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Hotels in La Palma

Hotels in La Palma

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Key Info

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Currency & Cost

The currency used in La Palma is the euro.

£10 = 1 meal in an inexpensive restaurant.

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Spanish.

Local Time

No time difference !

Frequently Asked Questions

La Palma is lovely and warm for most of the year, so there’s no bad time to visit. The peak time for tourists and temperatures is during the months of July, August and September, so book around then for a lively trip. If you’d prefer cooler days and quieter crowds, head across in the spring or the autumn, and you’ll get to experience a more laid-back pace of life.
There are plenty of family hotels in Puerto Naos. Located in the south-west of the island, the biggest of La Palma’s beaches features black, volcanic sand and calm, warm waters. Take a boating tour and marvel at the stunning coastline, or even try some night-time scuba diving.Couples might want to stay in a hotel in Los Cancajos, five kilometres from the airport on the east coast. This traditional fishing village is quiet and peaceful, and you can take a leisurely stroll along the beach promenade before enjoying a cocktail at one of the local bars.For a beach setting with added natural beauty, find a hotel in Puerto de Tazacorte. The beach is positioned at the mouth of a river, a tranquil location perfect for relaxation. There are plenty of restaurants and cafés in the area for refreshment.If you want to explore the volcanic caves of La Palma, stay in a hotel in Todoque. A qualified guide will take you through the Cueva de las Palomas, just over three kilometres south of the village, where you can observe the unusual lava tube formed after a volcanic eruption in 1949.To experience the full extent of La Palma’s biological diversity, find a hotel near Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente. Located in the middle of the island, the deep ravines, gushing waterfalls and thick pine woods are a sight to behold.

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