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All reviews lovely beach lovely area up market white sand shopping centre designer shops el duque clean beach beach bar lovely walk sun loungers beach front restaurants and bars beaches upmarket sea tenerife
This beach was one of my most favourite places during my 40th Birthday and Honeymoon in Adeje Tenerife.
The sand was clean and the water was clear.
It could be crowded at times but it would be as it is such a great place to...More
This is a really upmarket place lovely clean area with bars and restaurants and fairly pricey. The beach is beautiful just like being in the Caribbean very tidy looks safe to swim. We found a couple of nice coffee shops reasonable price.
Really enjoyed our time on del Duque . Superb sunbeds and parasols .. priced decently too ! NIce sand to walk on and an excellent beach bar selling good food at not over inflated rates. If you love ice cream they have excellent gelato shop...More
A nice beach with life guards. Sun loungers are available under grass umbrellas. This beach is close to an under ground carpark an shopping centre for designer clothes. There are hight end resterants available, but nowhere for a quick cheap snack. The sand is no...More
Are fourth visit to the Grand gets better each time just notice little changes here and there all for the good best room this year fifth floor looking over pool and sea just one flight of stairs to solarium magic just felt there were one...More
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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.