Welcome to La Palma
La Palma's trails take you past waterfalls and up to the island's peaks. Once you reach the top look up. The night sky is unforgettable.
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/What you have to see/
The Caldera de Taburiente National Park
A volcanic caldera formed millions of years ago
This vast park is dominated by water as it is full of streams and waterfalls that take your breath away. It's a circle of rocky peaks that surround a hill covered in dense pine forest and carved into deep valleys.
Santa Cruz de La Palma old town
A trip back in time
Walking through the capital is like stepping back into a bygone era. The magnificent old town is largely unchanged from its original colonial layout with manor houses and stone-paved streets. A lovely city with a maritime atmosphere that is perfect for a few days of relaxation.
Los Tilos Forest
Thick laurel forest
The millennial Tilos forest is one of the most important laurel forests in the Canary Islands. Here the trees and the clouds touch creating a magical atmosphere that envelops you as soon as you enter.
The Volcanoes Route
The heart of La Palma
This route was once an important connection between the different settlements in La Palma and toady is widely regarded as one of the world's most beautiful hikes. The colourful landscape is marked by strong contrasts between the green pine forest and the yellow flowers of the indigenous coraconcillo lotus flowers.The trail reaches a high point of 1,932 metres with views of the whole island.
An exotic, black sand beach
La Palma's most famous black sand beach and ideal for sunbathing, Get an alternative view by snorkelling over its stunning reefs or soar over the beach with a parasail. The beach front walkway has plenty of bars and restaurants and a hotel right by the sand.
Fuencaliente Salt Pans
White salt and black soil
A spectacular location with harsh contrasts between the white salt, the black volcanic soils and the deep blue sea but mellowed by the ochre tones of the evaporating seawater. Visitors can't fail to see the signs of recent volcanic eruptions.