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My husband and I visited this place last week during our stay on La Palma- we parked on the road before the visitors centre- be careful if park next to the cliff faces as a car did get hit by a rock- luckily a small...More
Our guide book told us we couldn’t get to los Tilos by bus. Well you can.
Take the bus from the Santa Cruz bus station to los sauces. It leaves at 15 minutes past the hour. Stay on the bus as it goes along a...More
This beautiful forest, which is easy to reach by car, offers you a wonderful break from the sun. Because of the height and all the lovely trees there is a lot of shade and (even in july) it is actually quite chilly (though the hiking...More
what more can one ask for? Start out at the Interpretative Center to get a sense of where you're at and what you can experience. Just down from that is a hike to a waterfall that is wonderful. It's a good trail that brings you...More
A walk through a lush, green forest, you can easily imagine you have gone back in time million of years. Beautiful views. We took the shortest path to Mirador Espigon Atravesad (about 5 km). The paths were in a good condition, but it's a relatively...More
The waterfall walk is now closed and the waterfall does not work currently. This is seasonal and it will reopen, not sure when. I didn't know that before coming here, only knew that the Marcos channels path is closed. I definitely recommend to call the...More
By the hut go up the path through the tunnel on the 2.8 km away view point. Amazing views (and good birds!). A spectacular walk in steep sided volcanic canyon. People are friendly. Take bread for the birds half way up by a notice board!...More
On an island with little running water, this was an easily accessible, delightful change - a walk alongside a water channel through short tunnels to a waterfall in the laurel forest, dripping with ferns. The information centre was interesting too.
Thanks for your answer, We did the walk and it was OK, just a bit steep in some places. When we did the final stone steps to the mirador I confess we felt a bit deflated. We didn't feel the view had the wow factor. But... More
Thanks for your answer, We did the walk and it was OK, just a bit steep in some places. When we did the final stone steps to the mirador I confess we felt a bit deflated. We didn't feel the view had the wow factor. But, speaking as an 81 year old, there was a feeling of "Good, we did it!"