Hotels in Costa Adeje
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Sunset Bay Club By Diamond Resorts
Costa Adeje 721 yd from city centre
The preferred airport for Sunset Bay Club - Apartments is Tenerife (TFS-Tenerife South) - 15.6 km / 9.7 mi. Distances are...
Sunset Harbour Club By Diamond Resorts
Costa Adeje 857 yd from city centre
The preferred airport for Sunset Harbour Club is Tenerife (TFS-Tenerife South) - 15.9 km / 9.9 mi. Distances are calculated...
Labranda Villas Fañabé
Costa Adeje 64 yd from city centre
Adonis Resort is situated in Fañabe Beach Costa Adeje next to the famous Playa del Duque, the addres being Bruselas 5-7....
Labranda Costa Adeje
Costa Adeje 42 yd from city centre
This comfortable hotel is located in the tourist area of Playa Fañabe on the Costa Adeje. There are shops, bars pubs, restaurants,...
Lagos De Fañabé
Costa Adeje 337 yd from city centre
This pleasant complex is located in the district of Playa de Fañabe and is separated from the sandy beach by just a promenade....
Riu Arecas - Adults Only
Costa Adeje 1,490 yd from city centre
Location: 250 m from Playa del Duque, with direct access to the beach through a staircase. 5 km from Adeje city centre, 7...
Hovima La Pinta Beachfront Family
Costa Adeje 1,015 yd from city centre
This complex is placed in the quiet touristic zone of Costa Adeje (in San Eugenio town), a few minutes walk...
Book your cheap in Costa Adeje
With shimmering sandy beaches, swaying palm trees and a plenitude of family-friendly activities, Costa Adeje is a real treasure of a destination in Tenerife. Bustling with fine eateries and home to world-famous sunsets, it strikes the perfect balance between high-energy nightlife and tranquil daytime adventures.
Costa Adeje has a wide number of affordable accommodation options to choose from, including everything from sunny waterside properties to tranquil tucked-away apartments.
Neighbourhoods of Costa Adeje
Costa Adeje has a number of delightful neighbourhoods to explore:
- Beachfront: Beachfront Costa Adeje features the fantastic Playa de Fanabe and Playa del Bobo beaches and a wide variety of seafront restaurants and waterborne excursions. The boardwalk is a delight to stroll along with ice cream stalls and sleepy hammocks.
- Puerto Colon: The marina area is a spectacular region with first-rate seafood restaurants and sailing excursions. There’s also a beach here, Playa La Pinta Puerto Colón.
- Playa del Duque: North of town, you'll find the excellent Playa del Duque, a beautiful stretch of sandy shoreline. The charming El Duque Castle sits along the coast, close to plenty of shopping options. There’s also a must-visit Geyser.
What to see and do in Costa Adeje
Aside from the spectacular beaches, Costa Adeje has a number of first-rate attractions for families to visit. The Thai-themed Siam Park is a sprawling amusement park with water rides and river rapids. Aqualand Costa Adeje is another must-visit for kids. Heading inland, you can visit several zoos, Jungle Park and Monkey Park, or go hiking in the unmissable Monumento Natural de la Caldera del Rey park. There are also plenty of golf courses to enjoy with awe-inspiring coastal views.
What to eat in Costa Adeje
Costa Adeje has a vibrant gastronomy scene which caters to a wide variety of tastes. To eat like a local, opt for the classic carne con papas, a tapas dish of meat with potatoes. Vieja is also particularly popular with locals. It's parrotfish that is typically grilles and served with mojo verde, a citrusy, garlic sauce. Cherne (or grouper) is also good, as it's a meaty fish fillet served with papas arrugadas (wrinkled potatoes). You can also experience an indulgent cazuela de pescado, a casserole with the best local and fresh fish and seafood of the day.
Typical events and festivals in Costa Adeje
Fiestas are a colourful part of Tenerife life. In Costa Adeje, you can view the Romería de San Sebastián in January, a fiesta with great local food, music and a bathing horse event. Semana Santa celebrations like the Passion are held on Good Friday, and Corpus Christi is well-celebrated in town. The fisherman's festival of La Caleta is held in August and Fiesta de Patronales is held in October.
How to move around in Costa Adeje
Costa Adeje is serviced by a comprehensive bus network which runs through town, connecting the resort with the airport. The main bus station is served by the TITSA route 40.
The climate in Costa Adeje
Tenerife is blessed with warm weather all year round. Winter months average 15ºC, making it an ideal destination for tourists between December and May.
More interesting facts about and sights in Costa Adeje
Be sure to explore the impressive Barranco del Infierno ravine when in town. This hiking area is home to the island's tallest waterfall and houses important historical caves created by the indigenous Guanches, pre-dating Spanish settlement of the island.