The quiet neighbour of Las Americas

Costa Adeje holidays strike a happy medium between tranquil and lively. Although slightly quieter than its neighbour, Costa Adeje offers excellent facilities and a vibrant nightlife suitable for all ages.

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Natural harbour and wonderful beach

The long promenade stretches from Los Cristianos along to La Caleta and encompasses a broad natural harbour and wonderful beach at nearby Playa de Fanabe. Lined with shops, bars and restaurants, when you’re ready for a break from the beach, just pick your spot and watch the world go by.

Don’t let the volcanic sands put you off this part of Tenerife as they offer some fantastic sunbathing opportunities. Holidays in Costa Adeje are ideal for water sports with wind surfing, water skiing and scuba diving being very popular, sailing lessons is available from the nearby Puerto Colon. Scuba diving will take you to an underwater wonderland with eerie wrecks, even spookier if observed on a night dive.

Boat excursions will take you out into the Atlantic to whale watch, swim with the dolphins, if you can catch them, or try your hand at deep sea fishing. The old town of Adeje, slightly inland gives an insight into traditional village life on Tenerife.

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT -0

Religion: Roman Catholic

Wonderful waterfalls

An excursion to Hell’s Gorge is not for the faint hearted, the deepest ravine in the Canary Islands, only a limited few are allowed to walk its length as this is a protected area. The sights are amazing though with wonderful waterfalls and steep walls covered in dense greenery, it can take a few hours to complete and there is a small charge for the pleasure.

The Aquapark holds a fun filled day out for the whole family with rides and slides for every age. The Jungle Park will keep you entertained all day with over 500 species of animals and birds. Holidays to Costa Adeje offer fun and enjoyment for young and old alike.

The Torviscas region holds markets every Thursday and Saturday, a great chance to snap up those souvenirs. La Caleta has an excellent range of shops, bars and restaurants serving international cuisine from Mexico, China and India along with good old fashioned British family pubs. The accommodation here is slightly newer than other resorts with some 5* luxury hotels available, however self catering options are equally popular as they are very reasonably priced and give the chance to sample the many eateries La Caleta has to offer.

Costa Adeje is extremely close to the heady party atmosphere of Playa de Las Americas or slightly quieter Los Cristianos, both can be very easily visited for an extra lively night out, but Costa Adeje is perhaps more popular for families as it is a little more understated than its pulsating neighbour. You can book your cheap late deals to Costa Adeje at

Places to Visit

Siam Park

– Adults and children alike will love this fantastic water park.Thrilling slides and numerous pools are the order of the day at one of Europe’s largest water parks.It is not all about death defying slides, for those wishing to relax then the fantastic manmade beach is your destination for the day

Mount Teide

– A visit to the highest point on Tenerife is a spectacular day out with breathtaking views of the island.Those who wish to relax can take the cable car to the summit or for the adrenalin junkie then a trek up the mountain is the order of the day.