Santa Cruz de la Palma
Declared a National Historic-Artistic Ensemble, Santa Cruz de la Palma is the capital of La Palma and, in addition to offering rich history and culture, boasts ample opportunity for visitors to practice hiking and see the island's varied landscape.
Roque de los Muchachos
Located just a few kilometers inland on La Palma is the mountain range Roque de los Muchachos. The La Palma, Canary Islands website states that Roque de los Muchachos is used as a world reference for astrophysics because of its modern observatory.
Caldera de Taburiente National Park
Caldera de Taburiente National Park is located in the middle of La Palma, featuring a crater with a diameter of eight kilometers and mountains that reach more than 2,000 kilometers in height. This area offers various hiking paths and overnight camping is available at Los Llanos-Los Brecitos.
Parque Natural de Las Nievas
Parque Natural de Las Nieves is the location of one of the latest populations of laurisilva, a group of local plant species that began to vanish from Europe during the Tertiary Era, in the Canary Islands.
Highlighted by its volcanic landscape, the Cumbre Vieja natural park is located in the southern region of La Palma and futures examples of laurisilva and Canary pine.
La Palma Beaches
The La Palma, Canary Islands website lists the following five beaches, which are all located close to Santa Cruz de la Palma, as being popular for visitors: Las Monjas, Martín Luis, Pelota Bayana, El Remo and Puerto Trigo.