When you’re looking an upmarket holiday, Costa Adeje Tenerife deserves more than a second look. This is the region that’s taken most of the rejuvenations and development budget in recent years, and the result is an area that’s a cut above the standard holiday resort. Of course, all of Tenerife is beautiful and worth a visit, but when you’re looking for something a bit special, Costa Adeje is the place to base yourself. A couple of the island’s most luxurious and pampering hotels are situated here: The Bahia del Duque and the Sheraton La Caleta. The Sheraton name is known the world over for taste and class, and their offering on Tenerife lives up to world standards. There are various splendid restaurants on the property and the service is first class. It’s a busy hotel, being extremely popular, but you’ll find quiet rooms with tasteful decor and every need catered for right down to bathrobe and slippers. Spa facilities are excellent too, with a steam room, health club and sauna. Out and about in the area you’ll find the majority of bars and clubs are more classy establishments than cheap and cheerful, although you’ll come across a couple of those too. All kinds of cuisine is available from many different nationalities, from sushi to fajitas, and you’ll also find very good Canarian cuisine represented. Whatever else you do, you won’t get bored of the eating opportunities in the area. Beaches are among the newest on the island, well cared for and inviting. Sports facilities on offer include wind surfing, water skiing, parascending and windsurfing, and of course, the age-old beach pastime of simply soaking up the sun. Families with small children will find calmer waters at Playa Fanabe, which is just around the headland, but for older kids and adults the water at Playa del Duque beach is just fine. Golf in one of the main activities away from the beach. Golf Costa Adeje is a championship 27 hole course close to La Caleta, a nearby village. Divided into two courses, there’s the full 18 hole course, or a smaller but no less challenging nine hole course. There’s also a spa with signature local treatments using volcanic mud. Nearby attractions for families with children include Siam Park and Aqualand, or alternatively you could go ten pin bowling or go-karting. There’s even a cinema in the Grand Sur shopping centre which occasionally shows English films. So there you have it. A quick round up of some of the attractions and atmosphere you can expect to find in the upmarket region of Costa Adeje Tenerife.