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Great hotel,great food, great staff. Disappointing that rules on saving sun beds and dress code in... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Patricia W
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Durham, United Kingdom
Great beach on outskirts of Costs Calma.

Situated in front of the big H10 hotel it is a lovely beach with clear water to swim in. Gets busy... read more

Reviewed 6 June 2018
Bob50M
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Costa Calma, Pajara, Fuerteventura, Spain
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great hotel,great food, great staff. Disappointing that rules on saving sun beds and dress code in restaurant were not enforced.

Thank Patricia W
Reviewed 6 June 2018

Situated in front of the big H10 hotel it is a lovely beach with clear water to swim in. Gets busy but you can either hire 2 lounger and umbrella for 13.5 euros or sit on form sand. If no room walk round the corner...More

1  Thank Bob50M
Reviewed 1 June 2018

Brilliant walking, both family friendly,sporting and quiet spots, sea comes in and kite surfers are colourful learning in the shallow areas.

Thank Jan-Kev-2017-18
Reviewed 16 April 2018

This is a very clean beach for swimmers and sunbathers alike. There is ample parking if you are coming from father afield. A very good restaurant for drinks and meals alike sits atop a small cliff and has access for disabled visitors over a wooden...More

3  Thank Colin W
Reviewed 15 April 2018 via mobile

A pleasant stretch of firm, pale golden sand, leading back from the clear, aquamarine sea, to fine, soft sand at the rear of the beach. The sea is good for swimming in and doesn't get too deep until the water changes from green to deep...More

1  Thank holidaymanWashington
Reviewed 12 April 2018

Nice to walk along or has a swim. No rocks in the sea You can have a drink in one of the bars. Winfsurfing is another option

Thank chrisgeldof
Reviewed 27 March 2018 via mobile

Fantastic beach where you can walk for miles with or without swimsuit on. Family areas are everywhere but the beach is so big you can really keep yourself to yourself. This is definitely worth a visit as are all the beaches locally here.

Thank cr0ssy17
Reviewed 22 March 2018

Easy walk down to beach Bit windy as not many places to sit away from beach About 80 plus people on beach Equally split male / females Equally split nude & clothered. Adults If nudity don’t bother u , A must to visit & enjoy...More

2  Thank robrt
Reviewed 20 February 2018

Beautiful sheltered beach with calm shallow water but there are lots of Nudists there who sunbathe and play bowls naked, and also walk along the shore naked.

Thank peachum
Reviewed 31 January 2018

Worth a visit even if you did not stay in Costa Calma. One could walk for miles along the shore, looking for beauty and relaxation until one realised that children were wearing swim suits while middle aged men and women preferred skin suits! Suddenly everything...More

3  Thank Robin W
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LancsSam
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Response from Robin W | Reviewed this property |
Mainly hotel resorts. We went end of January so it was “dead quiet” Restaurants and bars are few and far between. “Costa Calma” I suppose! Nothing much to do but stay calm :-))
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