Explore Costa Adeje

Adeje is a town and municipality in the southwestern part of the island of Tenerife. As it is a purpose built resort, Costa Adeje is home to numerous restaurants, bars, luxury hotels and designer shops. You will find a variety of beaches to visit from the natural volcanic black sand beaches to small rocky coves and blue flag beaches with sand imported from the Sahara desert. It’s no wonder that this town is a celebrity hotspot. Just ask the Beckhams.

Things to do in Costa Adeje

Blue Flag Beaches Blue Flag Beaches

Costa Adeje has two blue flagged beaches to choose from. Playa Fañabe, a dark volcanic strip, and Playa del Duque, where the golden sand has been imported from the Sahara.

Playa Fañabe Beach

The 600m long and 40m wide Playa Fañabe Beach is known as one of the most beautiful beaches on the Tenerife coastline. So beautiful that it is often awarded the Blue flag. The beach is filled with light grey lava sand and boarded to the south by rocks.The banks of rocks create break waters making the sea calm for bathing. The sea entrance is flat with clear waters making it a perfect spot for little ones to explore the water. The beach is surrounded by shops, bars and restaurants where visitors can relax and take in the stunning scenery. With Tenerife's excellent transport links, Playa Fañabe is very easy to reach. Parking is available and there is a bus stop and taxi rank close by. The beach is a favourite with water sports lovers, you can experience anything from jet-ski rides to water parachutes.

Facilities at Playa Fañabe Beach include: Tourist Information, Toilets, Showers, Foot Showers, Bins, Cleaning service, Public Phones, Sun loungers & parasols for hire, Lifeguards, Children's area, Bars, Restaurants, Shops, Water sports.

Playa del Duque Beach

Surrounded by palm trees, Playa del Duque is a sophisticated tranquil beach. Once filled with black volcanic sand, now covered in fine golden sand which gently slopes down into the sea, the beach has been awarded the blue flag for its cleanliness and clear, stone free waters. Similar to Playa Fañabe Beach the break waters mean that the Atlantic ocean waves are much weaker than other beaches. The wide promenade stretches the full length of the sand with plenty of shops, restaurants, cafes and ice cream kiosks to choose from. Water sports enthusiasts can visit the water sports centre where you can experience all kinds of water activities. There are frequent bus services which run to Playa del Duque and plenty of parking available.

Facilities at Playa del Duque Beach include: Showers, Changing areas, Toilets, Lifeguards, Sun loungers & parasols, Water sports, bars, shops, restaurants, Cafes, Bins, cleaning service.

Let Adeje Entertain You! Let Adeje Entertain You!

Although Playa de las Americas has the nightlife, there’s plenty here in the way of good food and quality entertainment. If waterfront restaurants, live music and great cabaret tickles your fancy then the resort has them in spades. Costa Adeje is a family orientated town, meaning that the children are welcome almost everywhere!

To experience the Spanish cuisine, take a trip to Restaurante Sebastian. This receives excellent reviews and it great at catering for all the family.

If you are looking for Italian fine dining, take a trip to Limoncello, located on Fañabe beach walk with a beautiful view over the Atlantic Ocean. Limoncello receives a high number of great reviews for the food and location.

The Moonlight Fun Pub is a firm favourite for entertainment in Costa Adeje. The bar has frequent entertainment in the form of live bands, comedy acts and Karaoke, also showing live sport every week.

For Cabaret visit Star Bar, here you can experience great shows along with cocktails to suit all tastes.

Siam Park and Mount Teide Siam Park and Mount Teide

Siam Park is officially the best water park in Europe. In fact, it has been voted ‘Best Aquatic Park in Europe’ for the last six years. If you have been there before you will know that this award is well deserved. Themed on the ancient kingdom of Thailand, the park is set in nearly 45 Acres of tropical greenery. Including water rides, a surf school, a Thai style floating market and a number of bars and restaurants, this is one of the biggest tourist attractions Tenerife. It’s also a huge hit with the locals! This park is located in Costa Adeje and is a must if you visit the island!

There are many different options for tickets to the park, including an all-inclusive ticket where visitors can receive free food and drinks and a twin tickets which also includes access to Loro Parque.

A standard 1-day ticket to Siam Park will cost 37€ for an adult and 25€ for a child, children under 3 years old go free. For full details on ticket options, visit the Siam Park website here>

Another must see when visiting the Island is Mount Teide, the world's third largest volcano. The sheer size of the Volcano (12,198 ft) makes it Spain’s highest point and Mount Teide is known to cast the largest sea shadow in the world! The home to the volcano, Teide National Park is covered in greenery and lava flows making it a colourful natural beauty. Visitors can drive through the park to the cable car station which is approximately 2,356m above sea level, a trip in a cable car will take approximately 10 minutes to reach the station near to the summit. To climb the peak of the mountain, visitors are required to apply for a free permit from Teide national park which can be done on the park's website. But be careful… The volcano is still active!

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