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N +28º 34' 56.24" / W -17º 54' 32.75"
Designated a Biosphere Reserve by Unesco, La Palma is located in the north east of the archipelago of the Canary Islands. It is 706 km2 and is home to a wide variety of landscapes and offers the possibility to enjoy an unbeatable holiday.
The island’s spring-like climate throughout the year and its tranquillity ensure a wonderful stay whichever month you visit.
The Caldera de Taburiente National Park, Los Tilos Laurel Forest, the volcano tour finishing at the Volcano of Teneguia, which was the last to erupt in Spain and the Canary islands, the traditional architecture, the Arte Flamenco XVII, the volcanic sandy beaches, the mountain peaks such as the Roque de Los Muchachos or the starry nights make the little Isla de la Palma a world of contrasts.