Explore the landscape
Costa Adeje is home to all sorts of activities and adventures. If you're interested in seeing some nature then explore Teide National Park. It's picturesque landscape of pine trees, with a 3,718-metre high volcano at its heart – the third largest volcano in the world and the tallest peak in Spain.
If you're a history buff then you'll enjoy World Heritage UNESCO site San Cristóbal de la Laguna, which was built in the 15th century and is said to be the first city ever designed. For thrill-seekers looking to cool off there's Siam Park - Europe's largest aquatic theme park with a Thai twist.
Costa Adeje is often referred to as Tenerife's premier resort – and no world class destination would be complete without accompanying nightlife.
Take in a jaw-dropping magic show at Illusion Live!, tap your toes to some Motown soul music performed by talented veterans Sebastian and Mr D, let your hair down at Achaman Discopub or simply chill out with a refreshing cocktail at any one of the dozens of beachside bars in Costa Adeje. Whatever sort of night you're looking for, you can find it here.
Costa Adeje has the most Blue Flag beaches of any resort in Tenerife and offers a mix of fine golden sands and natural black volcanic sands. The resort boasts no fewer than five Blue Flag beaches. This award is given to beaches that have clean seawater, qualified lifeguards on site, good general facilities for beachgoers such as public toilets and cafés and maintain a strict domestic pet ban.
Playa del Duque and Playa Fañabé rank as numbers one and two of top things to do in Costa Adeje, according to TripAdvisor. The other sandy stretches rounding out the Blue Flag five are Playa Torviscas and Playas Troya I and II.
Authentic Canarian cuisine
One of the highlights of holidaying is that you can pamper yourself and eat out more often than you would at home. Though Costa Adeje is the new kid on the block when it comes to Tenerife's resorts, it has still built up an impressive array of restaurants and cafés serving up delicious cuisine from all over the world.
With everything from Spanish tapas bars and Italian pastas to freshly caught seafood and good old-fashioned British pub fare, Costa Adeje has a fantastic selection of culinary delights.
Rest your head
Costa Adeje provides some of the best accommodation that can be found in Tenerife, and even the Canaries. Hotels in the resort are renowned for quality, luxury and service. From five-star palaces designed to whisk you off your feet with their excellence to All Inclusive, family-friendly hotels with spacious suites and multiple swimming pools, there is something to suit every circumstance.