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Weather Averages for Costa Adeje in February
Averages for Costa Adeje in February
February sees the winter months continue in Costa Adeje. However, thanks to the Mediterranean climate that is influenced by the warm Sahara winds that blow across the island, the area remains warm and pleasant throughout the year. Indeed, sunshine is guaranteed year round in Costa Adeje.
Even in the winter months, Costa Adeje can see temperatures as high as 20ºC, with around six hours of sunshine a day, making it an attractive option for holiday makers who want to enjoy winter sun on their February holiday.
Dates for the diary
One of the most highly anticipated events of the year takes place in Tenerife, including Costa Adeje, in February – Carnival. During this time, almost all of the towns across the island hold parties, with the best celebrations being held in Santa Cruz for two weeks around the 10th of the month, when something is going on almost every day. There are carnival queen elections, parades, street parties and plenty of opportunities for everyone to dress up. The Santa Cruz carnival is regarded as the second best in the world, making it a must-see if you’re in Tenerife during February; the distance between Costa Adeje to Santa Cruz is 76 miles.
Things to do
Known as the feel-good show of the year, The Sound of Musicals is one of the most successful shows on the island which has dazzled audiences for years. The talented team behind this show will take you on a journey through London, Paris and New York, bringing the very best of the West End and Broadway to you on stage. The Sound of Musicals incorporates performances from over 15 musicals, complete with sparkling costumes, amazing voices and light-hearted comedy to create a night you’ll never forget. As well as the show, a three-course meal and unlimited drinks are included in the ticket price.
Sailing trips around the coast are always popular with tourists and offer a great way to explore the area and see more of the coast line away from the beach. Whether you want to hire your own boat and set sail yourself or simply relax on board a catamaran, sailing trips are good for people of all ages.
Where to eat & drink
Just a short walk away from the Puerto Colon harbour, Carlos offers a fantastic selection of modern European dishes which have been inspired by cuisine from Portugal, Spain, Italy and France. Here you’ll find a menu full of contemporary dishes, such as tagliatelle with salmon and prawns, chicken-stuffed peaches, espedata de Madeira and fruit kebabs, with a comprehensive wine list available to accompany your meal.
Striving to provide diners with fresh, healthy and tasty cuisine, Restaurante La Nonna comes highly recommended by almost everyone. Here you’ll find traditional Mediterranean food, with Italian, Greek, Spanish and French influences, resulting in a menu which is hard to beat. To accompany the food there is a large selection of international wines available, with some of Tenerife’s most popular bottles.
A great place for the whole family to spend the evening, Banana Garden makes for a fantastic night out. This cabaret bar serves a huge selection of cocktails made using fresh fruit. Evening entertainment with a Canarian twist is held every night, in the form of folk bands and flamenco shows.
Where to stay
If you’re looking for accommodation in Costa Adeje, consider Hotel La Pinta. The hotel comes highly recommended from past guests and offers great value for money, so you can enjoy a stay here even if you’re on a budget.
Holidaymakers who want an all-inclusive holiday in Tenerife should take a look at Dream Villa Tagoro. Located in Torviscas Alto, this complex features standard and superior rooms which come with satellite TV, air conditioning and mini bar. Guests staying on an all-inclusive basis can enjoy unlimited drinks and food at the bars and restaurants, as well as access to sports facilities, entertainment, kids’ club and shuttle bus service.