La Palma Online Guide

Travel Preparations Read more...

Trade winds and extreme differences in altitude define the climate on the island of eternal spring.

Peak season for La Palma vacationists is winter, however especially spring and summer offer pleasant and mild temperatures for a stay on the island.

Going out on La Palma Read more...

Find detailed information about wine and other producers of the island here: Bodegas and Local Producers.

 

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Eating out - tapas, taverns, fine dining, bars and cafés in La Palma.

Download the Restaurant Guide for free through Google Play Store on your smartphone!

The typical Palmerian cuisine is rather simple and down to earth but tasty and filled with local ingredients.

Very popular are Tasca tapas (delicious snacks), seafront fish & seafood restaurants as well as "Parrillas" with specialties from the grill.

Surprisingly there are also some fine dining restaurants. There you will find select wines and a variety of vegetarian dishes.

 

Read our restaurant recommendations in the e-paper version!

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Here: Guide.La-Palma.Travel/en

The Guide comes in a handy format  and make it easy for you on trips to always discover a great place nearby.

It is also available in all tourist offices.

Some of the most beautiful places oft he island can only be explored by foot Read more...

The best way to discover the breathtaking landscape of La Palma is on foot.

More than 1000 kilometre of hiking trails lead through spectacular sites of natural beauty, originating from the vigorous power of fire-spitting volcanoes. 

La Palma - a fertile garden Read more...

Besides the native Flora there are lots of imported and introduced plant species like the almond- and chestnut tree and hardly to overlook - the banana plant.

Far out in the Atlantic Ocean on the Canary Island plants have survived unlike at other places in the world, some even became extinct during the ice age.

Whether you find yourself on the south or north side of La Palma, the vegetation varies at different places and altitudes.

The fauna on the „isla bonita“ Read more...

Due to different ages and geographic positions each island of the Canary archipelago not only shows differences in their flora, but also in their fauna.

Due to different ages and geographic positions each island of the Canary archipelago not only shows differences in their flora, but also in their fauna.  

La Palma is the north-westernmost of all archipelagos, situated far in the Atlantic Ocean. And although it may not appear so at a first glance, La Palma has a species-rich fauna.

Partially some endemic subspecies have developed, which only exist on the Canaries and some of them only on a particular island and even in a very restricted area.

Native Inhabitants of the isla bonita

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Place of Interest – Beaches – Activities

Attractions

Museums, Miradores (viewpoints) and special places on the island, waiting to be discovered by you…

La Palma Beaches

The beaches of La Palma with their black, volcanic sand have their own unique charm.

Activities

Experience nature on this unique Canary Island close-up!

Shopping & Services

The Canary Island La Palma offers all epicures many delicacies like e.g. wine and cheese…

Shops, market halls, farmer's markets, organic food...

Tourist offices, bus stops, post offices, town halls and more public institutions are found in this section.

Useful Information Read more...

Gas stations, banks, cash dispenser (ATM), doctors and pharmacies, internet an recycling on the Island La Palma.