Costa Adeje is located on the south-west coast of Tenerife and is becoming a hugely popular holiday destination. Sunseekers can get grab a bargain on cheap Costa Adeje holidays all year round. Further along the coast than Playa de Las Americas, the modern resort comprises mainly of luxury four and five-star hotels.
This part of Tenerife is known as a popular area for tourists with many of these resorts catering for their every need. The beaches and the bars are what attract most people to this town, including celebrities who enjoy its stunning waterfront. With its upmarket feel and quiet ambience, this resort also attracts an abundance of couples and families with older children.
Located off the coast of North Africa, Costa Adeje enjoys a sub-tropical climate that keeps it warm all year round. The weather is perfect for those who are seeking cheap Costa Adeje holidays to escape to the beach, especially during the summer months. During the season’s peak in July and August, the weather often surpasses the 30°C mark, with the occasional hot day being closer to the 40°C barrier. The sea breeze will often help cool visitors down as they enjoy the 11 hours of sunshine the resort offers during this time.
The winter months in Costa Adeje are a bit cooler, with the average temperature still hitting the 20°C mark. The sunshine still appears, meaning that the resort can be enjoyed all year round, with the winter being an ideal time for those who find the summer months too hot to visit.
The beach is always the most popular attraction for Brits when holidaying, so it’s a good thing that Costa Adeje has two beautiful beaches to soak up the sun. Playa Fañabe is based on a dark volcanic strip and Playa del Duque has its sand imported from the Sahara desert, making them an ideal setting to kickstart your holiday. Costa Adeje offers an array of water sports including scuba diving.
After a hectic day on the beach why not wander along the promenade, if you walk far enough you will reach Los Cristianos or even Playa.
Aside from the beach, Aqualand Water Park is a popular attraction amongst tourists. Located in the heart of Costa Adeje, this theme park is perfect for the whole family to have fun and cool down a little in the hot weather.
The resort is also home to an internationally acclaimed golf course, giving it an upmarket seal of approval.
As you would expect from a popular tourist resort, there are many restaurants and places to dine, with something that will appeal to every taste. For those seeking to try the local cuisine, stop off at Restaurant Las Aguas. This place prides itself on its local Canarian cuisine and has had a lot of rave reviews, making it a popular choice. Dishes such as crispy crackling and roasted sweetcorn, and canary pork belly with chestnut cream are just two of its specialities.
The nightlife in Costa Adeje is relaxed and laid back, with something to suit everyone. There are lots of bars and clubs to choose from. If it’s a casual drink whilst watching sports that you are after, then head on over to Harley’s or Lucy’s. These places offer visitors a great atmosphere, good food and plenty of television screens to roar your team to victory. However, if you are looking to dance the night away to the latest chart hits, you’ll be looking to go to the extremely chic Faro Chill Art Nightclub. This place is easy to spot as it has a lighthouse as its rooftop terrace.
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