Puerto de Tazacorte is the island base for boat trips. In addition to the numerous caves and underwater ledges found along the island's coasts, you also have the chance to see cetaceans, an extra bonus for all those in search of an unforgettable day at sea.
The Roque de los Muchachos Astrophysics Observatory
The Roque de los Muchachos Astrophysics Observatory in Garafía, at an altitude of 2,420 m above the sea level, is one of the most complete observatories in the world. Thanks to its all-year round dark and cloudless skies, La Palma has turned into one of the best sites in the world for the astrophysical observation.
Nogales beach is one of the most beautiful and unspoiled beaches of La Palma. A black sand beach accessed by stairs that run along the cliff walking to arrive. Once you get there you will find 450 meters long beach.
La Palma is a land rich in traditions, legends and customs; it is strongly influenced by agriculture and its seafaring tradition. That is why you can find many different museums, most visited are: Naval museum housed in a full-scale replica of the Santa Maria ship as sailed by Christopher Columbus, It's known locally as “El Barco de la Virgen” (the Virgin boat), The Tazacorte banana museum and Archeological park of Belmaco.
San Antonio and Teneguia Volcanoes
The last volcano, Teneguia, erupted as recently as 1971 an apart from the famous Volcano routes there is a Visitor´s Centre for the San Antonio Volcano, with a walk along the rim of the volcano.
Natural swimming pools at la Fajana
It consists of three natural sea water pools at Fajana, in the village of Barlovento in the north east coast of the island. They’ve been improved rather nicely.