Villas in Adeje City are located in a charming old town in one of the best locations on Tenerife for a family holiday. It’s one of those versatile destinations where there’s something for everyone: eco-tourists can admire the volcanic landscapes, kids and teenagers will have a whale of a time at local beaches and waterparks, and couples will delight in the pristine beaches and nightlife of Tenerife’s best resorts.
Whenever guests want to relax and enjoy some seclusion, holiday apartments in Adeje City will come into their own, providing outdoor pools and a host of domestic facilities for added comfort. Most rentals here are modern in style, set up to include 21st-century essentials like wi-fi and satellite TV. If there’s limited availability in this popular part of Tenerife, then try browsing our range of holiday rentals in Playa Paraiso.
-Beaches: Adeje is just a short drive from the famous resorts, Playa Las Americas and Los Cristianos. At Las Americas there’s the beautiful Playa de La Troya. This beach is a sandy bay with waters protected by breakwaters. There are rows of sunshades and sunbeds, as well as plenty of activities for kids and teenagers to enjoy. Other fine spots for a day in the sun are La Pinta, Torvisca and Fañabé.
-Activities: The south of Tenerife has the perfect infrastructure for those who want to get out and enjoy either the ocean or the fabulous natural landscapes. There are several dive centres in the area, catering to both novices and certified divers. Off the coast are wrecks, volcanic caves and diverse wildlife that includes sea turtles. On land there are three golf courses nearby, the closest of which is the 18-hole Golf Costa Adeje with fairways flanked by palm groves.
-Family attractions: There’s no shortage of fun things for kids to do close by, as two of Tenerife’s top water parks are in the vicinity. Both offer a different experience—Aqualand is wildlife oriented, with dolphin shows and other wildlife attractions complementing a host of slides and pools. Siam Park meanwhile is a waterpark like no other, modelled on a Siamese temple complex and with a fantastic range of flumes, slides and pools.
-Local history: The heart of Adeje is well worth a stroll for those who are interested in old architecture. There are buildings here that date back to the earliest years of Spanish settlement, like Casa Fuerte, one of a series of fortresses built around the island to fend off raids by corsairs and pirates.
-Natural landmarks: Tenerife’s volcanic landscapes are world famous, and nowhere is the scenery more impressive than in El Teide National Park, which takes up much of the island’s interior. This is a wonderful place to enjoy walks through an alien, otherworldly landscape that has often been used as a shooting location for movies. The centrepiece is the El Teide stratovolcano, the peak of which is the highest point in Spain, at 3,718 metres.
Tenerife is known for its clement weather, benefitting from clear skies and temperatures in the 20s for almost the entire year. There is only a slight difference between winter and summer conditions. Winters tend to bring maximum temperatures of 21?C and isolated rainfall. Guests arriving at Adeje City holiday apartments between April and October can expect warm, dry conditions with temperatures that peak at the high-20s.
For holidaymakers heading to Adeje City villas from the UK, the most direct route is to use Tenerife South Airport (TFS). This destination has plenty of connections to the UK with charter airlines and budget carriers. After landing it’s just a 20-minute drive to Adeje City on the TF-1. For those without a hire car it’s possible to catch the 110 or 111 bus to Costa Adeje before changing to the 417 or 473 and completing the journey up to Adeje City.