Top 10 Tips For The Perfect Family Holiday in Costa Adeje

Costa Adeje is known across Europe for being an upmarket resort located on the south coast of Tenerife. It's filled with sophisticated Blue Flag beaches, luxurious hotels, and plenty to see and do for the kids.

We work hard to save up to go on holiday, so it's important that everything goes according to plan and we have a great time. By booking our airport transfers you can kick off your holiday without the fuss of long queues and cram-packed buses.

Here we take a look at ten top tips to ensure you have the perfect family holiday in sunny Costa Adeje.

1. Hot, hot, hot

Costa Adeje is famous for its beautiful warm weather all year round, with the temperature rarely dipping below 18 degrees. Even with a cooling sea breeze, don't underestimate the sun's intensity. So, remember to keep reapplying a high factor sun cream.

2. Stay hydrated

Drink plenty of water to avoid getting dehydrated in the powerful sunlight. This is particularly important when doing an activity that involves you being active. For instance, a hike around the jaw-dropping Mount Teide.

3. Keep stomachs full

Choose a hotel in close proximity to a supermarket so you can stock up on food, drink and other essentials. Or, you could choose to stay in an all-inclusive hotel.

4. Think about accommodation

Be sure to research whether the hotel is friendly family. The little ones will love somewhere with a kids club, play area or big swimming pool.

5. Plan some activities

Lying on the beach all day might not be for everyone, so it's a good idea to book some fun activities. There are so many to choose from in Costa Adeje. Including, Siam Park, one of the best water parks in the world, a submarine safari, or dolphin and whale spotting.

6. Make the most out of cheap transport

Air-conditioned buses are a cheap and easy way to travel around. A Bono card costs between €12 and €25 and can be used by the whole family.

7. Take advantage of free activities

Hike around La Caleta National Park or have a walk around the Puerto Colón marina.

8. Stay informed

Visit your local tourist centre to find out about local attractions and maybe even some money off vouchers.

9. Dining out

Costa Adeje is known for its large variety of restaurants. Maybe check out the menu in advance to see if there are options for children.

10. Plan ahead

Research Costa Adeje before you go so you can make the most out of all the family fun the resort has to offer.

Remember to pre-book one of our Costa Adeje airport transfers.