Sights and attractions in Costa Calma

Although Costa Calma was a small village before the bulldozer of tourism transformed it into a purpose-built resort, not many of the traces in the past persist today. What can be seen today are arrays of hotels and serviced apartments fringing the 1.5 miles long fine sand beaches along with palm trees and cactuses. Built slightly on the elevated part of the sandy bays, these buildings offers good views to the sea and the desert-like landscapes inland and wine turbines renewable energy. 

Miradors (View points)

If you have a car, why not go for a short ride exploring the Jandia peninsular where Costa Calma belonged. There are a number of access to view-points along the Fv-617 roads towards Pajara offering impressive views over the beaches and mountainous landscapes inland.