La Palma Cruises
Cruise to La Palma in 2023 / 2024
Probably the greenest of the Canaries, lush La Palma has volcanic peaks towering over fertile orchards and plantations.
You can uncover the rich biodiversity of the island at Caldera de Taburiente or Los Tilos Forest, two UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. While textile-lovers will enjoy a trip to the unique silk museum in El Paso, the only place in Europe to still use a 500-year- old weaving technique.
Caldera de Taburiente National Park
Discover why La Palma is known as ‘the beautiful island’ at Caldera de Taburiente National Park. Rising out the centre of the island, it’s a huge crater covered in pine forests, criss-crossed with ravines and waterfalls. It’s one of the most majestic National Parks in all of the Canaries.
Top La Palma cruise excursions…
Explore more by joining us on one of the excursions we have prepared for you.
La Hacienda excursion
Sit back and relax on this exclusive tour. First, visit a silk museum, the only place in Europe still weaving using a traditional 500-year-old process. Next, visit the Hacienda de Abajo, a former 17th-century sugar estate. Enjoy fruit punch before touring the rooms filled with art treasures, then enter the gardens to enjoy tea and snacks.
Los Tilos forest and coastal walk
Join a guided walk through Los Tilos Forest, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve home to a profusion of ferns, trees and other indigenous species. You’ll follow a mile-long trail through ancient laurels, lime trees and giant ferns. Emerge and finish by walking along a beautiful stretch of coast to San Andres y Sauces.
Off the beaten track 4x4 adventure
Hop on a 4x4 vehicle to see some of the amazing volcanic landscapes around La Palma. This includes going off road to see the Aridane Valley, Caldera del Taburiente and the Cumbre Nueva hills. Pause for a picnic, then drive on to the town of Fuencaliente, and the San Antonio and Teneguia volcanoes.