The village of Costa Antigua is located in the east of Fuerteventura close by to the popular tourist resort of Caleta de Fuste. Antigua is one of the oldest villages on the island and is dominated by the picturesque church of Cruz de los Caldos, built in 1785 and set in beautiful surroundings of greenery, with a village square that is filled with flowers all year round! The Church is normally open to the general public in the mornings. Fuerteventura has many windmills dotted around the Island which are a faithful testimony to the its farming tradition. A windmill has been fully restored in Antigua and is now a tourist attraction and cultural centre with a craft shop selling local art. The small port of Pozo Negro is where the locals fish, and the people of Antigua are warm and welcoming to visitors. Nightlife in Costa Antigua consists of a few small local bars but there is a lively resort close by called Caleta de Fuste. This is a popular tourist resort with endless bars, restaurants and shops as well as discos to dance the night away. Antigua is situated 8 km from Fuerteventura Airport.