Bahia Principe Costa Adeje
Travel Blogs from Adeje
... El Ray as we drove up to the volcanic summit of the island called El Teide. It was a pretty fun road full of switchbacks that took us through every conceivable landscape from rainforest to snow to pine trees to mists so thick you couldn't see ten feet down the road. Wednesday found us going for a pirate ship ride from Las Americas to Los Gigantes, the huge cliffs on the western side of the island that rise straight up 600 meters from the sea. It was a fun ride and Mike even went ...
... The islands are getting ready for Carnaval which starts this weekend. We found the main shopping mall areas with many shops and restaurants, and yes, weird people! The streets are narrow and colorful and any open area had sidewalk tables for coffee and sweets. Stages were under construction in any open areas for the bands that would play throughout the weekend.
We didn't have a lot of time since the ship was leaving pretty ...
... has picked up making it difficult for the stall holders. Maybe the weather is changing, time for us to go! Back to the airport to return the car 18.15 in plenty of time for the flight to Leeds-Bradford at 20.15. It's the last flight to leave tonight and actually slightly early. We land around 00.30 and are home by 01.00. Not tired so we put the first lot of washing on before bed at 02.15. What a great winter break, days ill be longer nod snowdrops out ...
... All the footpaths at the peak are closed but a it's a clear day you can still see Gran Canaria and La Gomera from the side we have access too. We take lots of pics before descending. We drive a little further south in the park to see the dramatic roque formations near the Parador before returning down the mountain to Puerta de la Cruz. We complete the town walk we started on Wednesday, surprisingly a very pretty plaza behind such a tourist ...
... in a locals bar then take the tram down to Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz has a different feel in the sunshine and it's a pleasant walk along the by the docks before taking the return tram back up to La Laguna. We drive back yet again along the same stretch of road, the fourth time! Decide to stop at San Juan de la Rambla which proves to be a little gem in comparison with La Guancha. Two good bars where it is fun to watch the football amongst the locals. Back home for DVD and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking