El Hierro


Kayak and Paddle Surf

The Route of the Volcanoes is one of the most popular hiking routes on the island and also one of the most beautiful. Remember: you are in the paradise of hiking. The third stage of the GR 131 runs for 31 kilometres and it will take you a little more than 8 hours to complete it, although there are shorter variations. Never before have you felt so much energy. Let yourself be carried away by the force that emanates from the earth, from those sleeping volcanoes full of beauty.


Sunset in the
Orchilla Lighthouse

Santa Cruz de La Palma is the capital of the island, located in the east of La Isla Bonita. It is a beautiful city with a seafaring tradition with valuable civil and religious buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries, which have earned it the status of an Asset of Cultural Interest, in the category of Historic-Artistic Site. A walk along its cobbled Calle Real and its Avenida Marítima, while the sea breeze caresses our faces, are two good experiences to live in La Palma. And don't forget about shopping, you'll find original shops with unique products!


Punta Grande

La Palma has an interesting and rich past, a past of benahoaritas, as its inhabitants were called. Get to know its culture, history and traditions in the Belmaco Archaeological Park, located in Villa de Mazo. Trust us, it is one of the best things to do in La Palma if you like history.


The Viewpoint of Las Playas

On Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings, Puntagorda is filled with visitors eager to purchase fresh and lovingly cultivated produce from their land. It is the Puntagorda Market, in the Fayal, an area of great beauty and great taste that you have to see in La Palma, without excuses.


The Hermitage of Nuestra

Señora de Los Reyes

In the Parque Natural de la Dehesa is the hermitage of Nuestra Señora de los Reyes the patron saint of the island, consolation and veneration of the Herreño people. Its white walls in the grove, its cisterns for those who come thirsty, the caves that surround its room and the mist that passes make this a magical place. The story goes that the Virgin of the Kings miraculously supplied rainwater to the inhabitants of Herreño in one of the worst times of drought lived on the island. Since then, every four years and in her honour, the Bajada de la Virgen de los Reyes (Descent of the Virgin of the Kings), the island's most popular festival, has been celebrated.