Canary Islands - La Palma (PDF Chapter)
This is the La Palma chapter from Lonely Planet’s Canary Islands guidebook.
La Palma, the greenest of the Canarian islands, offers the chance to experience real, un-spoiled nature – from the verdant forests of the north, where lush vegetation drips from the rain-forest canopy; to the desertscapes of the south, where volcanic craters and twisted rock for-mations define the views.
- gaze deep into the Milky Way from the world-class stargazing spot of Roque de los Muchachos
- take an evening stroll through the historic streets of picturesque Santa Cruz de la Pal-ma
- hike into the natural wonderland of Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Santa Cruz de la Palma, Southern La Palma, Villa de Mazo, Parque Ecológico de Belmaco, Fuencaliente, Central La Palma, Los Cancajos, El Paso, Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente, Los Llanos de Aridane, Puerto Naos, Northern La Palma, San Andrés, Los Tiles, Barlovento, Parque Cultural La Zarza.
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