Cheap Holidays in Costa Adeje

Tenerife’s Costa Adeje may have a reputation as an upscale resort, but that doesn’t mean it’s out of the cheap holiday game. On the contrary – here, affordable days are spent the same way luxurious ones are, with stints of beach-lounging, hiking and a whole lot of watersports.

Costa Adeje Cheap Holidays

How to get a great Costa Adeje liday deal

Some of the best holiday deals to Costa Adeje can be found eight weeks before departure.

It’ll take a little patience to go that last-minute, but you’re likely to be rewarded with hugely slashed prices. To save the most money, you’ll want to go Self Catering here and splurge at any of the hundreds of restaurants gathered along this Canarian coast.

But if when all is said and done you still aren’t sold on Costa Adeje for your cheap holiday, have a look at other Canary Islands like Gran Canaria or La Palma, or head out to mainland Spain and park up on the beaches of Costa Brava.

Cheap things to do around Costa Adeje

Underneath Costa Adeje’s glitzy surface is an incredibly low price tag, which means you’ll find yourself with an affordable holiday that doesn’t skimp on the extras. Costa Adeje is home to not one but a handful of Blue Flag award-winning beaches that are a mixture of gold and volcanic sands, and offer up the true Tenerife experience.

Stretch out on the shores, hire snorkelling gear or stroll down the promenade on the popular Playa del Duque – how much you spend here is totally up to you. And even though Costa Adeje has a reputation for going gold, its natural side is just as stunning.

You can join a tour and head into Teide National Park, home to Mt Teide, the third largest volcano in the world and the highest point in Spain. Also near to Costa Adeje is the Barranco del Infierno, a protected gorge whose hikes afford access to a secluded waterfall.

Costa Adeje is all rugged mountains and Blue Flag beaches

Only a four and a half hour flight stands between you and affordable Costa Adeje.

Sunny Costa Adeje is relatively new to Tenerife’s holiday game, and as such, has a platinum, holidaymaker-forward attitude.

If you’re trying to visit on a budget you won’t have an issue, as the beaches and surrounding mountains here are the main attraction and totally free.

Hovima Hotel Costa Adeje

An infinity pool and sleek interiors take centre stage at the Hovima Hotel Costa Adeje, a 4* adults-only spot right across the road from the beach. On offer here are a buffet restaurant and themed restaurant, plus a snack bar and another one just for drinks. That’s where you’ll find evening entertainment like magicians and live music. Each room features free WiFi, and you’ll have access to the hotel’s gym, too.

Riu Arecas Hotel

This adults-only hotel comes heavy on the looks, and whose building is in the shape of a cruise liner. There are three pools on offer here, plus it’s just a short walk to Playa del Duque. The buffet restaurant keeps things varied with themed nights and show cooking, while the lounge is privy to live entertainment throughout the week. Wi-Fi here is free too, so you won’t have trouble staying in touch with people back home.