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Dont understand why people say this is the best beach in the south. It is nice but I think it lacks character I much prefer Los Cristianos town beach where you get lots of locals and there is always something going on like sports and...More
A lovely beach and the beach umbrellas and loungers are spread out so you are not on top of your neighbour. Fruits and drink sellers patrol the beach all day long but what is missing is a snack cabin/shop. There is a beach bar but...More
We were told this is the best beach in the area so we went with some expectations. Not particularly a hot day, we arrived to find a small overcrowded beach. Sand was rough.
Seems to attract a particular type of guest - mostly oblivious to...More
Response from RichardWirral | Reviewed this property |
There is a pleasant broad paved easy-walking promenade along the coast at Costa Adeje, including Playa del Duque, which almost reaches La Caleta (and this was being extended when we were there earlier this year). To access... More
There is a pleasant broad paved easy-walking promenade along the coast at Costa Adeje, including Playa del Duque, which almost reaches La Caleta (and this was being extended when we were there earlier this year). To access the promenade from La Caleta you probably still have to use the less well-defined path. You will pass other beaches on the way to Playa del Duque. If driving it should take less than 10 minutes, but parking is likely to be difficult. Aim for C.C. Playa del Duque shopping centre and then look for parking.
If staying on the beach such as Playa Del Duque , which airport does one select for r/t nonstop from Madrid on a carrier such as Iberia?
July 18, 2015|
There are 2 airports in Tenerife. One in the north of the island and one in the south. The one in the south of the island (Reina Sofia) is much closer to Del Duque. Whether or not Iberia offer this option I don't know. The south airport is the international airport.
Heathfield, United Kingdom
bus journey (2 Replies)
Hi! I'm staying at the Marino Hotel in Costa del Silencio and need to visit relatives by bus, who are staying at the Altamira (Playa del Duque, Adeje. Could anyone please tell me the easiest way of doing this, which number buses I need and which bus stop I need to get off at. Thanks.
January 13, 2015|
Hi! Thank you for replying.Looks a simple journey and no bus changes- brilliant.
London, United Kingdom
Cheap tat shop (2 Replies)
I'm looking for a cheap tat shop, like a pound shop, usually run by Chinese people. I'm hoping to buy an unusual money belt that I've only ever seen in such shops. Adeje or La Caleta or Playa del Duque area. Is it impolite in Spanish to call it a Chino?