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A natural paradise, La Palma is the greenest of the islands of the Canary archipelago. If you like hiking, astronomy and volcanoes, go and discover this gem classified as a Biosphere Reserve by Unesco.

Discovering La Palma, the "Isla Bonita" Canary Islands Magazine

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Taburiente Caldera National Park

In the center of the island, this vast national park of 47km² is the natural jewel of La Palma. Classified A World Biosphere Reserve, it contains a caldera 9 km in diameter, covered with Canarian pines and crowned with high peaks, more than 2,000 m above sea level. You like hiking? Go to the Visitor Center to find out about the 13 routes that cross the park. There is something for all levels!
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