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El Barranco del Rey is the boundary between the boroughs of Adeje and Arona. There are several golden-sand beaches along this stretch of coast, like Cuevitas and Playas de Troya, which are very popular for their dry, sunny climate.

They have changing rooms and showers. There are many bars, restaurants and terraces along the pedestrian promenade that has been built along this stretch of coast.

Two beaches in this area, officially known as Troya I and Troya II, were awarded the blue flag by the European Environmental Education Foundation (FEE). This is an award given to beaches that comply with Community regulations in matters of cleanliness of coastal waters and other requisites.

Sun beds, pedal boats, pleasure craft and wet bikes can be rented.

Several water sports are practised, like wet biking, parasailing, etc., and there are several diving clubs. There is one stretch of the coast that is suitable for surfing.

Bus Routes:
111 (Santa Cruz - Playa de las Americas)
343 (Puerto Cruz - Playa de las Americas)
473 (Los Gigantes - Las Galletas) to Playa de las Americas
470 (Granadilla - Playa de las Americas)


These small tourist resorts in the borough of Adeje are about 12 Km from Playa de las Americas, toward Los Gigantes. Access is sign-posted from the main coast road.

There is a small cove in Playa Paraíso, next to a large swimming pool that belongs to the tourist complex.

The Callao Salvaje resort has a small pebble beach.

Bus Routes:
473 (Las Galletas - Los Gigantes): see TIMETABLE, buses go to either Playa Paraíso or Callao Salvaje.


La Caleta is a small coastal enclave in the borough of Adeje, near Playa de las Americas, with a stone beach and some fish restaurants. Access is via a turning off the coast road.

Following a track for about half an hour to the south, you get to some small coves of golden sand.

Playa de Diego Hernández next to La Caleta.

Playa de la Enramada is between La Caleta and Playa de las Americas. It is a quiet cove with a sandy beach. It does not usually get very crowded.

Bus Routes:
441 (Playa de las Americas - La Caleta) only TWO buses a day.


There are complexes in Costa Adeje like Playa del Duque,, Fañabé, Torviscas, San Eugenio and the original nucleus of Playa de las Americas.

Works carried out along the coast have created sandy beaches, like Playa de Torviscas, Playa del Bobo, Playa del Duque and Fañabé.

The Puerto Colón marina is in the San Eugenio complex, from which you can take one of several fishing or leisure trips.

Close by, on the coast of the Jardin Tropical Hotel, there is a lovely terrace, set out on five levels with gardens and a 90 metre-long swimming pool covering an area of 600 square metre, Las Rocas. The pool and terrace belong to the hotel and they charge an entrance fee. There is a comfortable restaurant.

The next beach along is Playa del Bobo, where there is a windsurfing and sailing school. You can hire boards, sailing dinghies and catamarans.

The climate here is dry and very sunny for most of the year. Take care and use protective cream.

Bus Routes:
111 (Santa Cruz - Playa de las Americas)
343 (Puerto Cruz - Playa de las Americas)
473 (Los Gigantes - Las Galleteas) to Playa de las Americas
470 (Granadilla - Playa de las Americas)

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Playa de Troya II, Adeje
Playa de Troya II, Adeje