Beaches of Costa Adeje
The main draw for many travelers to this stunning part of Tenerife is its fantastic beaches. These include Playa del Duque, a particularly upmarket corner of the island which offers great cocktail bars and a relaxed ambience. Troya is made up of two beaches that lie next to each other, which is found near the popular resort of Playa de las Americas.
Fun and adventure at Costa Adeje
© Bahia del DuqueThose enjoying 5 star hotels in Costa Adeje with family may also enjoy the nearby attractions suitable for all ages, which are particularly great for those traveling with children. These include Aqua Park and Siam Park, both easily reachable from Costa Adeje. Active travelers will love hiking the Barranco del Infierno (which takes approximately three hours) to admire the magnificent rocky scenery of the region. Kayaking and canoeing at Playa del Duque are also popular activities for adventurous visitors.
Exploring beyond Costa Adeje
Excursions to the surrounding towns and countryside are easy from well-connected Costa Adeje. An excellent option for a day trip is the town of El Medáno, which is regarded as one of the best places for watersports on Tenerife, especially windsurfing. The idyllic village of Las Galletas is also nearby and offers a very quiet beach and excellent views of the mountains beyond.