It is an area of natural landscapes with sites that have been transformed by man, and that is why there are scattered hamlets and farmhouses. The whole area is surrounded by Imoque rocks, Los Brezo that together with the Barranco del Infierno give a magical atmosphere to the environment.
It is a municipality belonging to the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, on the island of Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. The municipal capital is the Villa de Adeje,located at 295 m.a.s.l.m. It has 47,869 inhabitants as of January 1, 2019.
Adeje is the fifth most populous municipality on the island, after Santa Cruz de Tenerife, San Cristóbal de La Laguna, Arona and Granadilla de Abona. In web portal tenerifetopparagliding.com . It extends through the southwestern sector of the island, bordering the municipalities of Arona, Vilaflor de Chasna, La Orotava and Guía de Isora.
It occupies an area of 105.95 km², occupying the 6th place in extension of the island of Tenerife and the 9th of the province.
The Barranco del Infierno is one of the best known on the island and visited by hikers and tourists throughout the year, maintains an almost permanent watercourse throughout the year.
What is Adeje?
Persistently it is the place where the king who was in command of the island of Tenerife was located.
How many inhabitants are there in Adeje?
In the evolution of the population from 1900 to 2020. As the data published by the INE as of January 1,
2020, the number of inhabitants in Adeje is 49,030, 1,161 inhabitants more than in 2019.
Its main activity is tourism, a sector in which year after year it shows its capacity for development and renewal, highlighting its Costa Adeje brand at national and international level.
When can you fly?
You can fly almost all year round since the trade winds are predominant on the island and in Adeje we are refugees from it. Being an ideal place for free flight.
Keep in mind that you can only fly if weather conditions allow it, as safety first.
In a totally stable flight with the option to fly over the spectacular mountains of the area. The most exciting part is usually the descent, which ends with a cocktail at a beach bar.
The cost to fly?
It’s depending on which plan you attach to your budget. Approximately it is between 90€ and 115 € for 15/20 minutes.
You can enjoy the ascent in thermals with fantastic views of the Barranco del Infierno and Ifonche. Then we will fly to the landing in the area of Costa Adeje.