Top nature escapes in La Palma
Move over Madonna – it’s La Palma that’s earned the nickname ‘La Isla Bonita’. As the greenest island in the Canaries, and with volcanic beaches, laurel forests and towering peaks, it’s no wonder UNESCO has designated it as a Biosphere Reserve.
La Palma’s relatively small size makes touring the various natural sites a breeze. Once you see the national parks, jungle-like forests of dense foliage, abandoned black sand beaches and natural rock pools surrounded by torrents of crashing waves, you’ll be glad you made the effort.
If you’re looking for a nature escape in La Palma, the beauties on this list should do the trick.