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The island

La Palma is the northernmost Canary Island and it belongs to the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. It stretches over 708 square kilometres and it has a population of more than 85,000 citizens. Split up in 14 municipalities, it offers a wide scenic and climatic diversity. Rough, beautiful, high, surprising, marvellous, spectacular…could easily be some of the adjectives which could justify its nickname: “pretty island”.

An island, ideal to get lost…


Santa Cruz de La Palma

The capital of the island lies in the East of the island and it is home to the only commercial port of the island. It is a small but cosy town which has been declared as a Cultural Asset (category: historic-artistic setting) To go for a walk along its cobbled streets and alleyways is an […]


Routes by car

On La Palma, bends are in charge. It couldn’t be otherwise on such a high island. The island’s roads therefore require precise drivers, lovers of drawing fine lines. Drivers who know how to transmit the engine’s hoarse demands to the gear box. Drivers who enjoy…driving.

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