, something rather strange to see in Fuerteventura as the island is known for its desert landscape. Costa Calma has two well-defined sectors, the main avenue, rather, the route or highway that crosses this sector, divides Costa Calma into two parts, the sector close to the beach is where we find almost all the hotels, we can say that this sector is developed for tourism. The sector towards the interior of the island, although there are also a few hotels, it is more residential.
The beach in Costa Calma is quite long; it is common to see athletes running in the morning; we also see quite a lot of windsurfers who come to this place for the winds that hit the coast in summer. Coves south of Costa Calma are preferred by nature lovers, this area of the beach in Costa Calma is now a mixed zone, it is not used exclusively for nature people, it is important to note that the sand, in its entirety, it is cleaned daily.