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We have 52 reviews of our apartments in Adeje.
A clean and spacious apartment in a lovely complex. The large balcony gets the Sun all day and overlooks the Pool. The apartment fixtures and fittings are all as advertised and I would recommend a stay here.Read more
we were very pleased with the apartment the beds were good would book again the complex was very good we would like to thank jon and sarah for there help as said will book again . bernard langton.Read more
Really enjoyed our holiday, apartment was great especially the large sunny balcony. Wifi in the apartment would have been the icing on the cake but not really a problem as wifi is readily available in most local bars and restaurants for free. Lots of reasonably priced restaurants close by. All in all just great.Read more
We arrived without having been sent the key code to collect the keys , however a quick phone call with letting agent and it was sorted immediately . The apartment location is slightly out in the sticks , it’s about a 20 minute walk into town but this was fine for us but usually got a taxi back. The apartment itself was clean, modern and exactly as per the pictures - I think there was a distinct lack of utensils ( sharp knife for one ) and maybe a set of plastic plate/cups for balcony/pool area. Unfortunately the children weren’t allowed to join in with the children’s clubs which ran from the complex , not the fault of the apartment owner obviously just something to be aware of - However when I read reviews I always want to know if the person writing it would visit again - and my answer if YES I would return - I had a lovely stay . Anything mentioned is merely constructive criticism and nothing moreRead more
We have just returned from a lovely week in this apartment. It is up hill coming back from the town area but we were aware of that when we book. An excellent large supermarket is 5 mins walk away. The apartment is as shown in the photographs, the directions and contact with the agent were excellent. Views over the ocean from the balcony were stunning, we spent most of the day on the balcony smiling at the dash for sun beds around the pool. The apartment would benefit from new crockery as some is chipped, but we managed.Read more
Given the previous reviews I was pleasantly surprised by the apartment. The photos do not do it justice, curtains etc are far superior in real life. Everything we needed was there and the apartment was clean and had plenty of space. It's not 5 star but just perfect for a week in the sun. Lovely big balcony and comfortable beds too. Very secure too as two doors so felt safe. The complex itself was in a great location and there are plenty restaurants and bars nearby. Beach is only 10 mins walk away. Plenty beds at the pool and a nice mix of nationalities in the complex. On the down side one of the sheets had a small hole in it but that's my only comment as everything else was great. Quite a few bugs about too but that comes with the hot climate and plenty bug spray available to use.Read more
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The island of Tenerife enjoys warm weather and has only two seasons a year: spring and summer. Once a humble village near the mountains, Adeje is now one of the most popular tourist spots on the island, boasting lunar landscapes, historic sites, 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 star restaurants lined along the coast to lounge around in your hula shirt while resting your eyes on the sparkling coast. Nestled between famous Mount Teide and a bustling coastal resort, Adeje offers volcanic sand beaches caressing the warm Atlantic to the southwest and unspoiled landscapes to the northeast.
A contrast to its lively coast, Adeje town is more low-key with fewer restaurants and bars, however take a short stroll south to Playa de las Americas and Los Cristianos and you’ll find a much more energetic nightlife with a choice of nightclubs bringing in the crowds until the early hours. 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.
A beginner's guide to renting an apartment in Adeje
Located only about 350km west of Africa, Adeje is a municipality in South Tenerife where the warm sun shines all year long and the blue Atlantic caresses dark volcanic sands lined with palm trees rising high into the perfect blue skies. You can see yachts whirl in and out of the marinas and windsurfers riding the waves. We all love the beach and the Costa Adeje is mesmerising, to say the least. However, more often than not we're looking for a bit more from our holiday; we also wish to explore the sites, traverse the landscape, dine at sophisticated restaurants, and this is where Adeje exceeds our expectations.
Usually, even the briefest of strolls around a town or city 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 an Asset of Cultural interest - Santa Ursula church. Getting there should take you through the charming narrow streets of Adeje town, 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, now standing as monuments and reminders of simpler times.
Thanks to the micro-climate, enjoy a lush landscape, home to the famous Mount Teide, boasting thriving green vegetation on even the shortest of hikes here. Mountain and dirt bikers enjoy this diverse terrain as miles of scenic trails wind around the landscape over arid and fertile grounds. A short stroll north from Plaza de Espana, in Adeje, should take you to the starting point of a little over 3km long walking route which leads into the jaws of Barranco del Infierno gorge. Brave souls may even take a 35km long hike to reach the cable car in Teide National Park.
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.