Costa Adeje Accommodation

Private apartments to rent in Adeje, Tenerife

Find the best holiday apartments in Costa Adeje with a pool at the lowest price

Discover the best apartments to rent in Costa Adeje and you too can experience this glittering coastline in the South of Tenerife for yourself. Here at Hundredrooms, we set out to provide you with the most complete selection of holiday accommodation, so that as a result, your trip is as seamless as possible. In a matter of seconds, we present all of the available holiday rentals from our respective partners on one page - all you have to do is tell us when exactly you would like to travel, and how big is your party. Regardless of whether you’re travelling as a couple, alone or with the kids, we have the best options of villas in Costa Adeje for your trip. Often associated with the glitzy prefix of ‘Costa’ Adeje, this resort on the Canary Islands has been a long favourite for stylish European holidaymakers. As a result you will find some of the most fantastic offers for holiday rentals across the whole island. Now a certified destination de luxe, the southern Tenerife spot is brimming with the best restaurants and cocktail bars across the likes of Playa del Duque and Playa Fañabe. However, you need not assume that such a prestigious name tag means premium costs. We work hard to make a full comparison so that you can book your holiday accommodation in Costa Adeje Tenerife at the lowest prices, without compromising on quality. Despite its popularity with high-end guests, it has fast become one of the favourite places to stay alongside Los Cristianos and Playa de las Américas which are also located in Tenerife. Costa Adeje itself is surrounded by one of the most breathtaking backdrops of volcanic hills, and the summit of Teide making the island appear otherworldly. Booking villas to rent means you have the freedom to enjoy the diverse range of black sand beaches and turquoise waters for which this place is so famous, or alternatively venture inland to explore its plush green valleys. Another reason why people return to Adeje every year is thanks to the Canarian climate, that effectively guarantees sunshine and warmth all year round. If you’re wanting to entertain the entire family, Costa Adeje is just a stone’s throw away from some of the most exciting leisure attractions around, including the incredible Siam Park that is the reigning water kingdom of Europe. Adeje maintains a tranquil ‘village’ like feel despite the many holidaymakers that flock here from winter through to summer, and an apartment in Adeje Tenerife means choosing one of the most stylish Canarian towns around.

Self-catering accommodation in Adeje Tenerife

Private apartments in Costa Adeje

Places to stay in Costa Adeje

Wondering where is the best area to book your holiday villas to rent in Adeje? Look no further, we can help you find out a bit more about the place.

  • Del Duque: A certified high-end area of Adeje that is famed for its celebrity visitors and beach with turquoise waters. It has some of the highest quality apartments to rent you can possibly find in Tenerife, and is an opulent spot to spend your holiday. Expect gourmet restaurants, some of the trendiest bars and white-dressed holidaymakers in its beach clubs.
  • Fañabe: A little further south than the previous is the more budget-friendly sister area of Del Duque. You can still find a great supply of shops and restaurants, but something a little lower in price. It has a great range of holiday apartments to rent and has a very popular beach for water sports and relaxation.
  • Torviscas: For ‘fun in the sun’, this is the Adeje equivalent. You can find cheap places to eat and drink, typical music bars and pubs with cheap pints. You can also find cheap accommodation here if you’re wanting a budget trip for a group of friends.
  • Puerto Colón: Home to a sleek marina, this quaint spot is perfect for families while also maintaining cheaper prices. You can have a drink in a stylish bar, admire the yachts and find plenty of places to eat. We would recommend staying here for low cost accommodation that you can guarantee is great for the kids, too.

When to visit Adeje, Tenerife

The glorious weather means that in theory, you can book to visit Costa Adeje at any time of year and still experience sunny skies and warm weather. Yes, even in winter! The Canary Islands have been a popular favourite, as due to their proximity to Africa, temperatures are around 20 degrees Celsius in winter. If you want to book cheap accommodation in Costa Adeje, December and January are the best time to book when there is less demand. This is by no means a bad time to book; you can guarantee cheap prices and slightly cooler weather than the scorching hot summers. May June and July are when temperatures are rising, however the sea breeze means that it never really becomes unpleasant. However at this time of year, price are at a premium. You can expect daily temperatures to average out at around 30 degrees Celsius during the summer.

Siam Park and other points of interest

Adeje is close to some of the top attractions in the whole island, so booking your holiday accommodation here guarantees that you will be provided with endless leisure activities that are suitable for all ages and tastes. Adeje is particularly popular for its hiking routes that are favoured for exploring the south west of Tenerife, and there are a variety to suit different fitness levels. So if you’re looking to split your holiday between ultimate relaxation and activity, you most definitely won’t run out of things to do.

  • Siam Park: One of the most exciting water parks across the Canaries. The Siamese theme makes for an exciting day out to some of the most thrilling water rides in the whole of Europe. Inspired by Thai architecture, this place is adorned with luscious vegetation to shelter from when you take a break from the towering slides and attractions. You can plan your visit directly from your self-catering accommodation and ensure that all facilities are available for food and drink when you get there.
  • Las Águilas Jungle Park: Located a short distance from Adeje in Los Cristianos is this diverse botanical and zoological park that is a great idea for a day out. With a collection of over 500 animals, you can lose yourself along the various tropical walking paths, bridges, lagoons and waterfalls. You can expect to see white lions, jaguars and other big cats, alongside primates, birds and even crocodiles and red panda. Admire the range of flora and fauna for the day with all of the family.
  • Barranco del Infierno: A breathtaking ravine that, if you’ve tired of the beach during your stay, you can travel to take a dip in the cooling waters within one of the most treasured nature reserves on the island of Tenerife. Due to its high environmental value, the nature reserves permits up to 3000 people per day so you can guarantee seclusion and total natural immersion. It is only a short distance from Adeje and we highly advise you to reserve your entry before visiting.
  • Plaza del Duque Shopping Centre: In the need of some retail therapy? If you’re looking to wile away a few hours looking for a new summer outfit, head to the ‘centro commercial’ that is located close to one of the most popular beaches. You can find a range of clothing and cosmetic shops, alongside a place to grab a drink in between.
  • Iglesia de Santa Úrsula: Despite the waves of tourism that dominate the coastline, if you’re looking to plunge yourself into authentic Canarian heritage, take a visit to this hermitage which was built in the first half of the 16th century. In the same place where the church stands today was the original site of one of the first religious buildings in the south of Tenerife, and is thought to have been built following the Conquest of Tenerife in 1496. The architecture is typically Canarian; and the interior is decorated in ‘Mudejar’ style.
  • Casa Fuerte: For more Canarian heritage in Adeje, take a trip to this old fortress that was used to protect the island from English and French pirates that threatened nearby waters. It was built in 1655 and is another fine example of typical architecture.
  • Church of the Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe y San Pablo Monastery: You will fall in love with this beautifully constructed church and monastery in Adeje. It is built in a rectangular style, and has a tea-pine wood finish in the finer details. The coat of arms of Juan Bautista de Ponte Fonte y Pagés is set in marble, and it is certainly worth a look around.

Best beaches in Costa Adeje

This coastline is awash with some of the most magnificent beaches in Adeje which are a short distance from your holiday accommodation. Take a look here:

  • Del Duque Beach: A premium beach with golden sand and azure waters. It is a beach for relaxation and luxury - you will have the highest quality facilities available, from showers and changing rooms to parasols, taxis and ice creameries. It offers a wide range of international cuisine at the side, and is just a short distance from some of the most lavish spots to stay.
  • Troya Beach: A lively beach with tourist offerings. Prided on its cleanliness, you can guarantee safety and peace, alongside facilities for sun loungers and more.
  • Fañabé Beach: Suitable for all visitors, this is a pleasant beach with golden sand. It provides total serenity, and has been offered awards for its quality. The water is extremely clean and makes for the perfect spot to take a dip. Take part in a number of water sports, zip up and down the coast on a jet ski or get the whole family on a banana boat. Like Del Duque beach, this has many gourmet restaurants and high-end boutiques nearby.
  • Ajabo Beach: A peaceful beach recently renovated for swimming. The calm waters are contrasted by its black sand, and you will be amazed by its volcanic stone garden surroundings and its various services. The beach is surrounded by gardens and has parasols, hammocks, showers, kiosk, toilets and changing rooms. You will also have walkways, pedestrian access, stairs, ramps, benches and bins at your disposal. If you fancy taking a stroll, you will find bars and restaurants in the vicinity of the beach.
  • Torviscas Beach: One of the largest and most touristy beaches on the island. Whether you are looking for tranquility and sunbathing, or you prefer to be more active, there’s something for everyone. As it is sheltered by breakwaters, the sea is usually calm. In addition, you can count on having all the services you could possibly need at the beach: showers, hammocks, bathrooms, restaurants, etc.
  • Bobo Beach: A volcanic beach that is centrally located. It is the oldest on the Costa Adeje. It is a short distance from the bus station, and is a typical urban beach with plenty of facilities.
  • Enramada Beach: A popular beach with bodyboarders, the Enramada Beach is wide and has black volcanic sands. You are sure to experience an unforgettable sunset here every night. This beach was developed in keeping with its natural surroundings. The sunset bar is an ideal place for live music.
  • Puertito Beach: A small cove that is far from the touristy areas of Adeje, but still easily reachable. It is unique natural spot with a marine micro-reserve in which free green turtles can be found swimming. Is is ideal for diving and snorkelling.
  • Las Galgas Beach: A small beach accessible by the existing pedestrian promenade. It is surrounded by a multitude of accommodation.
  • La Pinta Beach: A golden sandy beach with calm waters which makes it perfect for children. It is also located close to a lot of holiday accommodation, so you don’t have to worry about walking too far back after a day enjoying yourselves.