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Getting Around Costa Adeje on a Budget
Tenerife has much to offer its many visitors – and Costa Adeje, in particular, has a whole host of delights in store for travellers. If you want to get the most out of this region and the island at large, we have some travel tips to help you.
At Holiday Extras, we provide a low-cost and stress-free airport-to-accommodation shuttle service. Pre-book your Costa Adeje Airport Transfers whenever you're ready.
Journey by bus
If you want to cover a lot of ground but do so inexpensively, why not use public transport? Tenerife's bus company is called TITSA and they operate green-and-white buses that are both comfortable and air conditioned. And these modes of transport are popular with the locals, which is always a good sign. However, be aware that they can get quite busy at peak times.
It makes good sense to buy a season ticket, particularly if you intend to see as much of Tenerife as you can during your stay. It's possible to purchase such a ticket on most buses and certainly at any bus station, the nearest of which to Adeje is Estación de Guaguas. El Duque station is close by, too.
Ride a bike
If you have the stamina, hiring a bicycle is a very shrewd move, not least because the daily rates are generally very affordable. And it doesn't hurt that the majority of the island's cycle hire outlets are centred in and around Adeje. Whether you intend to travel by road or across more rugged terrain, you'll be able to choose exactly the right kind of bike for the occasion.
The wonders of walking
Of course, the cheapest way to get around is by putting your best foot forward. Now, unless you are super fit, it's unlikely that you'll be able to cover the entire island in this way but there are many attractions that can be reached from Costa Adeje simply by walking to them. For example, an upscale shopping complex (Centro Comercial Plaza del Duque), a first-class water park (Siam Park), and a number of Escape Rooms are easily accessible in this way.
The Costa Adeje hosts a wide range of fine beaches, most of which (if not all) can be arrived at on foot. And if you fancy heading to, say, Los Cristianos – a distance of about five and a half miles – the journey should take you around two hours each way.
Before you decide how to get around Costa Adeje, be sure to take advantage of our airport transfers.