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Costa Adeje Holidays

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Costa Adeje Holidays

A Costa Adeje holiday is a sun-kissed trip filled with beautiful sights and time for rest and recuperation. It attracts families and couples seeking a quiet holiday, free from stress, as well as people looking to party.

You’ll find some of Tenerife’s most superb beaches in Costa Adeje, where the sand is often black and the sun is warm and ever- present. People come for the coastline and stay for the perfect weather and welcoming atmosphere, spending days on the beach and evenings sampling the local tapas or sipping cocktails in one of the resort’s many seafront bars. 

If you enjoy a more active holiday, Costa Adeje is great for scuba diving and watersports, has a great local waterpark, and a bubbly nightlife where there’s something for all ages.

Great for…

Families – Visit for the beaches, the waterpark, the weather, and the easy-going atmosphere

Couples – Spend a day on the beach or browsing the shops before relishing a Costa Adeje sunset, viewed from a chilled-out beach bar

Party-goers – The nightlife offers a perfect balance between excitement and glamour, live music and top-level DJs

Types of holidays

Whether you are looking for a Half Board or an All Inclusive holiday, or you love the idea of dining out with a Room Only or Bed and Breakfast, you’ll find it in beautiful Costa Adeje.

Flight time:

About 4.5 hours

Average high temperature:

January 18°C – August 24°C

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Hovima Atlantis

This 4* adults-only hotel is perfect for a couple’s romantic stay in Tenerife, providing everything you could need for a relaxing Tenerife holiday: spa and wellness area, swimming pools and sports, and a theme restaurant providing wonderful views of the island sunsets.

Laguna Park 1

These 3* apartments offer good value and are just over half a kilometre to the beach and a 5 Euro taxi ride to the exciting nightlife of Veronica’s Strip.

Costa Adeje Gran

Stay at a 5* hotel that feels exclusive but laid-back and welcoming, which stands just 500 metres from the beach.

Family – Children will love the beach, the waterparks, and the kids’ clubs run by some of the hotels, while parents will embrace the countless opportunities for relaxation and treating themselves. An All Inclusive Costa Adeje holiday is a great choice for families with kids, especially as many of the hotels offer kids’ pools and entertainment. Outside of your accommodation, Costa Adeje is a great place to spot whales just off the coast, to take a daytrip to the spectacular volcano Mount Teide, and to enjoy a wide range of fun-packed family-friendly activities.

Couples – Costa Adeje offers charm and even sophistication for couples looking for a laid-back Tenerife holiday. The beaches are ideal for relaxing, for romantic shoreline walks, and for watersports too. Siam Park is Tenerife’s largest waterpark, and offers fun for all visitors as well as the soothing opportunity for a massage in the attraction’s Thai-style floating market. Couples will also enjoy the variety of places to eat and drink in Costa Adeje, with bars lining the beaches and restaurants that range from tasty and simple to elaborate fine dining. You won’t have far to look if you are looking for a party, either!

Nightlife – The nightlife in Costa Adeje caters for both ends of the spectrum: chilled nights sipping cocktails by the sea, or wild dance parties that last until morning. You have the choice of glitz and glamour in the more upmarket cocktail bars, drinking holes on the sand like the C’queluche beach bar, live music at exciting venues like La Terrazza del Mare, and top nightclubs such as The TIBU. A night out in Costa Adeje doesn’t have to be a drink-fuelled party, though: a quiet coffee in one of the resort’s many late-night cafes can be just as rewarding, where you can people-watch and sip coffee into the small hours.

Activities – Watersports are an exhilarating way to spend your time in Costa Adeje, where you can scuba dive, snorkel, jet ski, kayak, flyboard, kiteboard, and surf. If you love the sky as much as the ocean, there is also paragliding, parasailing, and even paramotoring to experience, where you’ll have the thrill of soaring above the earth and sea. Back on land, you can enjoy quad biking or a buggy excursion, plus ziplining in Forestal Park. If you prefer slides and wave machines, Siam Park is Tenerife’s largest waterpark and great fun for both adults and children.

Culture – While Costa Adeje is known as a beach holiday resort, there are still some naturally beautiful areas to explore as well as local history to discover. For natural beauty, it’s hard to beat a visit to Barranco del Infierno gorge, with its stunning waterfalls and exotic foliage, not to mention the epic view it offers of the resort’s beaches. The Kulturpark Mariposa provides art, science, and philosophy, and was designed by over 80 international artists. You can observe some of the region’s religious monuments in Adeje too, with the gorgeous Iglesia de Santa Ursula church and the Iglesia del Convento de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe y San Pablo being two of the resort’s cultural highlights.

Annual events – Costa Adeje is a holiday resort for people who love beaches and relaxation all year round, but there are a few particularly exciting times to visit. Carnivals take place during February or March, which feature parades and elaborate costumes, as well as street parties. Religious festivals take place throughout the year, particularly around Easter, while you can enjoy the Canary Islands’ music festival in June, and the folklore music of the Sabandeño Festival in September.

Getting around – You won’t struggle to get around in Costa Adeje, which offers tourist-friendly buses, shuttles from the airport, taxis, a ferry to the nearby island of La Gomera, and car hire if you want to travel around Tenerife with even greater ease.

Restaurante Donaire – For fine dining, Restaurante Donaire will exceed expectations.

El Makami – If you fancy something more local, try the tapas and cocktails here.

Restaurante Sensu – Enjoy high-quality, moderately-priced Asian food.

Mickey O’Malley’s – The dining here is quick and easy but super-satisfying, and a reminder of home.

Restaurante Sebastian – The tapas here is delicious and authentic, and perfect to begin your evening out.

Playa del Duque – Many visitors rate this as Tenerife’s top beach, and it is edged by friendly bars and restaurants.

Playa Fanabe – Stroll along the popular promenade before enjoying the clean, flat sand beach, as well as the budget-friendly bars and places to eat.

Playa de Torviscas – A large, black-sand beach with plenty of sunbeds and a safe patch of sea to swim in.

Playa del Bobo – Time to relax and enjoy the calm on this beach which is perfect for a soothing day of sunbathing.

Play de Puerto Colon – This beach is popular with families and has a vibrant atmosphere.


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