These live webcams of 4 popular Costa Adeje spots are little windows to paradise. Check on the weather (hint: it’s always sunny) or just enjoy watching Costa Adeje while you wait for the holidays to begin! These Costa Adeje live cam feeds are a great way to get an idea of what Costa Adeje is really like – including how busy the attractions and beaches get and what to expect at different times of day. Our webcam Costa Adeje feeds show just how stunning this Tenerife destination is!
Playa de Troya beach is located near the southern end of Costa Adeje, nearing Playa de Las Americas, and is a popular beach for those who’ve just visited the nearby Siam Park and Siam Mall shopping centre. It’s a small crescent shaped beach lined with sunbeds and swaying palm trees. You can see the gold and black sand from the Costa Adeje live cam, by the gentle waves that lap the shore.
Take a break from the beach and enroll in a family-friendly whale and dolphin watching tour. Click here for details on our 4-Hour Premium Boat Trip.
A rock wall creates an enclosed swimming area where the waves are never too strong – this is a great beach for teaching the kids to swim! You’ll also be able to see some of the stalls and shops that line the street besides the beach – but not a hint of litter. This beach is well-kept and maintained with a tourist office located nearby and massages on offer for those that manage to grab a sunbed.
The beach is busiest from mid-morning to mid-afternoon but is generally a very peaceful place to visit all year round. If it’s a little too busy for your tastes, simply walk along the coast. Playa de Troya is just one of many small beaches and sheltered spots along this stretch of coast. You’ll find car parks, toilets and other amenities just out of shot of our Adeje webcam.
This live cam Playa de Fanabe feed shows a great shot of the dark sandy beach. Depending on the current angle, you might be able to see the masts of the yachts and tour boats at nearby Puerto Colon (see the next Costa Adeje webcam) which is just a short walk away. This is one of the longer beaches in Costa Adeje – although it’s quite narrow you have got 600 metres of disabled access Blue Flag certified beach to enjoy.
There are plenty of fantastic hotels nearby this beach, as well as a casino and a beach bar just a few steps from the sand. This beach is one of the busiest, but also one of the nicest! You’ll need to get to the beach early in the morning if you want to grab a hammock or sunbed, even in December.
If you’re a bit too late, don’t stress out. There are some fantastic restaurants nearby (check out our Costa Adeje restaurant guide) where you can wait for a sunbed to become available, plus the beach is connected to Torviscas Beach. You can always go for a stroll along the shore until you reach a more secluded spot.
From the webcam you’ll be able to see structures and tents along this beach – these are tourist information points, pop-up beach bars where you can buy refreshments and stalls where you can book water activities, boat tours and more. Don’t let your vacation end before trying out Jet Ski Safari.
We love to visit this picture-perfect port, even when we don’t have a yacht here! It’s a very tranquil place to visit, especially after spending hours on the very busy beaches. You can see from the Costa Adeje live cam that there’s rarely a soul to be seen! The calm waves lap at the boats and within this sheltered harbour.
You can wander around the harbour (you’ll need to arrange to join the club if you want to keep a yacht here) before heading to the nearby mall where there are great places to eat with views out over Puerto Colon, or opt for a boat tour. You can arrange these tours at the harbour itself, but we always recommend you book any boat tour in advance to avoid missing out. Check out our whale watching tour that also takes you to the Los Gigantes.
Nearby you’ll also find the water sports centre where you can book the more adventurous activities on your holiday and the Aqualand water park is close by inland.
On the horizon of the Puerto Colon webcam, you can see the high-rise hotels and apartment blocks by Playa de Troya. Behind the webcam you’ll find the very small and sheltered Puerto Colon Beach and beyond that Playa de Torviscas. The port is well worth a visit on your Costa Adeje holiday; we recommend stopping here for an hour or two to enjoy the marina itself before wandering around to enjoy the shops, restaurants and beaches in close proximity.
Just look at that never-ending green, endless blue sky and swaying palm trees. You’re looking at Golf Costa Adeje live web cam, with Teide National Park to the right and the coast to your left. Plan your little El Teide adventure and book our exciting El Teide Buggy Safari Tour.
We’re just North of Costa Adeje, next to the Sunlight Bahia Principe hotels on an 18-hole course. It’s kept in pristine condition all year round, with fresh greens from January to December. There’s a very relaxed ambience here, you don’t need to be a golf pro, but this isn’t the place for crazy golf! If you need a break from the crowds of Costa Adeje’s beach, this is a great place to spend the day.
Join the Golf Costa Adeje club, go for a fitting, leave your family happy in the restaurant, gym or hotel (with a pool), and head out onto the green, taking a buggy of course. You can’t see the 6 lakes, 2 different courses and range of terrains from the webcam, but you can certainly imagine the extravagance! This is one of Costa Adeje’s best golf courses, open from 7am to 7pm every day. Click here to check out other Costa Adeje golf courses.
Other places you can visit near here include Playa de Diego Hernandez beach and Cala De Las Tortugas – both a short walk away. You will need to book a taxi or take the bus if you’re staying in the centre of Costa Adeje to reach the golf course – but it’s well worth it!