It's really hard to answer this question. We have to admit!
Basically … you have to visit the whole island!
But, as you probably do not have "all the time of the world" and we do not want you to get stressed or to go around the island in a hurry, we are detailing the so-called “La Palma musts”
The capital, Santa Cruz de La Palma. That small, fairy-tale and charming seaside town
The Los Tilos laurel forest, real symbol of the lush greenery of the island
The La Fajana seawater natural swimming pools
El Tablado in Villa de Garafía, a fairy-tale small village
The farmers' market in Puntagorda on Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings. You will discover a world of flavour
The El Time viewpoint, offering superb panoramic views over the Aridane valley
Puerto de Tazacorte, breathtakingly beautiful sunsets
Beaches on the coast of Los Llanos de Aridane (Puerto Naos and Charco Verde)
The Caldera de Taburiente national park, in El Paso, La Palma's hidden gem
Volcanoes in Fuencaliente, symbol of the natural energy of La Palma
Mazo and its steep cobbled streets, the Cigar Museum in Breña Alta or Los Cancajos beach will complete this (remember it) short list (there are many more attractions) on La Palma
Just enjoy your stay on La Palma and soak up some of the very special energy of this island