Put simply, holidays in Costa Adeje (pronounced “Costa Adecky”) offer the best of both worlds. It’s a modern resort, with the dramatic peak of Mount Teide as its backdrop. Just 3km away, you’ll find all the bright lights and action of lively Playa de las Americas (close enough to enjoy it when you want it, far enough away to escape when you wish!) The resort has a black sandy beach with lots of watersports, plenty of shops selling duty free treats and even two water parks. Hotels in Costa Adeje tend to be large and have good facilities, making this resort especially popular with couples and families.
Holidays in Costa Adeje tend to revolve around the sprawling beach, with its black sand and clear Atlantic waters. There is a wealth of watersports available from the shore, or of course you could just lay back and enjoy the Canarian sun. On the main promenade of the resort, youll find plenty of shops and upscale boutiques. The resort is also home to two water parks, including the Thaithemed Siam park with its sea lions, rapids and slides. When it comes to funpacked holidays in the sun, theres plenty to do in Adeje.
Although lower key than Playa de Las Americas, Costa Adeje has a thriving nightlife scene of its very own. There are plenty of familyfriendly pubs, theme bars and even late night clubs. Still, if youre looking for late night frolics and one of the busiest holiday resorts in Europe, just hop in a cab to Las Americas.
Many of the all inclusive hotels in Costa Adeje have large buffet restaurants, where you can choose from a wide choice of dishes. On the resort promenade, youll find an array of restaurants with outdoor terraces, serving up local specialities, fast food and international cuisine.
It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct travel insurance and vaccinations and / or special medication for your destination. Please consult your GP for advice at least one month ahead of travel. It is essential that you meet the visa and passport requirements for your chosen destination. Visit the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (http://www.fco.gov.uk) website for up to date entry requirements listed by country.