Apartments Tenerife, Adeje
Year-round sunshine and beautiful landscapes make Adeje a popular destination in the summer and winter. Situated on Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Adeje has so much to offer visitors, from water sports on the beach to hiking in Barranco del Infierno. The coastline of the surrounding area is dotted with resorts like Playa de las Américas and Callao Salvaje that cater for all kinds of holidays. Siam Park, a world recording holding water park, draws huge crowds, while keen amateur photographers will find plenty to keep their camera lens occupied, including the stunning backdrop of Mount Teide. You can even get your fix of culture with visits to Villa of Adeje or Sacro Art Museum.
Self-catering holidays are all about doing things on your own terms, so when you stay at apartments in Adeje you can take control of your own timetable. Forget about queuing for breakfast each morning at a pricey hotel, and instead enjoy the easy living of having your own private holiday rental with a spacious lounge and convenient kitchen. HouseTrip has a range of Adeje apartments, whether you want villas in Adeje or studios for your holiday accommodation in the sun.
Where to stay in Adeje
Water sports fans and sunbathing enthusiasts will love an Adeje apartment near the beach, and there are also villas in Adeje that have their own swimming pool, perfect for those searching for a luxury holiday rental. If you’re looking for a lively atmosphere, then Playa de las Américas is known for its nightlife, while those who crave peace and quiet should opt for an apartment on Adeje’s outskirts. For a studio with a view, go for accommodation at a high elevation for stunning vistas. HouseTrip has a whole range of holiday accommodation choices in Adeje, so take a look at the options and book the one that calls out to you!
Adeje with the family
During a family holiday in Adeje you will find all manner of things to see and do. Scuba diving and fishing opportunities present themselves at Cayo Salvaje and Paraíso Beach, and there are kilometres of black volcanic sand all along the coastline perfect for a lazy day of sunbathing and sandcastle building. When you feel more active, head to Siam Park, a huge attraction in this part of Tenerife where you can enjoy the thrills and spills of the water park. Wander past the waterfall on the outskirts of Adeje village or go hiking high in the hills at Barranco del Infierno, which means Hell's Gorge in English! You’ll be glad of a comfortable holiday rental for the family to relax in after all that fun.