Popular Lettings in Costa Adeje
Highlights in Costa Adeje
- Teide National Park
- Fun in Loro Park or Aqualand
- Whales and dolphins
- trekking adventures
- Starlight Tourist destination
Most popular in Costa Adeje
Holiday rentals and lettings in Costa Adeje
Without a doubt the western end of Costa Adeje deserves the upmarket label. Prime example, Del Duque, has a large offer in luxury lettings with an exclusive architecture and chic restaurants. All complemented by miles of walkway, perfect for a stroll at the sun set. On the other hand, if you are looking for a budget friendly area with mid-range rentals with plenty of shops and restaurants, look no further. A couple of hundred yards further south from Del Duque, Fañabe is the best destination. Also Torviscas, Puerto Colón or San Eugenio have stylish areas, nice restaurants and reasonable prices for a good fun in the sun.The best holiday rentals and lettings with terrace and pool
Are you looking for the hubbub? You can find different rental options near the city centre. Laid-back days lounging at the pool or having a BBQ al fresco. Beachfront holiday rentals with all the amenities up to 4-6 people are also available for those looking for a place from where to watch the sun go down while gazing at the horizon. This is also a perfect destination for pet lovers as many rentals are pet-friendly.
Holiday in Costa Adeje
The area and getting around
Costa Adeje is an up-market resort on the southern coast of Tenerife with clean beaches, a rugged beauty, all year round warm temperatures and good weather, ample facilities and a good selection of restaurants which makes the Costa Adeje a perfect holiday destination for families. Explore the nightlife in Playa de las Américas or head to the quieter areas of Los Gigantes, Playa de la Arena or Puerto Santiago on the west coast of the island to enjoy a hassle-free family holiday in some of the island’s best beaches with silky sand and pristine waters such as Playa de las Américas and Los Cristianos or have a relaxed afternoon in one of its beautiful black sand beaches such as Playa Jardín, Playa de Troya and Playa San Marco amongst others.Canarian culture and traditions
]Costa Adeje has much more to offer than beach and sunshine. Running deep traditions and gastronomy will surprise even the most well travelled tourist. Try tasting the “papas arrugas”, “Gofio” or “Ropa Vieja” from Michelin Star menus in Sucas or La Cúpula to quaint beachfront restaurants. In February or March, plan your stay in the capital, Santa Cruz. This is a good home-base to enjoy Tenerife’s carnivals, one of its most well known traditions with music, shiny colours, stunning dresses and beautiful parades.
Travellers and activities
Nature lovers will have a unique recreational space, bursting with spectacular plant life from all over the world in a former rubbish dump that was transformed and has become Palmetum Botanical Garden, a unique project in the world that gathers the largest collection of the world’s tropical islands palm trees. Spend some time admiring the wonderful palm trees collections from Madagascar, the Caribbean or Polynesia. Learn about the origin and use of the palm trees and why Tenerife is the perfect spot to grow them. You will be surrounded by nearly 400 species such as Coccothrinax, Chamaedorea or Dypsis amongst others. Visit this amazing garden and let the green landscape take you through different atmospheres in just one place!Tenerife for hiking loversClimb and reach Spain’s highest peak or hike through Hell’s Canyon (Barranco del Infierno), a three-hour hike that isn’t too challenging and offers spectacular views along the way. And if you are interested in knowing a bit more about the flora and fauna, like the Canarian Black Pine or the Baldballs eagle, take a guided tour at the welcome cabin.[/p ]
The Romans called the island ‘Nivaria’ (Snow Island) because Mount Teide was snow-capped. But, the Palmeros called the island ‘Tenerife’ or ‘white mount’: ‘tiner’ means ‘mount’ and ‘ifer’, white.
Top 5 travel tips in Costa Adeje
Named a Site Heritage by UNESCO, in this park you can choose from different trails that will take you to different sides of Mount Teide but if it’s the summit you want to reach, then follow trail No.10, Telesforo Bravo. The National Park guards will ask you for the permit, which you will need to book at least 3 months in advance as only 200 permits are allocated per day and demand is very high. If you do not want to request the permit, spend the night in the Altavista Refuge, that gives you access to trail No.10 if you leave before 9am. And if you do not wish to break a sweat, take the cable car to see the stunning views. Temperatures plummet at the top, so don’t forget your coat.2. A splashing fun day out with the family
Boasting the world’s largest man made waves, the world’s longest and highest lazy river, Naga race Water slide, pools and a spectacular dolphin show is what Aqualand or Siam Water Park can offer for a family fun day out. And if you want to see parrots and many other animals, head to Loro Parque, the island’s most popular day out.3. Sea Eco tour
Embark on an eco tour led by a scientist. You will feel like a marine biologist while listening to the underwater communication of dolphin and whales. Take a dip into the sea or do some snorkelling is another option for those who love swimming.4. ‘Starlight Tourist Destination’
Because of low light pollution the Canary Islands are perfect for stargazing. This is why the Teide National Park was awarded “Starlight tourist destination”. Take a drive out of town and look upwards anywhere you are and if you want a full experience, take an astronomy tour, where you will use long-range telescopes to admire the universe.5. Playa de las Américas.
Tenerife’s most famous resort, popular for its nightlife but also a perfect place for a lazy day in worship of the sun at the 6 different beaches in and around the town. The main beach is sandy and calm meanwhile, Playa de Guincho is a favourite with surfers and windsurfers. The blue seas may draw you in for a dip.