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Highlights in Adeje
- Perfect beaches for families
- Great wealth of heritage
- Ideal for nature lovers
- El Barranco del Infierno
- See cetaceans swimming in freedom
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Villas and rentals in Adeje
Can you imagine enjoying your next holidays in a beautiful letting in Adeje? At Holidu we help you make it happen. We have a great variety of accommodations to choose from. All of them located a few minutes from the beach, fully equipped and decorated in a very modern style. Most of them are located in holiday rental complexes with garden areas and swimming pool, making them ideal for couples as well as families with children and groups of friends. And, although some are more luxurious, you can also find a wide range of cheap rentals in Adeje. So you don't have to give up a perfect holiday just for a tighter budget.Magnificent villas and luxury villas surrounded by beautiful landscapes
If you are looking for a holiday rental in Adeje that is close to the beach, but in a quieter environment that invites you to relax, we recommend a villa, a house or an exclusive villa. All of them have the necessary equipment and are very close to the promenade, but also many of them have other luxuries such as private garden and swimming pool, parking ... and even sauna and jacuzzi. So that you can enjoy everything you deserve during your holidays in the locality.
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The area and how to find your way around
Located southwest of the island of Tenerife, Adeje is a beautiful coastal town of approximately 47,300 inhabitants that offers a wide variety of tourist attractions, both sea and mountain. It is the fourth most populated municipality on the island, surpassed only by Santa Cruz de Tenerife, San Cristobal de la Laguna and Arona. Its municipal district extends between the towns of La Orotava, Arona, Villaflor de Chasna and Guia de Isora, and is crossed from the top to the sea by numerous ravines, the most outstanding being those of the King, Hell, Erques, Moradas and El Pinque. In addition, to the south is the Caldera del Rey and has spectacular seabed with an impressive wealth of vegetation and fauna. If you want to enjoy both the sea and the mountains, don't hesitate to book your rental in Adeje for your next holidays.An old town full of history and a coastline with all kinds of services
Adeje presents an old town that reflects the traces of all those cultures that throughout its history have settled in it. Placed in the high zones of the municipality, the historical helmet was place of residence of the last of the great kings guanches of the island. After the Hispanic conquest, the village would receive a strong colonial influence that was embodied in its impressive Gothic temples and stately homes. This contrasts with the coastline, which is home to numerous holiday rental complexes and a multitude of leisure venues. Do you already know in which area of the municipality you would like to book your rental in Adeje?
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One of Adeje's main attractions is its beautiful coastline, dotted with numerous beautiful beaches and coves where you can enjoy the sun and the sea practically all year round. Among the most valued of all the island for its high degree of natural conservation and tranquillity. One of the reasons why this municipality has become a five-star tourist destination. The closest to the town centre is La Fañabe, with a family atmosphere and equipped with all kinds of services. But they are also ideal to go in family or in couple the beach of the Bobo, the one of the Duque and the one of Torviscas. All of them of calm waters.Adeje for nature lovers
Adeje has several protected areas in its territory, all of which are included in the Canary Islands Network of Protected Natural Spaces, including the Special Natural Reserve of Barranco del Infierno, the Natural Monument of Caldera del Rey and the Site of Scientific Interest of La Caleta. It also has part of the Teide National Park, the Ifonche Protected Landscape, the Corona Forestal Natural Park, the Barranco de Erques Ravine Landscape and the Isorana Cliffs Site of Scientific Interest. All this makes Adeje a real paradise for nature lovers who can make numerous excursions and active tourism activities.
Did you know that Adeje has the largest water park in Europe? This is Siam Park, considered by many to be the best in the world.
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Adeje has a rich archaeological, architectural and ethnographic heritage, making it ideal for travellers who enjoy cultural visits. One of the city's most outstanding monuments is the church of Santa Ursula, built in the 16th century. But do not miss the visit to the Casa Fuerte, the Convent of Our Lady of Guadalupe and San Pablo, the Historic Site of the Taucho hamlet and the Archaeological Zone of Morro Grueso.2. Feel the vertigo going through the Barranco del Infierno (Hell Ravine)
The Barranco del Infierno is a deep gorge of steep slopes, shaped by the erosive action of water over millions of years. Access is restricted to 200 people per day, so it is important to book before you go. The route starts near the old mill and narrows as we go along. The road offers spectacular views, but also, at the end, surprises us with a beautiful waterfall 200 metres high.3. Take a boat trip to see cetaceans
In the Adeje seabed there is a wide variety of cetaceans, including sperm whales, fin whales, dolphins and pilot whales. You can do a boat trip with the whole family. But if you prefer to see them up close, you can immerse yourself in their warm waters and live a truly fascinating experience. To make the most of this activity, do not hesitate to hire it at one of the diving centres in the area.4. Try the delicious wrinkled potatoes and gofio
Adeje's cuisine is strongly influenced by African, Latin American and peninsular culture, but it also has its own autochthonous creations. If you want to try something typical of the land, do not miss the opportunity to order wrinkled potatoes or gofio. Accompanied, of course, by a good wine from Tenerife. And for dessert, nothing better than a real Canarian banana.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Adeje
Adeje is one of the most expensive cities in Spain! The costs for a holiday rental here amounts to about £181.37 per night.
If you want to save the maximum amount during your visit to Adeje, book to go there in April (£157.69 per night on average), May (£162.93), or March (£176.17) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Adeje, the most expensive months are, in descending order, January, February and July with average prices per night of £205.43, £195.98, and £194.77, respectively.
When visiting Adeje, it is necessary to be proactive, as 45% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
In 2019, the months with more free accommodation in Adeje were May, June, and September with average availabilities of 70.2%, 66.75% and 66.75%, respectively.
According to data from 2020, the months with the fewest housing options available in Adeje are, in order, February (with 31% of available rentals), January (34.5%), and March (45.5%).
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