Nicknamed La Isla Bonita, La Palma is the greenest of the Canary Islands. Today we will discover the most spectacular corners.
La Palma is, after El Hierro, the westernmost island of the Canary archipelago. Despite not being too big or too populous, has an airport in which some companies offer flights from Barcelona, Madrid and other major cities. Its great charm is its natural diversity, and for the moment, low tourist exploitation.
If you love nature, you cannot miss the Bosque de los Tilos. Located in San Andrés y Sauces, this forest, a laurel of the Tertiary period, similar to that we saw in La Gomera, has been declared World Biosphere Reserve. Ideally, make a walking trail through this idyllic forest, that takes us to a primitive time, enjoy some amazing scenery and walk in an environment that is beyond compare.
With respect to the beaches, La Palma has a number of beautiful beaches, which are entering the of Puerto Naos, Charco Verde, Los Guirres, Tazacorte, or probably most spectacular of them all, the Beach Nogales, a wild beach black sand which is accessible only on foot, located in the northeast of the island, and visited by surfers because of the quality of its waves.