Further along the coast than Playa de Las Americas, the modern area of Costa Adeje comprises mainly of luxury four and five star hotels, some of which are often frequented by well-known celebrities.
With its upmarket feel and quiet ambience this resort attracts an abundance of couples and families with older children. The beach here is black sand and offers an array of water sports including scuba diving.
After a hectic day on the beach why not wander alone the promenade, if you walk far enough you will reach Los Cristianos or even Playa. Also home to an internationally acclaimed golf course you can soon see why this resort keeps its upmarket seal of approval.
Transfer Time – approx 35 mins
Whatever cuisine you’re looking for, you’re likely to find it in one of the bars or restaurants in Costa Adeje. As well as the usual Spanish fare, such as paella and tapas, you’ll find sushi, deliciously fresh seafood, pastas, Mexican-influences and, of course, a McDonalds!Restaurants are cosy and chic, and you’ll find plenty of live music to keep you entertained as you eat.
If you want to put yourself in the Captain’s seat and take to the seas without commandeering a yacht or working the legs too hard on a pedalo, try the nifty Waterbuggy! Fitting up to three people and equipped with a gear stick, Waterbuggys are the perfect way to cool down in the hot sun, get amazing sea-views of the island and even spot some wild dolphins!
For those of you who want to relax and let someone else take the wheel, the Royal Delfin’s day trips are a perfect way to spend a day on the water. The glass-bottomed catamaran takes you to Los Gigantes, with plenty of opportunities to hop off for a swim and even see some of the marine life that inhabit the warm waters. Lunch and drinks are included, so sit back with a cold beer or sangria and soak up the sun and gorgeous scenery!
For the more active types, watersports are in abundance in Costa Adeje. Parasailing, jet skiing, banana boat rides and kayaking are just some of the activities available to try.If you’re in need of some serious R&R, the Spa Vitanova is there to take your troubles away. Away from the crowds, you’ll find a number of pools, Scottish showers, outdoor Jacuzzis and Roman, Finnish and Turkish saunas! Various treatments, such as massages, can be booked for a small additional fee.
For some night-time entertainment, the Magma Arte and Congress Centre hosts all kinds of events including theatre, ballet, concerts and art displays. Their long-running show “A History of Music: The Musical” is extremely popular, and incorporates amazing dances and acrobatic routines with their music.