Bahia Calma Vacation Packages
Canary Islands is crisscrossed with natural and cultural attractions, from perennial tourist favourites to lesser known delights. You'll also find Betancuria, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest, and Antigua 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest.
To really get an understanding of a region, it often pays to revisit the past. Canary Islands' rich historic mansions are a great starting point. People who visit Canary Islands are often delighted to discover the gardens and open-air markets dotted throughout the region.
If you are searching for a different way to see this region, have a go at paragliding. Enjoy a break from sightseeing and cool off with a spot of surfing or swimming.
Enjoy the Canary Islands cuisine by taking your tastebuds for a tour of the regional restaurants and cafés. Popularly used ingredients in Canary Islands are yam and cheese. There are plenty of special food options here. Taste ropa vieja (shredded steak in tomato sauce) or sancocho (fish soup). Canary Islands desserts such as frangollo (flour, milk and cinnamon dessert) are also a good thing to try.
When the time comes to return to the comforts of home, you'll be bidding this special place a fond and teary Adiós (farewell).
Accommodation in Bahia Calma
It is recommended that you secure a hotel room as soon as your itinerary is confirmed, because Expedia's Bahia Calma lodging guide currently doesn't show a huge range of accommodation.
Bahia Calma hotels include: the VIK Suite Hotel Risco del Gato, H10 Tindaya, H10 Sentido Playa Esmeralda and Hotel Fuerteventura Playa.