Playa de Troya

  • Playa de Troya - Spain
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This caramel-coloured stretch of sand sits in Tenerife’s Costa Adeje area, just a two-minute stroll along the coast from the loud and lively Playa de las Americas

With its soft sands, calm waters and plentiful facilities, this beach has a Blue Flag tick to its name. On the facilities front, you’ll find showers, toilets, umbrellas and sunloungers to name just a few. There’s good disabled access too, and lifeguards are on patrol to keep beachgoers safe.

And if you like your beach days to be more on the lively side, there’s a whole heap of watersports available to try out, including jet-skiing, parasailing and paddleboarding. 

When it comes to keeping fed and watered, you’ll be spoilt for choice here. There are loads of local bars and restaurants along the edge of the sands, and if you’re looking for familiar fast-food joints, you’ll find these just a couple of minutes’ walk away towards Playa de Las Americas.

A word to the wise too - this place is packed with tourists year-round, and especially during the summer months. While it’s slightly quieter than its neighbour, there are still plenty of people here, so it’s one to avoid if you’re not a fan of the crowds. 

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Playa de las Américas

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