Costa Calma (English)


You are at the beginning of the blue route from Costa Calma to Pecenescal.

Departing from this interpretative table next to the Tourist Office, you cross the old road, along the pedestrianised Cailbo and Palmeral, which meets the Avenida Jahn Reisen.

Now follow the dirt road to Calle Crisalida to Playa de Sotavento. There, you will pass the Hotel Meliá Gorriones and take the Camino Los Verdes to Rico del Paso and Mirador de Sotavento.

On this route it is important to highlight Costa Calma in two different respects:

The first aspect is tourism, which emerged in the 1970s. Such activity means that a relatively new population centre is being created, which also receives numerous visitors each day.

The second aspect is surfing. This area has trade winds that make Costa Calma an ideal place for sports such as surfing, windsurfing, and kitesurfing. So much so that competitions have been held on these beaches for years, bringing together professionals and fans of the sport since the 1980s.

In addition, the wide variety of waves allows both experts and beginners to enjoy these water sports.

While these aspects stand out, the greatness of Costa Calma lies in the variety of activities that can be enjoyed, from walks along its white sandy beaches to the discovery of its seabed.

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