Do you know La Palma? The incomparably beautiful island in the paradisiacal Canary archipelago. Let yourself be seduced by its charms and its people and enjoy the perfect experience of an intimate, familiar and active island whose main objective is to enchant the visitor who dares to immerse himself in its essence.
You have many reasons to come and spend a few days here. It is not only known for its beauty, but also because it has straight connections with the universe, so it is also called the island of the stars. Nowadays, La Palma is the most privileged place for astronomical observation due to its cleanliness, purity and little light pollution. The cleanest skies in the world! (The Spanish Government approved the Law on Protection of the Astronomical Quality of the Observatories of the IAC on October 31, 1988).
Main route: Experience S / C de La Palma, a long-standing and beautiful city, featured by the Real St. that cross the whole city through balconies, cobblestones and architecture. Visit the heart/driving force city of the island, Los Llanos de Aridane and enjoy its essence, its streets and its people. There, you will find one of the largest tourist areas on the island, Puerto Naos, which together with Charco Verde, are two beaches awarded with the Blue Flag. On this route you can also visit the city of El Paso, located in the center of the island, which is home to the Caldera de Taburiente National Park and is featured by being the city of the silk. You can also visit Breña Alta, a town that borders the capital, a town that runs from the coast to the mountain, featured by the Bajamar beach and the craftwork of cigar also known as “puro palmero”.
South route: Feel the town of Villa de Mazo, featured by its black sand beaches and coves and its handcrafted, gastronomic, cultural, archaeological and natural legacy. Also, the town of Fuencaliente de La Palma, which houses the Fuente Santa, a future hot spring spa distinguished for its volcanic nature. Place of wines and vineyards and featured by its Salinas, located on the coast, that next to the Marine Reserve, create an incomparable display.
North route: Know the town of Puntallana, a traditional, fertile and rural place. It is home to authentic landscapes of laurel forests and green areas next to deep ravines that will not leave you indifferent. In this town, you can find the Nogales beach, one of the most exotic coasts of the island. In this area you can also visit San Andrés y Sauces, featured by the cultivation of yams. There you can explore the forest of Los Tilos, Reserve of the Biosphere, a beautiful display of laurel forest. As a recommended route, the water source of Marcos y Corderos is a unique experience between natural tunnels and water. In this area of the island you can also visit Barlovento, a northern town highlighted by its green landscape, its rugged coastline, its rural environment, its natural beauty and its peace.
Route of the Roque: Discover Roque de Los Muchachos, the highest point of the island where the sky and the earth, astronomy and nature converge with the stars. From here you can enjoy stunning landscapes of La Caldera de Taburiente. The Astrophysical Observatory of Roque de Los Muchachos (ORM), located at 2,420 meters in the town of Villa de Garafía, is one of the most complete complexes of telescopes in the world. The most northern town of the island is the Villa de Garafía. Gifted with a rural, impressive, beautiful and, at the same time, relaxing landscape, it also has good trails and is a great example of rural tourism. Visit Puntagorda, the almond blossom town par excellence. It offers beautiful and steep ravines, as well as impressive views and a very relaxing landscape together with a rural architecture.