Visit La Palma After The Volcano Eruption
La Palma, located on the northern part of Canary Islands, has been the focus of attention due to the volcano eruption that started in September 2021 and was active for almost four months. As of today, life goes on as normal in most of the island, with the exception of some areas that were affected by lava and ashes. “La Isla Bonita” (the Pretty Island), as it is known in Spain, is as beautiful as ever and tourism is thriving again.
La Palma has one of the most spectacular natural spaces in the Canary Islands, Caldera de Taburiente. This Natural Park offers a great number of hiking trails, and each one will show you a completely different side of La Palma. Walking through dense forests with giant ferns or looking into spectacular, deep canyons is an amazing way to discover the island’s heart.
La Palma, which is certified as a Starlight Reserve, is one of the best places in the world to contemplate the stars. Scientists from all around the world come to the island to study the solar system and beyond, thanks to the powerful telescopes at the Roque de los Muchachos Astrophysical Observatory. You can book stargazing tours to enjoy night photography and panoramic routes at lapalmastars.com