Those „very La Palma corners“ (Part 1)

Those „very La Palma corners“ (Part 1)

There are corners on La Palma that are more than that. Corners that we describe as „“very La Palma” corners“

But what are they really? And, most importantly: where are they?

These are corners that speak of the island, its people, its customs, its normal lives. In other words: more than representative corners

Where are they? It is very difficult to answer this question because they are simply infinite. The possibilities are endless and, furthermore, it may happen that we leave behind a specific spot that you, on your visit to the island, consider to be included in this very particular classification. However, to work out an appetite, we include one per municipality in this first list of this topic

Plaza de San Sebastián in Santa Cruz de La Palma

Aussichtspunkt von San Bartolo in Puntallana

Plaza de San Andres in San Andres y Sauces

Tosca-Drachenbäume in Barlovento

El Tablado in Villa de Garafía

Poris de Puntagorda

Ermita del Buen Jesus in Tijarafe

Plaza de España in Tazacorte

Plaza Chica in Los Llanos de Aridane

Salinas de Fuencaliente

La Salemera in Villa de Mazo

Montaña de la Breña in Breña Baja

Aussichtspunkt von La Concepción

More to come! We promise