Top Beach Resorts in Costa Adeje
There are a number of excellent resorts on the island of Tenerife, and some of the very best are located in and around Costa Adeje. Why not take advantage of our Costa Adeje Airport Transfers? This cost-effective shuttle service will transport you from the airport to your place of stay with the minimum of fuss.
Along the stretch of coastline that includes Costa Adeje, you'll find numerous outstanding beach resorts, starting with, in the north…
Playa de la Arena
This is a good destination for anyone that wants a more low-key beach experience. Playa de la Arena also features a fine black-sanded beach that is not only clean but tends not to get crowded. Moreover, this resort's palm-tree-lined promenade makes for a lovely walk and there are a handful of places where you can grab a drink and a bite to eat.
This distinctly upmarket part of Tenerife's south-western coastline possesses a well-maintained, soft-sanded beach and rather natty marina. And a manmade, horseshoe-like bay is ideal for kids to paddle safely in the sea. Puerto Colón is great for water sports enthusiasts, too, and there are plenty options available if you want to enjoy a boat trip.
Playa de las Américas
The biggest of the island's resorts, Playa de Las Américas is popular with couples, families and groups of friends alike. There are five main beaches in total so there's usually enough room for everyone. If this resort's lively vibe ever gets a little too much, you can always make your way to nearby Parque Central de Arona. This verdant, 42,000 metre-square oasis is a lovely place in which to relax and watch the world go by.
South of Adeje is Los Cristianos, the second-biggest of Tenerife's resorts. Here, you'll discover both Playa de las Vistas and Playa de los Cristianos. Compared to Playa de las Américas, this resort is not quite as party-oriented, which means that it tends to find favour with more seasoned holidaymakers. It's also home to a busy Sunday market and a ferry port from which you can visit neighbouring islands.
Last but by no means least is Costa Adeje itself, home to many of the Tenerife's most attractive beaches, including Playa Fañabé and Playa del Duque. Siam Park and Aqualand – two excellent water parks – are a part of this resort, too. In terms of local amenities, Adeje has everything you're likely to need, including numerous shops, cafés, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
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