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Los Indianos Festival (carnival)

Los Indianos Festival (carnival) – this event is one of the festivities celebrated every February as part of the overall Carnival festivities that take place throughout the Canary Islands. At this time of the year, thousands of locals dress head to toe in white and hit the streets to throw talcum powder at one another […]

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Puerto Naos (beach)

Puerto Naos (beach) – Puerto Naos is the biggest beach on the island of La Palma (located 55 minutes, or 38 km south-west of Santa Cruz). Well-known for the high quality of its services it has been flying a blue flag since 2007, making it one of the most important beaches on La Palma. It […]

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Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking (Cumbre Vieja) — just a few kilometers but well maximized, this route goes along forest tracks. This volcano route made for mountain biking starts at the recreational area in the Pilar shelter, toward the south central part of La Palma island. This is the start of a circular tour on tracks of volcanic […]

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Puerto de Tazacorte Beach

Puerto de Tazacorte Beach – located about an hour (37 km) west of Santa Cruz, this is considered one of the best beaches on the island. Made of black volcanic sand and fit for a bath practically during the whole year, it is ideal to spend a quiet day by the sea. It is surrounded […]

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Roque de los Muchachos Observatory

Roque de los Muchachos Observatory (Cuesta de San José, San Antonio 38712, Breña Baja) — his international collection of telescopes is situated over 2,400 m above sea-level, near the highest of the peaks surrounding the Caldera de Taburiente – an extinct volcano that is now a national park. The observatory is dedicated to astronomical observations, […]

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Los Tilos Forest

Los Tilos Forest — this forest is located in the northeast of La Palma near Los Sauces, 24km from the capital Santa Cruz. The forest has its own visitors’ center, which has themed rooms, videos and a cafeteria. In terms of exploring the forest there are some excellent self-guided walks to choose from, two of […]