Discover the best places in La Palma to live and enjoy a unique experience on the Isla Bonita.
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Paradisiacal beaches, starry skies, ancient forests, authentic villages and, in short, Nature in its purest form. A town that has managed to preserve its traditions, making La Palma an authentic and unusual place. In addition, its mild climate lives up to the famous "eternal spring" that reigns in the Canary Islands, with an average temperature of 24ºC (75ºF). For all this, and much more, a trip to the Isla Bonita is a great decision, whatever the time of year.
The areas with the highest concentration of hotels on the island are located in the town of Los Cancajos and in the capital, Santa Cruz. However, La Palma has other options such as an extensive network of holiday homes, small fully equipped houses, many of them with small gardens. Accommodation to suit all tastes, according to each type of trip. Because on the Isla Bonita everyone find their place.
Where to eat
To visit La Palma is to soak up its culture, its traditions, its nature, its customs, and also its flavours. Its gastronomy is based on its raw materials, its products, which are naturally available: fruit and vegetables, with an outstanding place for bananas, mangoes and avocados, nuts, goat's cheese, fish, wines... Extensive banana plantations occupy a large part of its territory, almond trees in the northwest and vineyards, especially around Fuencaliente.
The climate and nature are so characteristic of the Isla Bonita that they provide exceptional resources that are the protagonists of each and every one of its dishes. La Palma's food is tasty, affordable and plentiful, and you have to enjoy it and dedicate the time it deserves. There are many ways to discover La Palma, and one of them is with the palate. A delight for the senses in every mouthful.