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Had a lovely holiday apartment quite basic and towels in need of updating but it really is a great place to stay so much so we have booked for next yearRead more
4th time we have stayed at this villa whilst our daughter swims at top training. Perfectly peaceful yet easy reach of La Caleta with its fabulous restaurants. Only thing that would make it better would be to provide more towels. One medium size and one small towel each just isn't enough (even with the washing machine). A lot of people only bring hand luggage to keep costs down so bringing towels from home isn’t an easy option. Hopefully be back next October!Read more
From start to finish a very good experience. If anything the details did not do this property justice. The location was ideal, minutes walk from the beaches, bars and restaurants etc. The facilities at the villa were second to none altogether a wonderful week. Thank you.Read more
This apartment was immaculate and has everything you need, perfectly sited for beach and entertainment, very peaceful in the evening, pool was perfect and has water slide which was so much fun, lovely little cafe with good food and cheap prices xRead more
Family of 8 stayed for 1 week. Kids absolutely loved the big pool and we all loved the amount of outdoor space. Inside villa lovely and spacious too and great that each bedroom is serviced by an en-suite. We had no car but expected to pay for taxis instead and this was fine, local taxi company got to know us and we didn’t struggle to get 8 seaters mostly. Area is up a very steep and continuous hill/mountain - the walkers in our group were a bit limited as to where they could walk to due to extreme hill walking back up - while there is a very small shop on down hill a bit, taxis were needed back up - any shops worth getting main shop items require taxi/car down to Grand Sur. Overall a pleasant stay - just make sure you are prepared to use a car/taxi to get anywhereRead more
Our Family stay at the location was fabulous! The villa was of very high standard with plenty of privacy. I would recommend this property to any family looking for luxury at a fair price. There was plenty of useful information left for us re good restaurants and tourist attractions, also useful telephone numbers. I will 100% book with this company again and if I could go above 5 stars I would!!!Read more
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Apartments in mesmerising Adeje
Once a small village near the mountains, Adeje is now one of the most popular tourist spots on the island, covering over 7 kilometres of volcanic palm lined sandy beaches along Costa Adeje and unspoiled landscapes on the famous Mount Teide. Town boasts historic sites, while the surrounding area boast excellent green golf courses and large aqua parks with fast water-slides and well-maintained playgrounds. There is also a plethora of bars and Michelin-starred restaurants lined along the coast.
Contrary to the sparkling Costa Adeje, Adeje town is peaceful with few restaurants and bars. But to continue partying, just take a short stroll southward along the coast, to very vibrant Playa de las Americas and Los Cristianos. Otherwise, even the briefest of strolls around the town will let you soak in the the place's charm. Plaza de Espana offers gorgeous views of the island's volcanic arid landscapes to the south and holds a Cultural Interest Asset - Santa Ursula church. Charming narrow streets of Adeje town are lined with restaurants, quiet cafes and pastry shops. The town itself, is a fascinating example of the region's history, with ornate fountains that were once sole sources of water for the village.
Hikers, mountain and dirt bikers alike enjoy this diverse terrain. The island has only two seasons a year: spring and summer; and thanks to the micro-climate, the region enjoys lush landscape and thriving green vegetation. A short stroll north from Plaza de Espana, in Adeje, takes you to the starting point of 3km long walking route leading into the jaws of Barranco del Infierno gorge. There are also numerous beaches along the coast, four of which fly blue flag - El Duque, Fanabe, Torviscas and Troya. Whether you choose to unwind closer to the palm lined beaches, enjoying the fresh sea air, or exploring the volcanic hills, surrounded by lush greenery, a Clickstay property is the icing on an already wonderful holiday. But keep in mind that a week-long jaunt isn't long enough to fully take in everything Adeje has to offer!
Key holiday info
- Flights to South Tenerife Airport from the UK take 4hrs 15 mins.
- You can reach the Costa Adeje in approximately 20 minutes from Tenerife South Airport.
- Adeje enjoys year-round sunshine with an average daytime temperature of 25°C from July to September.
- The average sea temperature in summer is 24°C.
- Rising over 3km in height, Mount Teide was declared a national park in 1954 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007.
Did you know...
- There are 11 awe-inspiring beaches in the Costa Adeje, three of which fly the Blue Flag.
- Footgolf, available on the local golf course in Adeje, is an interesting mix of golf and football.
- There are two water parks open all year long in Costa Adeje; Aqualand Costa Adeje and Siam Park.
- Educational activities are fun here in Adeje; treat the kids to whale and dolphin watching.