Consider Costa Adeje on the south coast of Tenerife when you’re planning your next beach holiday. Located just west of the famous Playa de las Americas and still within easy driving distance of the nightlife of the Veronicas strip, Costa Adeje is a resort community that combines the best of both worlds. It’s close to some of the hottest action and fun in the Canary Islands but it’s far enough away that you can sleep untroubled by the round the clock partying.
Costa Adeje Accommodation
If you’re tired of staying in hotels, Costa Adeje is known for its wide assortment of accommodations, all priced and sized to meet your needs. Costa Adeje provides many different types of housing and, if you’re considering an extended stay, you might want to consider one of the many holiday apartments that are located in this lovely town. You can easily rent a self-catered apartment that still has many of the benefits of the larger hotels, but without all the noisy neighbours!
In terms of beauty, Costa Adeje is a striking location with much to offer in the way of black, glittering beaches of volcanic sand and clear water that seems meant for scuba diving and snorkeling. If you want to spend most of your holiday outside, Costa Adeje is one of the best places in the Canary Islands to do so. Take advantage of the whale-watching tours where you can watch whales and dolphins swimming in their natural environment. You could spend weeks here and not run out of outdoors activities. Whether your taste is more for windsurfing, or you find you’d rather relax on a three hour boat tour of the coast, you’ll find plenty of options.
Things to do in Costa Adeje
Don’t overlook the man-made entertainments of Costa Adeje either! When you’re tired of the beach, but still interested in the water, head to one of Costa Adeje’s many water parks. You can find slides that stretch into the sky and float on an inner tube down an artificial river. If you’re interested in doing some golfing on your holiday you should try Golf Costa Adeje, a 27 hole course that is one of the most popular courses in Tenerife. The course itself was designed to take advantage of the natural terrain and playing a round there will take you through some of the most beautiful landscape Costa Adeje has to offer.
If you’re travelling with small children don’t think that your time has to be eaten up with childcare. Depending on the resort, many places will offer babysitting and creche services, allowing you to head out for short excursions on your own. Far from being just for adults, Costa Adeje is a holiday spot for travellers of all ages, from the retired to the still crawling!
Map of Costa de Adeje
Useful Links For Costa Adeje
Costa Adeje Tenerife
You can find more information about Costa Adeje on the official website of the Costa Adeje town council.