Costa Adeje Weather August Averages, Canary Islands
- Temperature 24°C 75°F
- High Temperature 29°C 84°F
- Low Temperature 22°C 72°F
- Day Temperature 25.8°C 78°F
- Night Temperature 24.4°C 76°F
- Sunshine Hours 10 hours
- Rainfall 3.4 mm
- Rainfall Days 1 days
- Sea Temperature 23°C 73°F
What's the weather like in Costa Adeje in August
August is hot and sunny - and very busy - in Costa Adeje.
At this time of year the average temperature of 21°C, with highs of 24°C and lows of 18°C.
There's very little rain with just 5mm of average rainfall for the whole month.
Average Sea Temperature and Sunshine Hours
Costa Adeje Hotels in August
Hotel Jardines de Nivaria
Hotel Jardines de Nivaria is one of the most popular hotels in Costa Adeje and boasts a large spa complete with sauna, cold plunge pool, steam room and Jacuzzi, as well as a selection of massages, thermal treatments and beauty therapies. Here guests can choose between standard double rooms and several suites, all of which provide access to the onsite swimming pools, bars, restaurants, gym and tennis courts.
A top choice when it comes to budget accommodation in Tenerife, Tinerfe Garden is a two-star hotel located in San Eugenio, just a ten minute walk away from the beach. Here accommodation comes in the form of studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, each of which has a full kitchen, satellite TV and telephone. The list of onsite amenities is comprehensive and includes swimming pool, buffet restaurant with show cooking and two bars.
Iberostar Bouganville Playa
A hotel popular among families, Iberostar Bouganville Playa is a beachfront hotel, just a short walk away from Playa del Bobo. Guests can choose between double rooms and junior suites, all of which are spacious and comfortable. Here you'll find plenty of family-friendly services and facilities available, including swimming pools, kids' pool, entertainment programme, kids' club, playground, restaurants with kids' menus, bars serving a variety of soft drinks and WiFi access.
Flamingo Suites located in front of the beach at Puerto Colon are another top choice for tourists looking for a little bit of luxury during their stay in Costa Adeje. Here guests can choose between one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites, with or without private pool, as well as several royal suites. You'll find a plethora of facilities to enjoy onsite, including swimming pools, massage services, excursion booking, free WiFi access, kids' playground, parking and limo service.
Costa Adeje Gran Hotel
Located in a quiet residential area of Costa Adeje, Costa Adeje Gran Hotel is one of the best all-inclusive hotels in the island. Here you'll find double rooms and suites which come with free WiFi access, flat screen TV and balcony. All-inclusive service is available 7.30am-midnight and covers breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks, snacks and a selection of sports and animation activities. There are plenty of other facilities to enjoy, too, including swimming pools, shops, games room, kids' club and beauty salon.
Costa Adeje Beach for August
Playa de Pinta
Playa de Pinta, Puerto Colón in Costa Adeje is easily accessible and offers plenty of parking, so heading here for a days beach bumming should be a breeze. The clean golden sand beach is protected by groyns, making it family-friendly and safe for swimming. This beach also has toilets, showers and disabled access. Lifeguards keep an eagle eye on the water during peak season, and there's a good choice of nearby bars and restaurants.
Bars and Restaurants
Found in the holiday resort of Fañabé, Gran Reserva is one of the longest established steak houses in Tenerife. Here you'll find a comprehensive menu full of Spanish, Canarian and Mediterranean dishes, with the house specialities being the various grilled meats, shoulder of lamb and suckling pig. To accompany each dish, there is a large selection of Spanish and Italian wines available.
Torviscas Tandoori Real Indian Restaurant
If you're in the mood for some traditional Indian food, stop by Torviscas Tandoori Real Indian Restaurant. Each dish is cooked to order and the chef will happily add more chillies if you like it hot, or omit them completely if you're not a fan of heat. Here you'll find all your favourite curry-based dishes such as kormas, bhunas and tandooris, accompanied by the ever popular rice sides, naan bread and chapattis.
The perfect place for the whole family to enjoy a night out together, the Toby Jug is a fun-pub just like you'd find in the UK. There are plenty of activities to keep the kids happy here, such as pool tables and dart boards, as well as several flat screen TVs showing live sporting events to keep dad happy. You'll find a top selection of drinks available behind the bar, including beers, ciders, spirits, wines and soft drinks, all of which come with a small price tag.
Just a short walk away from the beach at Torviscas, the Moonlight Bar offers something for everyone to enjoy. There are karaoke sessions, followed by family-friendly entertainment every night. All major sporting events, as well as popular British soaps, are shown on several large TVs inside the bar and on the outside terrace throughout the day and early evening.
Things to do in Costa Adeje in August
Whale and dolphin spotting sailing trips are not to be missed, especially if you're travelling with the family. These trips are often the highlight of a holiday. Both Puerto Colon and nearby Los Christianos are home to the mammals and a cruise to these areas will mean you're more likely to spot one. Royal Delfin is one company who offers these cruises and will even allow for a stop off to swim with dolphins. Whale and dolphin spotting onboard the Royal Delfin is one of the most popular excursions in Tenerife.
This trip departs from the harbour at Puerto Colon, where you'll board a large catamaran staffed by experienced guides who will tell you all about local marine life and environment conservation whilst at sea. The vessel features two sections below sea level where you'll have the chance to see some of the 19 different species of cetaceans which reside in the waters around Tenerife, including bottle nosed dolphins and pilot whales. There are three different itineraries on offer which cover different areas and lengths of time.
If you'd prefer something closer to the ground, how about a Segway tour? A new and eco-friendly way to explore Tenerife, these tours leave from Playa de Las Americas where an instructor will give you some basic training on how to operate the Segway before you start your journey. There are three trips available 40 minutes, 60 minutes and 120 minutes each of which is surprisingly affordable and takes in different parts of the resort. As well as the Segway tours, this company also hires out electric bikes which you can use to explore Tenerife at your own pace.
Dates for the diary
Generally, August 14-15th marks the Festival of the Virgin of Candelaria, the patron saint of the Canary Islands. The festivities last for two days and encompass a wide array of religious and traditional events taking place in the town of Canelaria, located in Tenerife's north east coast.