Costa Adeje is ideal for families with children and couples looking for an upmarket alternative to its busier neighbour Playa de las Americas.
Costa Adeje, located on the South West coast of Tenerife is a newly established neighbour of Playa de las Americas, built to cater more for the family market and couples visiting the area. Home to new smarter accommodation, including upmarket 5 star hotels, Costa Adeje is just 3 kms from its brash neighbour and an easy trip by taxi to sample some of the extensive and lively entertainment offered there.
Who holidays in Costa Adeje?
Costa Adeje is ideal for families with children and couples looking for an upmarket alternative to its busier neighbour Playa de las Americas with all the attractions within easy reach together with a more chic selection of shops and restaurants.
The resort of Costa Adeje is situated around the black volcanic sand beach of Playa de Fanabe, quite a small beach, but well-equipped with plenty of facilities including watersports & diving. A pedestrian promenade, that connects the neighbouring resorts of Los Cristianos, Playa de las Americas and La Caleta, runs behind the beach at Costa Adeje, and is lined with shops, bars and restaurants. Inland from the coast is the old town of Adeje, with it's residential areas and some interesting historic buildings. Costa Adeje is most famous for the deepest gorge in the Canary Islands, the Barranco del Infierno, or `Hell's Gorge', a deep ravine that is environmentally protected and offers a 16 kms walk through it's steep walls and dense vegetation.
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- New Upmarket Resort
- Golden Sandy Beaches
- Excellent Choice of International Cuisine
- Good Family Entertainment
Things To Do
Away from the beach, golf is one of the top activities. Golf Costa Adeje is a superb championship 27-hole course close to the fishing village of La Caleta. If you haven't the time to play a full 18, they also have a challenging 9-hole course. And while one partner tramps the fairway, the other can book themselves in for some serious pampering. Spas are big business in the land of eternal sun. Look for signature treatments using local products such as volcanic mud or banana leaves.
For families and children the options in Costa Adeje include the Aqualand, Siam Park, Go Karting, Ten-pin bowling and for younger kids the excellent indoor Miki Park in the Centro Comercial El Duque shopping centre. There's also a 7-screen cinema inside the Gran Sur shopping centre which periodically shows English-language films.