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Hotels in Costa Adeje

As a summer holiday destination, Costa Adeje is rapidly growing in popularity. It's had a bit of a personality change, growing out of its 18-30 club scene and into a more family-friendly resort. As such, there's more to do and enjoy here for all ages.

Whether you want an all-inclusive hotel booking or a self-catering apartment, Costa Adeje hotels come in all sizes and budgets. More 5-star hotels have popped up in the area in recent years.

Seaside activities

The Playa de las Americas area is the main beachside stretch, running from the Veronicas nightclub and bar district to the smaller, quieter resort of La Caleta. There are seven wide, sandy beaches along the coastline.

Water Sports Tenerife is based in Adeje. Book a jet ski, go paddle surfing, a banana boat or flyboard. The company can also offer deals on other activities, such as whale watching, go karting and quad biking.

Take a day trip to Siam Park, a water park with an unusual Siamese theme. All of the rides have special names: Siam Beach is the swimming pool, and The Lost City is the water playground for kids. Shops and a Thai massage spa can be found at the Floating Market, which is designed to look like a traditional village.

Dining in Costa Adeje

The food choices in the area can be surprisingly diverse. Try Roy Pizza & Indian Tandoori, for example. Harley's American Restaurant & Cocktail Bar is another option – if you want a go at their burger-eating challenge, you need to book 24 hours in advance.

More traditional dishes from Tenerife are made with grilled meat or fish, and are very simple to cook. In many cases, food is finished with ‘mojo' sauce, with a different spice depending on the colour. Green mojo uses coriander, red mojo has paprika, and hot ‘mojo picon' uses chilli peppers.

Sightseeing and souvenirs

As Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, there's always something new to see.

Browsing through the local markets is a great way to spend the afternoon, and you might uncover a bargain. Costa Adeje Market opens on Thursdays and Saturdays. There's also a farmers' market in Adeje village on the weekends.

The types of souvenirs you'll find in Costa Adeje range from Tenerife shot glasses and t-shirts to lace, honey rum, award-winning cheeses and goatskin wine bottles. See if you can find a figurine of Tara, the fertility goddess of ancient Tenerife's Guanches (or aboriginal people).

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Costa Adeje

What are the most booked hotels in Costa Adeje?

Melia Jardines Del Teide, Gf Fanabe and Hotel Riu Arecas - Adults Only are some of the popular hotels in Costa Adeje.

What is the lowest price for a double room in Costa Adeje?

The cheapest price for a double room in Costa Adeje is £34, offered by Apartamentos Tinerfe Garden.

If I want to stay in the center of Costa Adeje, which hotels shall I consider?

One of the best hotels near the center of Costa Adeje is Melia Jardines Del Teide.

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