Bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, this small Spanish island is a hiking paradise. Named a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, with scenery dotted with volcanoes such as Teneguía or Cumbre Vieja, and always with the sea as a backdrop.
Start a tour of La Palma in the capital, Santa Cruz de La Palma. The charming colonial architecture is one of the most attractive features in this old fishing village, with its narrow cobbled streets and carved wooden balconies. Outside the city, hiking is the best way to explore the island's natural treasures. The best-known area on La Palma is the Caldera de Taburiente National Park. In the Los Tilos Forest the plants are extraordinarily exuberant, especially the giant ferns in Cubo de la Galga. Don’t miss taking a dip in the Charco Azul, a collection of large natural pools. The Mirador del Roque de los Muchachos is the highest point on the island and offers stunning panoramic views you will never forget.
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