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Want to explore without the confines and expense of a ship tour?
Then Tour Las Palma by coach from harbour - from Cruise, walk out of harbour, turn left and walk 200m to BP garage. On same side by cafe take the 300 service (hourly...More
The harbour area is a working port with ferries, ships and cruise liners
Large free car park and a promenade along the front which is
The area itself is t that spectacular head into town and wander the streets instead
The area was pleasant with lots of cafes and bars the ship seemed a little out of place at the end of the plaza, but those who visited it said that it was enjoyable. Cross,over the road and go,up,the hill to the small 'folly' fort...More
Only little but worth spending £4.5 as you can find lots of interesting informations. Inside the boat there is some information about discovering la Palma and Naval roads and after you done with bit of learning you free to go on the top of the...More
The back streets are very pretty and worth a visit, You should get there early as the shops close for siesta. Lots of little bars and restaurants to experience traditional Spanish paella at reasonable prices.
We walked an hour from our hotel along the coast to Santa Cruz. There is no seafront to speak of, it is more akin to a building site and very ugly.
The main avenue with all the shops is interesting and worth stopping at a...More