Right now, the area is something of an ‘it destination’ - the kind of place to get glammed up and grab a cocktail in a beach bar spinning chilled out beats.
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Along Calle Colon things get a little more lively, with local musicians rocking out to reggae or playing slinky soul. The hippest hangout by far is El Faro Chill Art, where you’ll find posers draped over the terraces and clubbers hitting the dance floor.
Low-key probably isn’t going to cut it for late teens and early-twenty-somethings, who can hop in a cab to Playa de las Americas and join the hard-drinking party hoards on Veronica’s strip, a row of shot bars, dance clubs and burger joints.
This is a place for the wild and the young to let their hair down and nurse a thumping hangover in Costa Adeje the next day.
For something just a little bit different, discover Tenerife’s quirky side at Costa Adeje’s Sound of Musicals Show Bar.
Here, Vegas showgirls belt out big-hitting tunes from musicals across the ages. A flurry of sequins, feathers and song, it makes for a memorable night out, blending kitsch comedy with serious performances from ex-West End professionals.
Kids will go nuts for the Frozen tribute, while adults can giggle at a very tongue-in-cheek take on Riverdance.
The evening includes as much booze as you can knock back, so you’ll get into the spirit of things in no time.
Alternatively, ready your stomach for free-flowing drinks by upgrading your ticket to include a tasty two-course meal.
After recommendations on where to dine out and what to try? Read our eating out in Costa Adeje page.