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All-Inclusive Holidays to Costa Adeje

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Costa Adeje might be a little resort on a slightly-less-little island in the Canaries, but it sure packs a punch when it comes to all-inclusive holidays. It's the heavyweight champ of the unlimited breakfast buffet, and has about as much variety as one, too, with a whole bunch of hotel types for you to choose from. This place has had all-inclusive hotels longer than British dads have had t-shirt tan lines (and we hear they go back centuries), so it's no wonder us beach holiday lovers just can't get enough. Plus, there's one other thing you can guarantee on a Tenerife holiday: sun! It's scorchio here all year round, perfect for a last-minute getaway when next week's weather forecast is looking a bit shoddy. Because, in the words of Roy Ayers, everybody loves the sunshine.

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Popular all-inclusive hotels in Costa Adeje

Okay you cool cats and kittens, if you want to sit at the popular table, these hotels will give you kudos in Costa Adeje. While all your mates are going to Tenerife, you'll be going to Eleven-erife to live your best life at the best value stays on the island - there's a reason these hotels fly off the shelves each year. Best get booking then, ey?

All-inclusive beachfront hotels in Costa Adeje

There are beaches galore along this coastline, and every single one of them is wildly different. From black shores to golden sands and even a little pebbly number thrown into the mix here and there, you beach'ya there's a sunbathing spot for every season. The sea water here is also pretty toasty all year round, so you could go for a swim on a Tuesday in February if you fancied! And if you really want to make the most of being by the seaside, you'll want to check out these beachfront hotels...

All-inclusive hotels in Costa Adeje for families

Sometimes all you need from that summer jolly is sunny weather, a kids' club that'll look after the little'uns and a cheap holiday that'll look after your wallet. Well, we can do one better. At these hotels you've got mini discos, mini golf, mini snacks at the pool bar: you name it, they'll shrink it. There's pint-sized fun for all the fam, and best of all, it's all included!

Things to do in Costa Adeje

Ever dreamed of a place where the sun gives out free bear hugs, beaches whisper sweet nothings, and the nightlife is brighter than a disco ball? Enter Costa Adeje. Nestled in the ever-vibrant Tenerife, this coastal darling is more than just a pretty face; it's a whirlwind of adventures, flavours, and beachy beats. Whether you're planning to make a splash at Aqualand or hike the infamous Barranco del Infierno, Costa Adeje is your playground.

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FAQs about Costa Adeje

What are the best things to do in Costa Adeje?

Playa del Duque is Costa Adeje’s most popular beach, and our personal preference for the best thing to do in the area: chill out, get sandy. If you're after a bit of wet n' wild mayhem, there's Siam Park with its waterslides, wave pools and lazy rivers to float about on. Speaking of floating about, with this resort being on the coast, there are also tons of boat trips to check out and you can spend a day on the water spotting dolphins and whales and making memories to last a lifetime! And, finally, for the active holidaymakers (that could never be us), there's the nearby Mount Teide, the perfect place to take a hike - and, incidentally, that would be our response if you asked us to join you. We'll stick to the cable car, thanks.

Is Costa Adeje a party place?

Costa Adeje is the slightly quieter, slightly less Red-Bull-fuelled neighbour of Playa de las Américas, but that doesn't mean you can't still get your groove on. The area's got cocktail bars and clubs to suit whatever vibe you're after, from Negroni-and-chill to boppin-til-breakfast. If you're bringing the kiddywinks along, there's no end of laid-back venues for them to have a coca-cola at and a boogie to the live band, and if you want to go all-out Brit abroad, there are several trusty Irish pubs in the area, too. Can't go wrong with an Irish pub, if you ask us.

When is the best time to go to Tenerife?

Honestly, any time. Now that might not be the answer you were looking for, but here us out: the average temperature in January is 22°C, so you'll be grand whatever time of year you book your Costa Adeje jolly! But if you're the indecisive type, our recommendation would be June. For starters, it's scorchio. Plus, it's not quite as crowded as July or August, and it's when the Corpus Christi festival takes place across the island, so you'll see the streets lined with colourful flowers and artwork.

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