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Costa Adeje Holidays

There was once a time in the history of Costa Adeje in Tenerife, Canary Islands when because of its close location it was a town that was incorporated into the popular town of Playa de Las Americas. The name Adeje in the name Costa Adeje is actually a down in Costa Adeje which is steeped in history as it existed several years ago even before the pre-Hispanic era. Today Adeje boasts of having historically inspired architecture.

Costa Adeje is a town that consists of other cities which starts from the western side of Veronicas all the way through to La Caleta. Now as an independent town Costa Adeje is a resort that is hailed as one that is ahead in its class. Every where you go in Costa Adeje it is evident that the town has put a lot of emphasis on creating tourist-friendly places. The town is dotted with several cultural and craft centres that capture the history and talent of Costa Adeje.

If you visit this resort town in the month of January, you would be privileged to see the height of Costa Adeje’s culture at the Feast of San Sebastian. This feast is celebrated by farmers and peasants who both honour the saint. And later on in October is the Romeria festival which pays homage to the Virgen de la Encarnacion as well as Santa Ursula. This festival gives you a chance to enjoy Costa Adeje’s culture up-close as well as it is a great opportunity to feast on the town’s authentic food and drink.

Although more laid-back than its other surrounding resorts, Costa Adeje is luxury holiday personified as it is equipped with everything fun for couples and even those who are accompanied by children. For one thing because of the predominant tropical weather, outdoor activities abound. They including golfing, water sports, cycling and some even opt to go for a morning or evening run to explore the island a little bit further.

If you have never been to Costa Adeje one of the first things that you should do is to go whale watching or see dolphins swim around in their own environment. The weather is also great for taking tours to view the whales and dolphins swimming around. Indulge in some jet skiing or if you want a change of scenery then perhaps you consider viewing the town of Costa Adeje from the sea via a boat ride.

Things to do in Costa Adeje

Costa Adeje is one of the newest resorts in Tenerife, Canary Islands and it is oozing with great activities and excitement that would keep any tourist entertained for hours on end. To be sure approximately five million tourists make it to Costa Adeje each year to enjoy all that the resort town offers. And who can really blame them? There is something for everyone to see and do here. When you visit Costa Adeje visit the Siam Park which is an aquatic theme park and the largest of its kind in Europe. Here you would get a chance to go down the water slides and feel like a child again or go surfing in the artificial beach there.

Also at Siam Park are a few waterfalls which serve a great background for taking photos and the gardens there are also beautiful to look at.

More aqua fun can be had at the Aquapark which is home to several water slides and rides, dolphin shows, a few bars for adults to unwind and restaurants are on-site as well. If you are travelling with your children, then they too can enjoy a meal at children’s picnic.

Elsewhere the Golf Costa Adeje has several courses to play from and if you are into diving there are many spots that you can go to discover the underwater world. Even if you cannot scuba dive, there are schools on the island that you can go to learn. Also quite popular is deep sea fishing. Here the visitor gets a change to get in a boat and go fishing perhaps in search for the biggest fish in the sea which would be the blue Merlin.

Once you sign up for deep sea fishing you would be provided with the appropriate fishing gear and licenses as well. The fishing experience also provides meals and drinks. For adventure back on land it is truly hard to beat Camel Park where you can view camels in the desert area. You can also follow this up by taking a quad tour throughout the safari in the other parts of Tenerife.

The nights in Costa Adeje are filled with live shows, bar and checking out a few restaurants for some great food. In neighbouring Playa de Las Americas the night comes alive with fun and games at the casino there. You can also go shopping here for craft items as well as jewelry and gift items at the independent plazas or the shopping areas at the hotels.

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