Costa Adeje Holidays
Holidays to Tenerife are among the world's most popular, and little wonder; this largest and most beautiful of the Canary Islands is perfect for those wanting to get away from it all, as well as being the clubber's paradise! For those seeking both the nightlife and some tranquility, the rocky crags and blue-flag beaches of Costa Adeje are first choice. Just four hours flight from the UK, straddled by crystal-clear waters and strewn with towering palms, Costa Adeje has everything you could wish for from your holiday in Tenerife.
There's a great market every Saturday and Thursday at El Duque, perfect for families on holiday in Costa Adeje. The huge carnivals in February cannot be missed for their salsa bands, cross-cultural parades and frivolity culminating in the election of the Carnival Queen. Travel out to the villages from some authentic Canarian cuisine of fresh sardines and Papas Arugadas, or wait until September for Sabandeno, a celebration of local and European folk music.
When not dolphin-spotting, diving or windsurfing, take the kids (small or big) to Aqualand with it's innumerable chutes and giant waterslides, or around the Sacred Art and Archive Museums housing medieval treasures of both native Guanche and Spanish origin. Don't forget Hell's Gorge, the Canary's deepest ravine, sprinkled with exotic flora and fauna, for a great day trip on your holiday to Costa Adeje.
Holiday in Costa Adeje will have you staying under 2 miles from the all-night merriment of the world-famous Playa de las Americas, a clubber's must; but there are plenty of restaurants and bars around the coastline here to keep you occupied of an evening. Nights can be spent sampling tapas and spicy seafood in the beachside restaurants before retiring to a beach bar to watch those gorgeous sunsets!
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Costa Adeje Weather
Costa Adeje holiday mean sun, and lots of it! The temperature here doesn't vary too much, with winter lows circa 15 to 20° Celsius, and summer highs nearing 30° Celsius. There's not much rain either, so if you want to get wet, dive into the pool or the warm Atlantic waters!
From El Duque's verdant promontories to the darkly soft sands of Fanabe, the beaches here are of course blue flag, and the perfect tonic for the surrounding nightlife. If you do manage to tear yourself away from the pristine waters, take time to travel to the highest mountain in Spain, Teide: snow-capped in winter, but offering spectacular views of the island all year round.
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