La Palma (San Miguel de La Palma) is part of the Canary Islands archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean. La Palma is close to El Hierro and Lanzarote, recognized as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, an example of this is that because of its flora and fauna, La Palma has the nickname of La Isla Bonita and La Isla Verde.
The island can be reached by plane, via the airport of La Palma is located some ten kilometers from the capital, or boat counting the Port of Santa Cruz de La Palma.
How to get around the island
It’s best to mobilize in La Palma is to use the bus service as it has routes that cover most of the island or rent a car, even if we rush to transport lines have several taxi services.
What to see
Among the main attractions of La Palma we mainly natural areas such as the National Park Caldera, the same that has mountains over 2400 meters high and several craters Natural Park Las Nieves, the same as in its more than five thousand hectares is home to a diverse biological wealth, the Teneguía volcano, part of the route of the volcanoes of La Palma also found near the Valley of Aridane.
Other recommended destinations to include in our itinerary to La Palma are Todoque Cave and the Roque de los Muchachos.
A part of the festivities of Christmas, Epiphany and Easter, La Palma has its own festivals such as the Festival of Almond Blossom Puntagorda and Agricultural Fair of San Antonio del Monte Garafia.
One of the main attractions are its beaches La Palma as the most popular given to the following: Charco Verde Beach, Beaches of the Llanos, Puerto Naos beach, Playa Los Cancajos and Playa Charco Azul.