COSTA ADEJE GRAN Hotel, GF Hoteles, can be found in one of the most privileged locations in the European continent, specifically in the south west of the Island of Tenerife, one of the Canary archipelagos which, given its geographical situation, enjoys the sun and warm, pleasant weather the whole year round, thanks to the swaying trade winds.
Moreover, the geography of this beautiful Atlantic island creates inland micro-climates, areas like Costa Adeje, where the average temperature stays at 24 degrees and the air is clean and dry, favouring health and sports tourism.
Just ten minutes from the COSTA ADEJE GRAN Hotel we find the Duque and Fañabé Beaches, both with fine, exotic volcanic sand that bestows the coastal landscape with some unique and much appreciated features. The sea breaks gently onto the coast so bathing and water sports can be practiced with ease.
These beaches are bordered by a promenade that encircles them and favours sports like jogging and cycling, as well as a relaxing stroll or enjoying a coffee overlooking the sea.
Two kilometres from the COSTA ADEJE GRAN Hotel we find the Magma Tenerife Congress Centre, one of the most emblematic modern works on the Canary islands, awarded with some of the most prominent architectural prizes and, with capacity for 2.500 people, is the meeting place for some of the best cultural events on the Island, along with the international congresses that it holds.
Likewise, you can also enjoy the other options offered by Costa Adeje, a setting endowed with large, protected natural spaces. You can also get to know the uniqueness of the rest of the Island, which has the third biggest volcano on Earth from its ocean base, Teide, World Heritage and 3.718 meters high. Or come and visit the city of La Laguna, also a World Heritage site, whose architecture takes us back to the time of the Conquista when the great European fortunes lived on the Island.
So, staying at the COSTA ADEJE GRAN Hotel is more than just being in a luxury hotel; it is also having the chance to enjoy a natural, cultural and heritage environment which, once known, will be hard to forget.