Costa Calma resort area is crowded with small to large, humble to elegant restaurants, bars, taverns and cafeterias. Local food joints are famous for their delicious Canarian and Spanish seafood preparations. Fish is a specialty and the old fishing village of Morro has few very good places that serve light Canarian meals.
Costa Calma targets a large population of German tourists, including a fair number of European visitors. Fast food is readily available from local food joints and a great many restaurants. Full course meals range from traditional Spanish and Canarian dishes to international cuisines, especially European cuisine. Although there are no clubs around town, Costa Calma enjoys a lively nightlife and the few pubs and bars are great for couples and families.
Around Playa Barca beach, visitors will come across many friendly tapas-bars. There are also many local and hotel restaurants serving Playa Barca’s specialties like ‘carne con papas’ stew and ‘boquerones’, or tasty white fish preparation.