Discover wonderful, natural attractions

La Palma holidays lie to the north west of the Canary Islands. La Palma is a quiet, peaceful island and one of the most scenic, with dramatic ravines, sweet smelling pine covered mountains, evergreen forests, thriving vineyards and banana plantations.

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Low key with unspoilt natural beauty

It’s no wonder locals call it La Isla Bonita – the beautiful island. The island is also home to the world’s largest volcano. Late deals to La Palma offer unspoilt natural beauty and are an ideal destination for those in search of relaxation and a chance to explore the nature and architecture. The town of Fuencaliente on the southern most tip of La Palma is home to seven volcanoes and is the major wine producing area. The Caldera de Taburiente is the largest volcanic crater and a trip to the National Park is a must see.

Throughout La Palma are wonderful natural attractions including Cueva Belmacoa which is a cave that contains prehistoric engravings and the primeval laurel forest named the valley of Los Tilos. There are two main tourist destinations in La Palma; Puerto Naos in the west is the sunniest resort on the island. Puerto Naos is an original fishing village which boasts the longest beaches on the island where you find striking black volcanic sand which runs 500m along the coastline

Cancajos in the east has the liveliest nightlife on the island, which is relatively low key compared to the other Canary Islands. Puerto De Tazacorte is another hidden gem with plenty of secluded sandy coves to relax under the warm sun. Throughout any holiday to La Palma you will find an abundance of water sports from jet skiing, windsurfing and pedalos to snorkelling, banana rides and parasailing.

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT -0

Population: Approx 87000

Religion: Roman Catholic



The stunning resort of Fuencaliente is an all-year-round holiday destination that attracts all kinds of holiday makers, especially nature lovers, walkers, hikers and bird watchers.

Los Cancajos

Cancajos holidays offer relaxation with stunning, tranquil scenery. Cancajos is the main tourist resort on the island of La Palma but has kept its charm and is still not too commercialised.

Enjoy a mix of local culture

No holiday to La Palma would be complete without a trip to the capital Santa Cruz with its lively port, preserved 16th century colonial architecture and palm tree lined cobbled streets filled with small gift shops and charming pavement cafes. Santa Cruz has an abundance of cultural history, housing fascinating museums with impressive art collections.

One of the most engaging activities to enjoy on late deals to La Palma is dolphin or whale watching which departs from the port in Tazacorte and is extremely popular with visitors. Holidays in La Palma have been increasingly popular for outdoor pursuits such as horse riding, mountain biking, bird watching and hiking due to is year round tropical climate. Lush green forest and rugged coastal paths with well developed hiking trails pass through quaint rural villages and spectacular scenery.

Throughout La Palma is an abundance of harbour front seafood restaurants, traditional and international restaurants as well as tapas bars. One of La Palma specialities are churros de pescado – crispy fishcakes coated in a salty batter- and sancocho de pescado, which is a slow cooked salty fish with vegetables and potatoes.

The Spanish feel is very prominent with evenings revolving around dining out and enjoying drinks in the tapas bars. There are some discos and bars but most people tend just to relax when enjoying last minute holidays to La Palma. There is a wide selection of accommodation in La Palma from simple self caterings, bed and breakfast guest houses, luxury all inclusive hotels and private villas. There is something to suit every need and budget on your holiday to La Palma. Book cheap late deals to La Palma online here at

Places to Visit

Los Tilos

Head for the north east of the island and to this small but delightful sub tropical rainforest. Here you’ll find hundreds of different plant species, some indigenous to this area.

Roque de Los Muchachos

Take a trip to the highest point on the island, Roque de Los Muchachos lies 2,500 metres above sea level and offers unrivaled views over the island. Follow trails carved over the years by locals as they cross from one side of the island to the other.

Glass Bottomed Catamaran

Set sail along the coast looking at the beauty both above and below sea level. Stop off for lunch and a swim before heading out to entice the dolphins to play alongside the boat. Don’t forget your camera on this one!