Costa Adeje Weather July Averages, Canary Islands

What's the weather like in Costa Adeje in July

July is smack in the middle of summer in Costa Adeje and so unsurprisingly is one of the hottest months of the year, not to mention the sunniest.

Temperature

July enjoys an average temperature of 21°C...

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    Costa Adeje Weather for July 2019

    What's the weather like in Costa Adeje in July

    July is smack in the middle of summer in Costa Adeje and so unsurprisingly is one of the hottest months of the year, not to mention the sunniest.

    Temperature

    July enjoys an average temperature of 21°C, with highs of 24°C and lows of 18°C.

    Rain

    There's very little rain with just 5mm of average rainfall for the whole month.

    Average Sea Temperature and Sunshine Hours

    The average sea temperature is an inviting 21°C and you can expect to soak up around 12 hours of sunshine each day.

    Costa Adeje Hotels in July

    Hotel Villa de Adeje Beach

    Hotel Villa de Adeje Beach is a popular and affordable hotel that is a great option for families and conveniently located just minutes away from the beach.

    Hotel Panorama

    Hotel Panorama is also ideal for families. This three-star complex features studios and one-bedroom apartments, each of which comes with fully-equipped kitchen and satellite TV. The list of onsite amenities is comprehensive and covers buffet restaurant, bars, swimming pools, children's pool, playground, WiFi access and babysitting services.

    Colon Guanahani

    Couples looking for somewhere to enjoy a romantic getaway should consider staying at Colon Guanahani. This four-star, adults-only hotel is located within Playa de Fañabé and provides accommodation in the form of double rooms and suites which are decorated in a colonial style. Onsite facilities are numerous and include beauty centre, bars, restaurants, salt-water swimming pools and sports activities.

    Hotel Isabel

    Just a short walk away from Playa de FañabéHotel Isabel provides a selection of apartments, bungalows and villas which all feature a full kitchen, including sink, hob, fridge, microwave, toaster kettle and utensils. The list of onsite amenities is comprehensive and covers internet café, mini market, wellness centre, gym, free WiFi access, swimming pools, entertainment programme and kids' club.

    Costa Adeje Beach for July

    Playa del Duque Beach

    The beach at Playa del Duque is considered to be one of the very best in Tenerife and is a great place for the whole family to spend the day together under the sun. This popular bay features fine golden sand and clear blue waters, creating the ideal conditions for the little ones to play and swim. There are plenty of onsite facilities for visitors to enjoy, including sun loungers, shades, changing rooms, showers and toilets, with many cafes, shops, bars and restaurants nearby on the promenade.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Monaco Steak House

    The beachfront Monaco Steak House is the ideal place for carnivores in search of a top meal. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this restaurant is known for serving quality meals in generous-sized portions for affordable prices. The menu features tempting dishes such as butterflied chicken breast, oven-roasted pork and grilled steaks, all served with homemade sauces.

    Bombay Babu

    By far one of the best Indian restaurants in Tenerife, Bombay Babu offers a vast array of authentic Indian starters, mains and desserts, each cooked to order. Diners can choose from bhajis, samosas, pakoras and kebabs to start, followed by more than 20 different curries for main courses. Each curry can be made with a variety of meat, fish and vegetables, as well as soy meat and paneer cheese, ensuring something to suit everyone.

    Meson El Torito

    If you're in the mood to try something local, stop by Meson El Torito in Costa Adeje. This restaurant boasts a sophisticated, traditional atmosphere which is mirrored in the food. You'll find a wide variety of dishes to choose from, with items such as grilled king prawns, oxtail and roast lamb being amongst the most popular. There is also a number of homemade desserts available, including seasonal fruit, lemon sorbet with cava and chocolate volcano.

    In & Out Bar

    Situated on the beachfront at TorviscasIn & Out Bar is a must-visit for every rock music fan because the live bands which perform, including Soundchaser and Pandora. Although the drinks are fairly pricey, it's definitely worth it to listen to such a talented group. Due to Soundchaser's popularity, In & Out Bar gets very busy when they play, so try and get there early to ensure you get a seat.

    Things to do in Costa Adeje in July

    Aqualand

    Bags of fun for all the family and pretty cost-effective, Aqualand water park regularly offers deals and discounts for families with children. Here you'll find a handful of adrenaline-pumping water slides, as well as four extensive kids' zones, full of hidden places to explore. What really makes this water park stand out is the dolphinarium which boasts the best dolphin show in the world. There are a number of cafés and bars inside the water park, but visitors are also allowed to bring picnics in if they wish.  

    Blue Bottom Diving

    If you've ever wanted to try your hand at scuba diving, stop by Blue Bottom Diving. This popular diving school offers a range of 5-star PADI-certified courses for snorkelling and recreational diving, as well as a number of courses for instructors and dive masters. Although the centre is based in Costa Adeje, Blue Bottom Diving offers trips in over 20 different locations throughout Tenerife, with each point less than 15 minutes away from the boat. Each diving site offers something different, from ancient ship wrecks and alien rock formations to hidden cliffs and tropical fish, ensuring something to suit everyone.

    Dates for the diary

    Puerto de la Cruz comes to life with the Virgen del Carmen fiesta around the 16th. These celebrations include a procession down to the town's harbour, where a giant statue of the 'Virgen' is placed on a small fishing boat next to a figure of St Elmo – the Spanish and Portuguese patron saint of mariners – and taken on a trip around the bay.

    The Virgen del Carmen fiesta attracts thousands of people from all over the island who take part in the water fights and harbour swimming that make this fiesta one of the best of the year. Costa Adeje is only about an hour away from Puerto de la Cruz (by car), so why not hire a car and go and join the fun?

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