For those who have the wallets to match their egos; want to feel like a VIP for that special anniversary or who are just fed up to the back teeth with the words ‘crisis’ and ‘austerity’, there are no shortage of ways to part with your cash on our tropical paradise.
Where exactly is Costa Adeje? It’s a question that still confuses even those who have been visiting Tenerife for years. In theory, as it means the coast of Adeje, it encapsulates every resort from the municipality’s border at Veronicas in Playa de las Américas all the way to La Caleta as well as Playa Paraiso and Calleo Salvaje beyond.
Ironically, the strip of bars and clubs that has earned the whole of Tenerife a bit of a reputation over the years only covers a small area of Playa de las Américas
You don’t have to dig very deep to find comedy gold at Treasure Island in Playa de Las Americas. There’s musical mayhem and shocks in frocks as Bitter & Twisted go on a musical rampage through some of the great female singers’ big numbers.
We all know that Playa de las Américas and Costa Adeje are the cabaret capitals of the island. There’s no arguing with the fact that karaoke and second hand Rod Stewarts and Tina Turners pull in the punters. But what about bars on Tenerife where you can listen to good original music and musicians who play like they’ve sold their soul to the Devil?
Ray Charles, Pink Floyd, and Adele are hardly the usual tribute act fare for Tenerife but History the new in-house show for the Magma Arte & Congresos centre in Playa de Las Americas is hardly a standard tribute show.
In 2003 Santiago Calatrava’s magnificent Auditorio de Tenerife was opened, and a new age in Tenerife’s cultural life began. It immediately became the home of the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra, which until than had struggled with inadequate acoustics in the Teatro Guimerá.