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Read our dedicated travel guide for Costa Adeje in Tenerife. Find out more about info about events, beaches, places to stay and activities in Costa Adeje.
Craft market, exhibitions, children's workshops, food trucks and musical performances in a month-long event in Costa Adeje in the South of Tenerife.
I Love Music Festival is the main electronic music festival in Tenerife. In 2020 the festival will celebrate its 11th edition.
The Adeje Tapas Route is back, and apart from tasting the excellent tapas offeredby the participating establishments, you can vote and you can win numerous prizes.
La Caleta is a small urbanization in the south of Tenerife, very close to Costa Adeje, where you can find a tranquil spot to spend your holiday in the Canary Islands. People who come to La Caleta are looking for a quiet and relaxing getaway, which would not be possible in the bigger resorts.
If you're looking for a rather quiet and out of the way place to stay in Tenerife, Marazul might be just the thing for you. Situated in the south of Tenerife, this spot is good for people looking for a quiet holiday, where they can disconnect from the world and simply enjoy the sea and the good weather of the Canary Islands.
Playa Paraiso is a quiet and chilled place in Tenerife South, close enough to grab a taxi to the more popular resorts if you want to go for a night of fun, but far enough to enjoy a tranquil holiday in the sun.
Callao Salvaje is a tourist destination in the municipality of Adeje, in the very south of Tenerife. It is an ideal place to spend a quiet holiday on the island at any time of the year, due to the warm climate throughout the year.
A weekly market in Costa Adeje, situated across from the Gran Hotel Costa Adeje. This market is held two times each week, on Thursdays and Saturdays.
Fañabé returns one more year with a big fiesta in honor of the town's patron, Nuestra Señora la Virgen del Campo.
Each August, El Puertito de Adeje celebrates its annual fiestas dedicated to the Virgen del Carmen.
The South of Tenerife is where most of the tourism on the island is concentrated, due to the great sunny weather all year round.
Playa del Duque is situated in the upscale zone of Costa Adeje, with lots of 4 or 5 stars hotels close to the beach and a wide range of international restaurants, prepared to meet the highest culinary expectations.
Playa Torviscas is part of the Costa Adeje set of beaches and it is connected to Playa Fanabe, separated only by the breakwater that helps in keeping the water calm. Together they are also part of Playa de las Americas resort and they are considered a more upmarket area compared to the south of las Americas.
Playa de Fanabe, part of the Playa de las Americas resort, is one of the busiest and most popular beaches in Tenerife and the largest one in Costa Adeje. Situated in the south of the island, it is connected through a promenade with the neighboring Puerto Colon and Playa del Duque.
Coming to Tenerife for Easter break? Farra World starts the festive season with an entire weekend of music and party in Costa Adeje!
While in Tenerife, we recommend that you try the local fruit, vegetables and produce, especially the ones that you can find in the farmers' market or agromercado / mercado del agricultor as they are called in Spanish.
Tenerife, the fortunate island, will soon get another 5* hotel in the south, in Costa Adeje, where visitors will be able to enjoy a family holiday in a privileged setting.