A beautiful circular tour through the town centre, alternating interesting sites with traditional architecture and gastronomic tastings.
One of the last places in Europe to work silk in the traditional way. It also houses an exhibition of the Silk Route.
Immerse yourself in the world of the pre-Hispanic aborigines and visit the Rock Carvings stations of El Paso.
Caldera de Taburiente
Visit the heart of La Palma, the impressive Caldera de Taburiente National Park, a spectacle for nature lovers.
Viewpoint of La Cumbrecita
La Cumbrecita is one of the most frequented places on the island, where you will be able to take a stroll over the rim of the national park, with beautiful panoramic views.
Reach the summit and enjoy the spectacular views of the Caldera de Taburiente, the Aridane Valley, and the Route of the Volcanoes.
Punta de los Roques
In the middle of the Bastón Route rises this peak with impressive views that provides the hiker with a mountain refuge.
Cumbre Nueva Mountain Ridge
Walk along the spine of La Palma while you enjoy splendid views of both slopes of the beautiful island.
Route of the Volcanoes
Hike among volcanoes in a lunar landscape that stretches along the spine of La Palma and offers spectacular views of both sides of the island.
Roque de los Muchachos
Reach the highest point of the island through one of the most modern telescope complexes in the world and take a walk bordering the abyss of the caldera.
Viewpoint Llano del Jable
During the day it offers beautiful views of the Aridane Valley and at night it becomes an ideal place for astronomical observations.
An imposing volcano with a beautiful silhouette from which you can enjoy a great view of the Cumbre Nueva, the Aridane Valley and the Route of the Volcanoes.
Pino de la Virgen
Admire the oldest Canary pine tree in the world, located beside a charming chapel framed in a picturesque landscape.
Llano de Las Cuevas
Explore an agricultural plain of great beauty crossed by numerous paths inviting you to take a stroll and enjoy the surroundings.
Coladas de San Juan
Walk through one of the youngest lava flows in Spain, lush pine forests and vineyards on a pleasant loop trail.
Peña del Diablo
Discover a magical place once inhabited by the aborigines and overlooked by an imposing rock of huge dimensions.
Immerse yourself into the world of the aborigines by visiting the largest concentration of pre-Hispanic huts in the Canary Islands.
San Nicolás de Bari
Visit this Little church located in the neighbourhood of Las Manchas, declared as an Asset of Cultural Interest in the category of monument.
There are over 1,000 kilometres of trails awaiting you, running through a myriad of landscapes in an environment declared as a biosphere reserve.
Where to eat?
Traditional delicacies and a daring international cuisine await you.