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A TOUCH OF CLASS IN COSTA ADEJE

As the newest resort in Tenerife, Costa Adeje has fast become known for its up to date attractions and modern feel. It’s the ideal holiday destination for couples, families, or anyone looking for some summer sun only a short flight away and without the…

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The Centro Comercial El Duque Shopping Centre

As the newest resort in Tenerife, Costa Adeje has fast become known for its up to date attractions and modern feel. It’s the ideal holiday destination for couples, families, or anyone looking for some summer sun only a short flight away and without the tacky side of some package holiday destinations.

If you enjoy a chilled out beach holiday then you’ll be right at home in Costa Adeje, with better facilities than many of Tenerife’s other resorts, and clean sands. You can relax on the beach, take a dip in the sea or try your hand at any one of the water-based activities on offer, from water skiing and windsurfing to parasailing and jet biking. One of the best beaches for families is Playa Fanabe, with calm waters ideal for children to paddle in. Playa Del Duque is also very popular with couples and great for older children.

There’s plenty more to keep the kids entertained in Costa Adeje, with a large water park, theme park, go-karting track and bowling alley. As well as water rides and slides, Aqualand features a dolphinarium with regular dolphin shows, so it’s a water park and marine zoo in one. Less than half a mile away is Santa Maria Tenerife, a conveniently located hotel ideal for families and couples. Siam Park is another themed water park local to Costa Adeje and is in fact the biggest of its kind in Europe.

In the unlikely event that you ever get bored of all the sunshine, the indoor Miki Park in the Centro Comercial El Duque shopping centre will keep the kids entertained, and the huge seven-screen cinema inside the Gran Sur shopping centre shows English films occasionally so could be good for an evening trip.

For more adult-based activities there is Golf Costa Adeje, where you can play 18 holes or choose the shorter 9-hole course. And if your other half isn’t so keen on golf, there are plenty of fabulous spas around Costa Adeje to indulge in a spot of pampering at, many of which offer treatments using local volcanic muds.

After a day of fun and sunshine you can head to any one of Costa Adeje’s classy bars and restaurants, ending up at nightclub El Faro Chill Art, with its stylish terraces and dance floors attracting plenty of locals, particularly on weekends. A good tip is to have a tipple before you hit the nightclubs, to avoid paying over the odds for pricey drinks.

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