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Tours, experiences and excursions in La Palma

La Palma is situated in the north-eastern corner of the archipelago and it belongs to the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. It has been the third Canary Island to be listed in the World Network of Biosphere Reserves. Here you can engage in numerous activities and visit wonderful places. The island is a strategic point for astronomical observatories and grants a unique view of the Milky Way. After a night spent watching the stars, planets and galaxies in the distant sky, you can enjoy a hiking tour in its lush evergreen forests, dive in its natural pools and waterfalls, participate to a whale and dolphin watching tour, experience a speleology adventure or visit its volcanoes.

Things to do and see in La Palma
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Guided tour: Timanfaya National Park and La Geria with pick-up

Half day excursion by bus to take the photos you should not miss on your visit to Lanzarote, Timanfaya National Park. In Timanfaya we will behold the …More

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Visit Bodegas Teneguía winery in La Palma with wine Tasting

Visit Bodegas Teneguía, one of the most awarded wineries of the Canary Islands, where you get to know more about winemaking in La Palma, besides being …More

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Private excursion in Lanzarote, minibus and guide available

Mass tourism is becoming a thing of the past, as today most visitors prefer private tours rather than group travel, so that they can choose their own …More

About La Palma

On the so called Isla Bonita, or Isla Verde for its lavish greenery, you can find the most charming places in Europe in just a few kilometres. Here you have wonderful mountains, ancient forests and majestic volcanoes like Teneguia or the famous Cumbre Vieja. La Palma is the ideal island for hiking lovers. Nature lovers can also bathe in its natural pools and the children can always find something new and exciting to learn, thanks to the presence of six different ecosystems, still untouched by mass tourism.

Due to its proximity to other Canary Islands, a day trip, by motor or sailing boat, to Tenerife, La Gomera or El Hierro - the smallest island of the archipelago - is recommended.