La Palma Special

General data

Duration: 8 hours

Difficulty level: easy

Languages: German, English and Spanish

Some pictures of the tour


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A1. Fuencaliente. Princess Hotel / 08:20 (Google Maps)

A2. Santa Cruz de La Palma. Bus Stop line 500 direction south / 08:20 (Google Maps)

B. Los Cancajos. Beach Bus Stop / 08:25 (Google Maps)

C. Los Cancajos. Pharmacy Bus Stop / 08:30 (Google Maps)

D. Breña Baja. Parador Hotel (bus stop next to the entrance road of the hotel) / 08:35 (Google Maps)

E. Breña Alta. Baltavida / 08:40 (Google Maps)

F. El Paso. Bus Stop next to Visitor Center National Park of La Caldera de Taburiente / 09:00 (Google Maps)

G. El Paso. Celtas Bus Stop / 09:05 (Google Maps)

H. Los Llanos de Aridane. Bus Station / 09:20 (Google Maps)

I. Tazacorte. Next to the taxi stop / 09:15 (Google Maps)

J. Puerto Naos. Bus stop roundabout / 09:10 (Google Maps)

K. Puerto Naos. Sol Hotel. Bus stop / 09:05 (Google Maps)


Special La Palma

Get to know the island from its most beautiful side


The Mirador de El Time is an impressive watchtower from which you can see part of the Caldera de Taburiente, the Barranco de Las Angustias, the Aridante Valley, the coast of Tazacorte and the southwest of the island.


The Puntagorda market is the weekly meeting point in the northwest of La Palma, where farmers and artisans display their products. This market is located on the edge of a large pine forest and also has beautiful viewpoints and rest areas.


The northeast of the island is characterized by gorges, forests and an idyllic landscape. The ascent to Roque de Los Muchachos is done by a winding mountain road.


The Roque de Los Muchachos is a majestic place. In addition, it is one of the most important points in the world for astronomical observation. In fact, several of the most important telescopes are located there. From the summit at 2426 m altitude, when the weather is good, we can see the beautiful Caldera de Taburiente, the southern ridge of La Palma, known as the Route of the Volcanoes and some of the neighboring islands. We will also visit the Mirador de Los Andenes, one of the most emblematic viewpoints on the island.


To end the tour, we descend towards Santa Cruz de La Palma. A longer descent through a large pine forest takes us to the Mirador de La Concepción, which is the end of the excursion and from where we go to our starting point.


  • Comfortable clothing and suitable sturdy shoes and, if necessary, a jacket and rain protection
  • Sun protection and a cap or hat
  • Water and food for a day of hiking
  • Never deviate from the marked trails.
  • Mobile phone with sufficient battery
  • Emergency number in the Canary Islands: 112


  • We take additional health and safety measures in all of our services
  • All surfaces that our customers come into contact with are cleaned frequently
  • We will plan enough free seats in every bus to keep the safety distance
  • We will try to send a vehicle with twice the capacity of the contracted one so that the safety distances can be observed
  • Mask compulsory during the entire journey