La Palma Vacations
From La Palma, Marbella is 930 miles (1497 kilometers) to the northeast from here while Agadir, Morocco is about 510 miles (821 kilometers) to the east.
If you love nature and wildlife, visit Cumbre Vieja and Caldera de Taburiente National Park, two protected habitats where outdoor types like to spend time on a fine day. Walk through the parks and go birdwatching, before having lunch or a drink in the parks’ beautiful environs.
At the end of the day visit one of the nearby beaches such as Puerto Naos Beach and Tazacorte Beach and take pleasure in the setting sun. These are two examples of the attractive beaches along the coastline.
If you're in need of a green oasis don’t miss San Antonio Volcano or the popular Teneguia Volcano. These are just two of the excellent green havens that families can check out in and around La Palma.
Lighthouses are often wild, evocative places; the Fuencaliente Lighthouse on the La Palma coast is one such place. To discover more about the beacon’s past and those stalwart souls who kept its light shining bright, enquire at the local visitors center for tour times and further information.
The Roque de los Muchachos Observatory is the ideal attraction to finish your explorations into this fascinating city.