A guide to nightlife in Costa Adeje

Costa Adeje is the perfect pick for couples and families who want to unwind in an idyllic setting away from the hustle and bustle of some of Tenerife’s more hectic nighttime resorts. If you’re looking to party after the sun has set on your package holidays to Tenerife, you can always head to the neighboring town of Playa De Las Americas where you’re sure to find excitement at clubs like Tramps, Sound Of Cream and in music bars like Brannigans and Linekers, If however, you want to stay a bit closer to home there is still plenty of fun to be had. Here are our top picks on where to go in Costa Adeje.

Classic cocktails at Casablanca

Play it again, Sam. You know the film – experience a night in Casablanca’s itself where you look out on to La Gomera. There’s a big screen where big sporting fixtures are shown as well as a huge range of music concerts (they’ll try and cater to any request). Try a variety of cocktails from the extensive menu – they’ll make you whatever you like or there are also beers and spirits if that’s your preferred tipple. You can also watch magic tricks and of course, listen to the signature piano playing. Try and visit during Happy Hour for extremely reasonable prices.

Late night boogie at Soul Train

Open until 3am, Soul Train is the perfect place to visit if you’re a fan of soul and Motown. On Thursday nights Soul and Soul are an act worth stopping by for, and if you’re suitably inspired then you’ll have your very own chance to pick up the microphone and sing karaoke till your heart’s content. Don’t forget your dancing shoes as there’s also a dance floor where you can show off some of your holiday moves….

Home comforts at Moonlight Bar

Aptly named, the moon sits above Fanabe beach making the view of the moon and the sunsets pretty spectacular. This British pub has a good range of reasonably priced drinks plus karaoke and entertainment. With a variety of evening entertainment including The Blues Brothers and Comedy Elvis, you certainly won’t be disappointed. Or, if you just want to sit back and watch the world go by on a cheap holiday to Tenerife, this is the perfect spot for you. With the karaoke starting at 9.30pm, it’s easy to stay here all night.

Truly unwind at Ohana Chill Out

The clue is in the title… if you’re in search of a chilled out vibe and delicious drinks then Ohana is the place for you. Try the delicious dessert cocktails – the perfect after dinner remedy – including oreo, strawberry shortcake and mango mojito amongst others…Relax in the retro surroundings and enjoy the shisha that the bar also offers. If you’re a bit hot and bothered after a day sunning yourself on the beach then you’ll be pleased to hear that beers are served in frozen pint glasses.

Get competitive at Mega Bowl

Get on your bowling shoes! Mega Bowl offers a night out where everyone can enjoy all the favourite songs on karaoke as well as a few games of ten pin bowling before. You can have cocktails and drinks brought to your pod so you can concentrate on scoring those all-important strikes. Open until midnight seven days a week, this venue is brilliant for groups of families and friends.

Lively nights at St. Eugene's

With a fun atmosphere, the small dance floor of this family-friendly bar is always packed. Singers use backing tracks to provide the nightly entertainment and the crowd all sing along to everything from Motown to pop.

Bohemian feelings at Faro Chill Art

Follow the neon lighthouse above the marina of Puerto Colon to the three terraces of the retro chic and uber-stylish Faro (Spanish for lighthouse). This is a favourite spot for locals as well as tourists. Faro has DJs and live bands at weekends – providing some of the best music in the south. At sundown you can sink into the cushions on the decking and experience a Tenerife sunset in outstanding surroundings.

Drinks and dancing at Achaman Disco Pub

You get the fiesta feeling all year round at this Spanish club playing Latin music from salsa to reggaeton. There are also live bands till late on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The music inside is full on and people dance until the early hours. If your feet are in need a break, then you can head outside and relax on the terrace.

Seaside serenity at Terrace Bar

This bar is equally as busy during the day as it is at night time. In a great spot on the Puerto Colon seafront, you can sit with a fruity cocktail looking out to sea or people watching under a parasol. With a varied food menu and live entertainment in the evenings, Terrace bar is definitely worth a visit.

Rock'n'roll swagger at Harleys

This American restaurant and bar is decorated with retro cars and motorbikes which you can actually sit on while you have food and drink. The grand pillared entrance sets the mood for the lavish experience that awaits you inside. Harleys has a long list of cocktails to work your way through if you’re feeling thirsty. Or maybe you’ll spend your time here trying to resist the towering burger stacks!