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costa calma neaches
« on: November 02, 2012, 17:47:39 pm »
Hi all i will be coming to costa calma on 23rd nov for a week what are the beaches like which if any are best, any advice welcome. :)

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Re: costa calma neaches
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2012, 20:08:18 pm »
They are all good. But the further South you walk the larger and quieter they get. If you have a hire car, drive down towards Jandia (direction) and after leaving Costa Calma for approx 4-5 miles, you will see a sign for a windsurfing centre, located along a small road sign posted Risco del Paso.
Take that and when you come to the end of this road you will have arrived at the centre and beach. It stretchs for a couple of miles and there is plenty of space for sun bathing/worshipping etc etc.
You can get a light meal and drinks at the centre, but dear, so take your own if you wish.

There is no toilet on this beach, but would assume if you can sit inside the wind surfing centre and eat, that there should be a toilet.

The beach has shallow safe swimming, but as always be alert, and enjoy the beach
Good luck

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Re: costa calma neaches
« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2012, 19:33:17 pm »
Risco del Paso is spectacular indeed but can be extremely windy sometimes. In a windy day go for the far south end of the beach where you can find some sheltered areas close to the rocks.
Playa Esmeralda in the south of Costa Calma is a good choice, too.
I presume you're looking for clothing-optional beaches... ;)