Costa Adeje Holidays
On Tenerife's sunny southwest coast, Costa Adeje is an upmarket resort with a string of superb beaches, luxury hotels and stylish restaurants. A total of seven beaches line the coastline, which stretches from the coastal village of La Caleta to the neighbouring resort of Playa de las Americas. Watersports like windsurfing, parasailing, and jet skiing are popular here and the area is home to some of Tenerife's best beaches, including Playa del Duque and Playa Fanabe. Check out our great range of Costa Adeje holidays to find your perfect beach break.
The climate is subtropical with lovely warm weather. Temperatures range from 21°C to 27°C all year round.
Tenerife South Airport (TFS), around 18km east of Costa Adeje.
Book a cheap holiday to Costa Adeje with Airtours and discover beautiful beaches, top restaurants and family-friendly activities.
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There's plenty to keep sun seeking couples and families happy in the smart resort of Costa Adeje. Kick back on one of the Blue Flag beaches or stroll along the palm tree lined seafront path that links La Caleta and Playa de Las Americas. There are tons of great restaurants and bars to try and watersports galore. Whether you've splashed out on an All Inclusive break or you've gone for a cheap winter sun deal, beach holidays in Costa Adeje offer something for everyone.
There are seven beaches in Costa Adeje, but the pick of the bunch is the Blue Flag winning Playa del Duque with its soft golden sand dotted with loungers and straw umbrellas. If you’re travelling with young kids, you might want to head to Playa la Pinta, where the water is calm and perfect for family-friendly bathing. On clear days, you can see the neighbouring island of La Gomera. If you're looking for something a little more active, try your hand at the fun water-sports on offer at Playa Fanabe, including parasailing, jet skiing, parascending and the exhilarating Fly Fish boats.
Head to the nearby Siam Park, an aquatic theme park with state-of- the-art rides, a lazy river and a wave pool. Also close by is Aqualand, a smaller scale waterpark with slides, pools and dolphin shows. On land, you'll find a go-karting track, a bowling alley and a kids’ playground in the Centro Commercial El Duque shopping centre.
Costa Adeje is home to countless restaurants and bars, from traditional tapas joints to gourmet restaurants with sea views. Dine on Canarian cuisine in al fresco cafés in Adeje town or order fresh seafood from authentic restaurants in the fishing village of La Caleta. Fish is a big part of the menu in Tenerife and you’ll also find delicacies like Papas Arrugadas (salty wrinkled potatoes served with spicy sauce) and delicious grilled meats and salads.
Beach lovers: Seven beaches line the Costa Adeje shoreline, two of which have a Blue Flag rating.
Fun loving families: There are plenty of attractions nearby to keep kids entertained, including the famous Siam Park, Tenerife's largest waterpark.
Wining and dining: Costa Adeje has a great restaurant scene, from gourmet restaurantswith stunning sea views to traditional cafés serving Canarian cuisine.
Language: Spanish is the official language, but most people speak English in Costa Adeje.
Currency: The Euro.
Local Time: Same as the UK.
Fly To: Tenerife South Airport (TFS), around 18km east of Costa Adeje.
Flight Time from the UK: Approximately 4 hours 30 minutes from London.
Tourist Information: Further tourist information on Costa Adeje can be found at http://grancanaria.com.
Visa and Health: Before you travel to Costa Adeje with Airtours visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel- advice/spain for help and advice on visa requirements and health considerations for your holiday.https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel- advice/spain
Temperature: Around 21 to 27°C all year round.
Best time to visit: Costa Adeje is a year round destination that hardly sees any rainfall. Peak summer temperatures (June/July) can reach 30°C but remain pleasant all year round. The sea temperature stays warm throughout the year.
By Train: There's no rail network on Tenerife.
By Taxi: Taxis are easy to find in Costa Adeje and are generally cheap. Always ask for the price first to prevent drivers from overcharging you. Most drivers speak English and carry boards which show standard fares to popular destinations.
By Boat: Ferries are available from Spain (Cadiz and Huelva) or Portugal (Portimao) to the island's capital, Santa Cruz, around 77km from Costa Adeje.
By Hire Car: Hire cars can be booked in advance or when you arrive.
By Bus: Tenerife's buses (or guaguas to the locals) are a cheap and efficient way to travel throughout the island. There's a direct bus service from Lanzarote Airport to Costa Adeje.
For all night dancers: Head on down to the Arona Summer Festival, a two-day electronic music festival that attracts big name DJs to a golf resort near Playa de Las Americas every July.
For theatre fans: November's Adeje Theatre and Dance Festival is a cultural celebration of the performing arts throughout the Canary Islands. You'll find tickets for all sorts of productions by a range of different performers.
For something traditional: The Feast of Saint Ursula is the major event in the Adeje area. Every October you'll see crowds from all over Tenerife take to the streets to watch processions, live music, sports tournaments and comedy shows.