The essence of nature

The contemporary concept of luxury shuns ostentation, focusing on elements that, despite their simplicity, offer greater quality of life. Elements that only nature can provide, such as time, the landscape and setting

Choosing Costa Adeje means being able to enjoy a delightful year-round climate. Mild, warm and moderate, temperatures average 27 ºC in summer and 23 ºC in winter thanks to the trade winds that provide the island with a gentle breeze that takes advantage of its unique orography to keep temperatures constant. There is no need for air conditioning in summer or heating in winter.

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Costa Adeje is one of the regions in Europe with the most hours of sunshine: more than 3,000 hours of light and 300 days of sunshine a year. Make the most of every bright and sunny day to enjoy a stroll and breath in the fresh air, discovering the true meaning of relaxation. In the evening, colourful sunsets light up the sky with their orange and reddish tones. Without forgetting the spring-like temperature that pervades the atmosphere by day and night.

Costa Adeje boasts one of the world’s most privileged climates and is the perfect antidote for stress.

Costa Adeje

Costa Adeje is a combination of sunshine, sea and nature in a single location. Stunning views of the sea and the island of La Gomera and truly breathtaking sunsets. A prime location filled with natural landscapes and routes to be explored; beaches and coves bathed by crystalline waters that are perfect for enjoying the sea and sunshine that floods the municipality practically every day of the year. The transparent waters and wealth of marine life make it the perfect location for scuba diving and a host of other sports such as surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing or more relaxing kayaking. And of course, Costa Adeje is also the perfect choice for golf lovers.

True luxury is choosing a place like Costa Adeje to live in.

A unique setting

El Teide, Spain’s highest mountain. Breathing in the air at an altitude of just under four kilometres is a truly memorable experience. Walking among the remains of its former volcanic activity and exploring this spectacular setting, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an authentic privilege.

Beaches bathed by turquoise waters that have been awarded Blue Flags for their magnificent conditions and facilities.

Natural paradises such as the Masca Gorge, where time seems to have stood still for millions of years, or picturesque towns and villages such as La Caleta, a magical spot by the sea that boasts the Canary Islands’ legendary tranquillity.

Countless sites that are well worth discovering in a unique setting.

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