Adeje travel guide

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You're Going to Love Adeje

Bathed in sunshine, Adeje is one of the jewels of Tenerife, the largest of Spain's Canary Islands. Luxury resorts, sun-soaked beaches, water sports, and world-class nightlife make it a fantastic vacation destination.

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When to Visit Adeje

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Adeje enjoys mild winters and blazing hot summers. If you want wall-to-wall sunshine, visit from June through September, but for more sedate breaks, give spring or late fall a try.

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How to Get to Adeje

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Where to Stay in Adeje

Accommodation in Adeje revolves around luxury resorts, and leading options include the Iberostar Anthelia, Bahía del Duque, and the Costa Adeje Gran Hotel in the town center.

Popular Neighborhoods in Adeje

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How to Get Around Adeje

The Cost of Living in Adeje

Shopping Streets

The place to head for shopping fans is Plaza del Duque. Just to the north of Adeje's center, it hosts major brands like Gucci, Mango, and Cartier.

Groceries and Other

Supermarkets in Adeje include Mercadona, Hiperdino, and Stop&Shop. As an indication, expect to pay EUR2 for 12 eggs.

Where to Eat in Adeje

Excellent seafood options include Masia del Mar and El Cine, Restaurante Sebastian serves fine Spanish fare, while Bombay Babu is a high-class Indian option. A good meal will cost around EUR25 per head.