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Sights in La Palma, an island in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The old name of the island is San Miguel De la Palma. In 2002, the island was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. It is the greenest island of all in the group. Its area is 708 kmĀ². The island of La Palma offers a lot of variety and beauty.

In addition to mountain landscapes, volcanoes and greenery, there are many banana plantations, and the town of Tazacorte and Los Llanos, where most of the photos at the beginning are from, offer a very pleasant atmosphere and variety. The rest at the end are from Puerto de Puntagorda, where rock caves can be seen, which, as before, are still used by the locals. Separately, the motley of the rocks. The island of La Palma (La Palma) is the greenest of the beautiful Canary Islands. It is relatively small and has almost intact vegetation, unlike Fuerteventura and Lanzarote.

Pine forests prevail here, which give the island an irresistible charm. The local population is engaged in the cultivation of bananas, grapes, potatoes and olives. In addition to its indescribably beautiful beaches, the island of La Palma is also famous for being home to the largest boat in the world. With its diameter of 9 km. and a depth of up to 1,800 m.

The Caldera del Taburiente is a truly impressive sight that makes it worth planning your trip now. It is no coincidence that it and its surroundings have been declared a national reserve bearing the same name. Thanks to its natural endowment, La Palma was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2002. Bookmark and Share

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The island of La Palma is distinguished from the rest of the Canary Islands by the incredible natural landscapes that are found against the background of lush and dense vegetation. There are superb beaches and the water is crystal clear.

Even those who do not wish to bathe in the sea can have fun here, as the island offers enough attractions. You can relax on the beautiful beaches, walk to the national park, see the largest boat in the world, see the local sights and get to know the local customs. In addition to being the richest in plants, the island also has the largest freshwater reservoir among the other Canary Islands.

La Palma rises on a plinth about 4000 m high, and its appearance is due to underwater volcanic eruptions. At the highest point in La Palma, Mount Roque de los Muchachos, is the largest astrophysical observatory in the entire Northern Hemisphere. Some scientists even believe that the Canary Island is the highest on the entire planet.

The capital of La Palma is San Miguel de La Palma, named after the old name of the island. It was once an important port center, and today it attracts visitors from all over the world with its unspoiled waterfront district, which is home to many Renaissance buildings and picturesque houses. Among the architectural landmarks of the capital are the Plaza Santo Domingo square, the Church of El Salvador, which dates from 1503 and contains true masterpieces of Gothic carving, as well as the City Hall from 1569, built in the Italian Renaissance style. The island of La Palma is suitable for a more relaxed holiday. Here, life flows gently, there is no rush to get anywhere. The local population is mainly engaged in rural tourism and crop production.

The island is ideal for couples who come here to spend a few days filled with romance. Among the greenery of La Palma are located two resorts - Puerto Naos, which is located in the west and has unusually black fine sand, and Los Canjajos, which has spread to the east.

With its beautiful nature and historical sights, the island of La Palma ranks among the world's most elite resorts. Eternal summer reigns here, and even in winter the temperature does not fall below 22 degrees Celsius.

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