A wonderful destination

Enjoy the lovely climate in the south of Tenerife all year round. In Costa Adeje, you will find the best leisure activities the island has to offer, as well as endless beaches and spectacular natural attractions.

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Discover Costa Adeje through a different lens

The parties in the Playa de las Américas area will liven up your nights in Costa Adeje, and you’ll be staying in Tenerife’s touristic hotspot, so you’ll be spoilt for choice as far as entertainment goes. The spring climate all year round will allow you to enjoy all this as well as Tenerife’s most amazing beaches, which cater to all tastes: golden sand, volcanic sand, pebbles… there’s something for everyone!

The south is also the perfect place for whale and dolphin watching, as they’re just a few kilometres away from the coast. You’ll be in one of the few places in the world that’s home to a whale colony, which means they can be seen at any time of year. Most tours leave straight from Costa Adeje so you can enjoy this unforgettable experience.

The Los Gigantes Cliffs, one of Tenerife’s most stunning natural attractions, are one of the best spots to catch sight of these animals. Towering 600 metres above sea level, their columns of solidified lava make for a unique natural landscape.

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A destination to discover

From Olé Tropical Tenerife, you can reach the most spectacular spots on the island in less than an hour or enjoy the magnificent beach just 400 m from the hotel

Tenerife at your fingertips

From Costa Adeje, you have easy access to the most iconic spots in Tenerife. If there’s one spot that stands out from and above the rest, it’s Mt Teide, Spain’s highest peak at 3,718 metres high. This national park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most spectacular volcanic landscapes in the world. A cable car will take you almost to the summit, and those who love hiking can get there on foot.

To the north, you’ll find two of the most beautiful places in Tenerife: La Laguna and La Orotava. La Laguna is a colonial town with brightly coloured houses that is rich in culture and art. Meanwhile, La Orotava is a town located between the sea and Teide National Park. In addition to spectacular views, it has an old town that cannot be missed and a coast with untouched beaches and unforgettable landscapes.

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