Enter your email address when searching to sign up for our weekly newsletter featuring a selection of the best holiday deals available.
Select a destination from above then we'll bring back a list of relevant resorts to choose from.
We are currently searching around 70 million offers. Please be patient. This may take up to 30 seconds.
Find information on Costa De Antigua in our Travel Guide covering sights, foods and nightlife plus more...
Click on the prices displayed below to view our offers. Please be patient while results are returned. It may take up to 30 seconds.
|All Inclusive||Bed & Breakfast||Full Board||Half Board||Room Only||Self Catering|
|Please note, prices were updated on November 27, 2020 at 08:17. For up-to-date prices, click through to the offer results.|
Costa de Antigua lies in the middle of the east coast of Fuerteventura, less than two kilometres from Caleta de la Fuste, and benefits from a transfer time from the airport of fifteen minutes. It has a small white sandy beach, pleasant coastal walks, a nearby golf course and a range of water sports. Being so close to Caleta de la Fuste visitors can enjoy many additional activities. A Costa de Antigua holiday offers total relaxation where you can bask in the warm sunshine and forget the stresses of twenty-first century living.
A Costa de Antigua holiday offers peace and relaxation in pretty surroundings. There are many leisure and sporting facilities in the area, all of which can be enjoyed in warm sunshine. If what you want are relaxed days followed by mellow evenings, book yourselves a Costa de Antigua holiday.
A Costa de Antigua holiday appeals to a wide variety of people. Families with young children, couples of all ages, golfers and water sports enthusiasts can all enjoy a holiday here.
Costa de Antigua is a year round holiday destination having pleasantly hot summers and warm winters. Those seeking winter sun need look no further than the Canary Islands where the temperature lies in the low twenties.
Costa de Antigua is a pleasant little resort that is almost a suburb of Caleta de Fuste, another purpose built development. It is a relaxed low-key resort where days are usually spent enjoying the sun on the beach or participating in water sports. The amenities here are adequate but if more is needed, a stroll along the cliffs will bring to Caleta de Fuste which has much more. The white sandy beach is washed by clear Atlantic waters which are calmer on the east coast than on the west. Care must still be taken when bathing, as there can be strong under currents. Water sports, particularly those that require wind power, are popular.
Costa de Antigua has a good range of accommodation from hotels to self-catering apartments and villas. Its restaurants serve a diverse cuisine catering for most palates and its shops supply essential provisions as well as gifts and souvenirs.
Costa de Antigua, lying centrally on Fuerteventura, is a good base from which to explore the rest of the island and car hire is recommended. 4x4 vehicles are best as the terrain can be arduous. The many inland villages with their cobbled streets and whitewashed dwellings simply ooze charm and here you can enjoy the best of traditional food. In the south of the island hikers can enjoy the long walk to the top of Pico de Zarza, at 807 metres the highest point on the island, where the view is absolutely stunning and well worth the effort. Go prepared with water, food and hats as there is no shade. The Jandia National Park is also worth exploring.
A Costa de Antigua holiday offers relaxation in a picturesque resort with sandy shores and a brilliant blue sea.
Costa de Antigua nightlife is very low-key reflecting the resorts popularity with families and couples. There are bars along the waterfront where you can enjoy a drink or a meal under the stars. Caleta de Fuste is slightly livelier with some discos but it is not a resort that parties until dawn.
One of the attractions of shopping in the Canary Islands is that goods are virtually tax free. Although Costa de Antigua’s shops provide essentials, there is much greater variety in Caleta de Fuste. The Atlantico Centre has a wide variety of shops and boutiques. There is a regular local bus service to the capital Puerto del Rosaria where the Rotunda shopping centre has an impressive array of specialist shops. There is also Saturday market in Caleta de Fuste. Popular purchases include leather goods, jewellery, embroidered linens and pottery.
Costa de Antigua has a limited number of restaurants serving a diverse cuisine that caters for most palates. Neighbouring Caleta de Fuste has many cafés, bars and restaurants providing a wide range of food. Whatever you fancy, from fast food to Indian or from Italian to traditional fish menus, the restaurants of Caleta de Fuste will satisfy you. A good way to sample Spanish food is to order a plate of tapas which consists of a medley of bite-sized dishes. Tapas are also ideal for filling the sometimes long gap between lunch and dinner, which is served later in Spain than at home.
Children are always made very welcome in Spanish restaurants and their tastes and portion sizes are usually accommodated.
Local wines are pleasant and inexpensive.