Best Adeje Hotels
Adeje HotelsAdeje is a town and municipality set on the southern coast of Spain’s eden-like Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands. Adeje offers a range of communities - some boast quaint quiet streets and white powdered palm-lined sands, an ideal holiday spot for families and couples. Others boast bountiful nightlife, where the sound of castanets and guitars clang through the buzzing streets and echo off the terracotta walls. Adeje also proffers from uncrowded beaches, which slope toward warm turquoise waters.Things to seeFor those seeking urban excitement with a youthful atmosphere, the bars, clubs and energetic beaches - which host adrenaline-pumping water sports - of Playa de las Americas are for you. Spend the evening wandering the bustling streets before indulging in its bewitching neon-washed nightlife. The surrounding area is home to fine-grassy golf clubs and enormous zoos, making for a perfect day out. For a holiday infused with captivating culture and history, visit the Museum of Sacred Art - a former chapel of a copper-coloured Franciscan convent - which houses hundreds of tapestries. They depict mythological iconography threaded in pastel pinks, delicate greens and lemon yellows. After, visit the convent church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, a 17th century stone-arched shrine with columns of gold-flecked Corinthian capitals capped with Baroque engravings. In the evenings, unwind with a fresh, fruity deep-red glass of sangria as the sun gently sets.Hotels in
AdejeThere are dozens of spectacularly sleek resorts and spas strung like pearls along Adeje’s fine-sanded beachfront. Often, these Adeje hotels are 5-star havens boasting enormous shimmering pools with adjacent cocktail bars, lavish in-room service, palm-studded grounds and unbeatable views across the emerald Atlantic. Large and affordable apartment suites are on offer, which are ideal for groups of friends travelling together for a sun-soaked getaway. Families may want to take advantage of the many villa and house rentals that fleck Adeje’s green-washed countryside, and which often come with large gardens and cool pools.Where to stayPlaya de las Americas is the energetic, youthful urban hub of Adeje, its sun-dappled streets, affordable restaurants and reverberating clubs and bars being ideal for an indulgent holiday full of lavish late nights and days of lying on the beach. For a quieter, more family-friendly resort getaway, head to the rocky shores of Callao Salvaje. The small town of Adeje itself gives a taste of local charm, its tranquil narrow streets housing hidden restaurants and bars, where the family-run home-cooking creates mouthwatering seafood cuisine, infused with tantalising spices and fresh green vegetables.How to get to AdejeIf arriving to Adeje by plane, gently descend through the pure blue Tenerife skies, taking in the sight of the island’s heavenly landscape, and land into Tenerife South Airport, which is an short 10 miles from Adeje - meaning you can be drinking sangria on the beach in no time. Round-the-clock shuttle buses will take you to the town and along the coast throughout the surrounding municipality. Bus services connect the collection of towns and villages, but to have absolute freedom of exploration, rent a car at one of the reliable local services, and speed along the coastal highways.