All of the Canary Islands are dramatic and beautiful but in the north west of the archipelago lies La Palma – smaller, quieter, less visited and amazingly green. It is also known as la isla bonita because of its exuberant forests and natural beauty. It differs from the rest by being the only one to have small rivers. Its immense, abyss-like crater, in the centre of the island, is the largest of its kind in the world. Outside the crater are ancient laurel forests as dense as a jungle. The island is now listed as an UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. We visit hidden hamlets and pretty villages on our walks and come across many unusual and exotic looking plants such as Canary foxglove and Canary bellflower. Our family run hotel is surrounded by gardens with wonderful panoramic views of both sea and mountains.
£1,200 Half Board based on sharing twin room.
Single Supplement £100