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Costa Adeje Solo Holiday Tips
More people than ever are choosing to travel alone, and there are certainly many advantages to doing so. After all, you're free to do what you like and when – and go wherever you please. If you're making preparations for your next vacation, be sure to avail yourself of our airport transfers, the best airport-to-accommodation shuttle service available.
Cordial Costa Adeje
The Canary Islands in general are home to warm and welcoming people, and Tenerife is no exception. Even if your Spanish is not the best – or entirely non-existent – you shouldn't have any problems conversing with the locals, many of whom speak decent English. That said, it's always good to make the effort to learn the lingo because it will endear you even more to the island's natives.
Travelling in Tenerife
Of course, it's entirely up to you how you choose to get around Costa Adeje and beyond. Nevertheless, if you do crave the chance to make new friends, there are plenty of organised tours available that provide the chance to chat with others – or keep your own company, if you prefer.
One of the best things about solo holidaymaking is that it makes sights and sensations easier to take in. And there's plenty of natural beauty to behold in this part of the world, in addition to a glistening Atlantic Ocean and a variety of golden-sanded beaches. Adeje is close to Parque Nacional del Teide, which feature's Spain's highest peak. There's also Barranco del Infierno, a spectacular ravine with hiking trail leading to Tenerife's tallest waterfall. These sights alone can perhaps be savoured best without the distractions of fellow travellers.
Stave off self-consciousness
It's entirely possible that you're the sort of person that doesn't give a fig about what anyone else thinks. More power to you, if that's the case. However, if you do ever feel anxious about being on your own, it's always a good idea to bring a ready-made diversion with you, such as a book or tablet.
As mentioned above, Tenerife is a friendly place. It's also a popular holiday destination, which means there's usually safety in numbers. Even if you intend to strike out on your own and explore more remote parts of the island, it's very unlikely that you'll face any issues. However, common sense is vital so try not to find yourself alone after dark in an unfamiliar place, for example.
Whether travelling alone or with friends, our Costa Adeje Airport Transfers will help you get off to the best possible start.