H10 Taburiente Playa

A couple of minutes’ walk from the black-sand beach, H10 Taburiente Playa is a great base for exploring coastal trails and coves. And when you get back, sink into either of the hotel’s two swimming pools, which enjoy breathtaking ocean views. There are three bars on-site, and the buffet restaurant serves up tasty breakfast and dinners. The hotel also features a sauna and massage treatments for restful days.Rooms are comfortable and come with a choice of views, from mountain views to partial views of the sea. Balconies and air-conditioning are included as standard.

Overview of Los Cancajos, La Palma

On the coast of the smallest Canary Island, La Palma, Los Cancajos is a tranquil get away. Boasting a Blue Flag beach with soft, black sand, and waters alive with sea life, it’s a great spot for snorkelling and scuba diving. The resort has a real chilled-out vibe, and Los Cancajos’ main strip features a good mix of bars, restaurants and shops, all easy to reach thanks to the resort being so compact. The picturesque cobbled streets of La Palma’s capital, Santa Cruz, are just a 10-minute bus ride away. Great for a day of cafes, boutiques and stylish bars and restaurants.

Things to do in Los Cancajos, La Palma

Rest and relaxation is what it’s all about in Los Cancajos. Head down to the resort’s black sands and bask in the sun on a sunlounger while the kids splash in the shallow waters. Arrange a dive at Fuencaliente, a 30-minute drive down the coast, where the waters are swimming with parrotfish and trumpet fish. If you’re looking for a culture fix during your stay at the H10 Taburiente Playa, head to the island’s capital, Santa Cruz. You’ll find Spanish architecture and an art gallery showcasing contemporary works by Canarian artists. Discover a quieter side to the Canary Islands when you book your holidays to La Palma, the perfect destination for family-friendly holidays.

Resort Summary

Just south of the of capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma, lies the cluster of hotels, restaurants and bars that make up Los Cancajos. This resort is relatively new and tends to be popular with families looking for a more chilled out vibe for their holiday. The enclosed beaches provide safe areas for children to play and the lack of bars and nightclubs allows for a good night’s sleep.

Due to its proximity to the capital, Los Cancajos is the main beach area and seaside town for the Santa Cruz. With all the convenience of a beach resort – restaurants, bars, grocery stores, a children’s play area – it attracts both day trippers and tourists, and its small size means it’s easy to navigate.

Along the main street in the town centre you’ll find an assortment of tapas bars, with friendly owners serving fresh fish dishes and local wine. Towards the seafront there’s a well-stocked promenade, lined with restaurants and palm trees. It’s only a 10-minute drive from the airport too.