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Costa Adeje Holidays Guide
For those looking to get out to Tenerife, a holiday in the Costa Adeje is a great option. Often considered one of the more upmarket areas of Tenerife's numerous holiday resorts, particularly the more north you go, Adeje has almost been gentrified with lots of higher star hotels and shops. But don't fear, there are some great budget friendly options here too, plus most hotels are within walking distance to the promenade and seafront restaurants.
Getting to, from and around Costa Adeje
Depending on where you're staying in the Costa Adeje, a taxi from Tenerife South airport (the closest airport to Adeje) will take between 20-30 minutes. While a package holiday shuttle bus can take up to 60 minutes depending on the number of hotel stops it makes.
Walking is one of the best and easiest ways to explore Adeje and a longer walk will take you down the promenade to Las Americas. It's also well catered for families and wheelchair users with slopes in most places you might hope to go.
Things to do in Costa Adeje
Catered to holidaymakers, there's loads to do in and around the Costa Adeje, whether you want to enjoy a relaxing holiday in the spa with treatments, to more exciting activities like Tenerife’s popular Siam Park and go karting, even for the kids.
If booked as part of a package holiday, you should speak to your holiday rep in resort who can book you onto trips and excursions, otherwise head out and drop into any one of the numerous tourist shops that sell tickets and tours.
Where to stay in Costa Adeje
You'll likely find that the more north you go, the quieter areas will become (although there will still plenty of restaurants and bars to enjoy). Some of the more resort style, self contained hotels are also further up that way too, so you'll only need to venture out if you get cabin fever. Even if you do want to explore, head to the promenade and take a wander along to find some great seaside restaurants and beaches to enjoy.
Towards the northern end of Costa Adeje, you'll find La Caleta with several larger, self-contained resort hotels like the H10 Costa Adeje Palace. These are about a 15 minute walk into the heart of the Costa Adeje area.
Head a little south towards Las Americas and you'll be in the heart of everything within easy reach of plenty of Tenerife's bars, restaurants and attractions. Take a look at hotels like the Iberostar Las Dalias.