In Tenerife

La Palma Island – South

Departure from the Los Cristianos pier, on board the ferry that will take us to La Palma. Once in La Palma, departure from Santa Cruz de la Palma pier, crossing the capital in the direction of the Royal Sanctuary of Our Lady the Virgin of Las Nieves, patron saint of the island of La Palma and the longest-lived Marian image in the Canarian archipelago. We’ll then take the island’s back road and head towards the municipality of El Paso, to La Cumbrecita viewpoint, where we’ll go for a walk and take in the impressive panoramic views of Caldera de Taburiente National Park – a veritable treasure trove of geological and biological diversity. From the outskirts of the Park, we’ll head to Tajuya, where we’ll stop and observe the new Cumbre Vieja volcano in all its majesty. We’ll then continue along the island’s western coast, where we’ll have lunch en route, before returning to the pier. If time permits, we’ll go for a stroll through Santa Cruz de La Palma, which was declared a historic-artistic site in the 1970s. We’ll definitely visit the pedestrianised Calle Real, the most iconic buildings such as the Town Hall, El Salvador Church, and the quintessential balconies along the avenue.


Coach, tour guide, boat, and lunch

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