A fin breaches the surface below the bows. Soon after there will be two, three, five.. All at once the fins turn into silver bullets, racing ahead along intertwining paths, refusing to let the boat overtake them. Below deck, a turmoil of clicking sounds and playful whistling: this is how an encounter with the island’s dolphins begins.
Puerto de Tazacorte, on the west coast of La Palma, is the island base for boat trips. In addition to the numerous caves and underwater ledges found along the island’s coasts, you also have the chance to see cetaceans, an extra bonus for all those in search of an unforgettable day at sea.
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Considered by many as the sunniest municipality of the island, Villa y Puerto de Tazacorte lies in the West. Very important, from the historical point of view, as it was the place where the conquest began, it forms the Valle de Aridane together with El Paso and Los Llanos de [...]
Black sand beach in the West of the island. Ideal place to eat fresh fish and admire breathtaking sunsets
Keeping watch on Tazacorte, Tijarafe counts with a significant scenic variety. It is home to one of the most traditional celebrations on the island (El Diablo, the Devil, in September) as well as to an important architectural heritage and a coastline so cliffy as beautiful