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Explore Costa Adeje, your getaway destination in Tenerife

AluaSoul Costa Adeje voasts a prime location just 500 metres from the Puerto Colón marina, on the picturesque Costa Adeje seafront promenade. This great location places it close to all the beautiful beaches, shopping centres, bars and restaurants that make the area so popular.

Costa Adeje is a first-class tourist resort on the southwest coast of Tenerife in the Canary Islands in Spain, and also renowned for its exceptional dining options. Local restaurants have mastered the fusion of traditional local flavours with international favourites to create a unique culinary experience. Visitors can enjoy a wide variety of delicacies, from fresh fish to classic “wrinkled” potatoes, majorero cheese and the iconic Canarian mojo, all accompanied by high-quality local wines, such as those from the prestigious Tacoronte-Acentejo region, renowned for its exceptional reds and whites.

And we must not forget one of the area’s greatest charms: the large and beautiful beaches on the Costa Adeje, such as Enramada, La Pinta, Fañabé, Duque or Torviscas, where visitors can enjoy a wide variety of water sports or just relax in the warm sunshine. Together with our AluaSoul Costa Adeje hotel for adults aged 16 and over, this all makes it the ideal destination for holidays in Tenerife.

Teide National Park

Teide National Park is located in the geographic heart of the island, at 2,000 metres (6,500 ft) above sea level and topped by Spain's highest peak at 3,718 metres (12,198 ft). In addition to its outstanding natural beauty, it is also the most visited national park in Europe, welcoming around three million visitors every year.

Drago Park

Next to the parish church of San Marcos. Drago Park is the top attraction in Icod de los Vinos. The famous and ancient dragon tree in the park is over 800 years old and is one of the most prominent natural, cultural and historical symbols in the Canary Islands. The Icod dragon tree is considered the oldest of its kind on the islands, and is more than 16 metres tall with a diameter at its base of around 20 metres.

Drago Park

Los Gigantes Cliffs

In Santiago del Teide, the name "Los Gigantes" refers to the towering cliffs that reach a height of 600 meters (1,970 feet) before dramatically descending into the sea, creating a breathtaking spectacle. These awe-inspiring cliffs, located within the Teno Nature Reserve, offer divers and fishing enthusiasts the opportunity to explore the thriving marine life in the waters below, which reach depths of approximately 30 meters (100 feet).

The Sendero de los Sentidos hiking trail in Anaga

A perfect setting to rekindle the emotions associated with the trails, where visitors can awaken all their senses and fully immerse themselves in everything the trail has to offer.

Sendero Los Sentidos

Tenerife's Coastal Paradise

The beaches in Tenerife are amongst the biggest attractions in the area. From long, sandy beaches to quiet, hidden coves, you’re sure to find the perfect location to bask in the sun or enjoy a wide range of exciting water sports.

La Pinta Beach

La Pinta Beach

Next to the Puerto Colón marina and the Yacht Club. This is a beautiful beach with golden sand, ideal for families as there are no big waves and the sand is very fine. One of the top attractions on the beach is the wide range of water sports. Visitors can enjoy bouncy castles in the water, jet-ski rides, scuba diving and parascending, among other activities.

El Duque Beach

Del Duque Beach

With soft, golden sand and very calm waters, this beach has become famous due to its sophisticated and exclusive ambience. The beach also provides a wide range of superior-quality services.

Troviscas Beach

Torviscas Beach

Located between Playa de Fañabé and Playa del Duque, this beach has fine sand, calm waters and a wide range of facilities and services. Visitors can also try water sports such as snorkelling, and alongside the beach is a beautiful seafront promenade with a great choice of shops and bars.


Fañabé Beach

With its fine, golden sand and crystal-clear waters, this beach is ideal for sunbathing and chilling out. It provides excellent facilities including sunbeds and sunshades, as well as a great choice of activities in the water such as windsurfing or paddleboarding.

Puerto Colón

Puerto Colón Beach

Located in the heart of Puerto Colón, this is the perfect beach for travellers seeking a combination of relaxation and entertainment. Ideal for sunbathing, taking a refreshing dip in the sea and enjoying the lively atmosphere in the area.

Traditional Festivals

Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnival

Well known as one of the most lively carnivals in the world, this colourful event is held in February. Parades, troupes and extravagant costumes are all essential ingredients in this popular festival.

El Carmen Festival

The festival which honours the Virgen del Carmen, the patron saint of sailors, takes place in Puerto Colón and other ports in the region in July. The festival features a number of beautiful maritime processions.


Easter is an important time for religious processions and ceremonies in all the different towns and villages in the south of Tenerife. The processions in Adeje and La Laguna are among the most popular.

Carnavales de Tenerife

UNESCO recognition

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has bestowed its prestigious accolades upon this enchanting destination, acknowledging its outstanding universal value. One such recognition is the UNESCO World Heritage Site designation bestowed upon the Teide National Park, home to the majestic Mount Teide, Spain's highest peak. This natural wonder captivates visitors with its otherworldly lunar-like landscapes, showcasing the island's volcanic origins. Tenerife's cultural significance is also celebrated, with the historic town of San Cristóbal de La Laguna receiving UNESCO's recognition as a World Heritage Site. This charming colonial town enchants visitors with its meticulously preserved architecture, cobblestone streets, and vibrant cultural scene.

Tenerife Unesco Recognition
Gastronomy of Tenerife


The entire island of Tenerife, and particularly the Costa Adeje region, is famous far and wide for its first-class dining options. Local restaurants serve a wide variety of dishes, ranging from traditional local flavours to the most popular international dishes. Visitors can enjoy sampling a huge choice of fish prepared in many different ways, the iconic “wrinkled” potatoes, the majorero cheese or the famous Canarian mojo sauce. All accompanied by the finest local wines, including the ones from the region of Tacoronte-Acentejo, home to excellent red and white wines.


Outdoor Activities

In addition to the numerous water sports available on the beautiful beaches such as diving, snorkelling, jet skiing, parasailing, surfing or paddleboarding, the chance to take fascinating boat trips from Puerto Colón or enjoy beautiful hiking trails, throughout Tenerife there is also a wide variety of outdoor activities to do while enjoying the warm, sunny weather on the island:


  • Whale and dolphin watching
  • Bird watching
  • Film set tours
  • Golf courses
  • Water parks