La Palma Guided Walking Holiday

Woman enjoying landscape view near Santa Cruz city
Duration: 7 nights
Type: European Centre Based
Walking Grade: 3 & 4
from £1,149pp £899pp with flights

Discover one of the lesser known Canary Islands, La Palma. Enjoy more challenging mountain walks on the Canaries amidst the beautiful, diverse and relatively undiscovered landscapes of La Palma, with it's lush forests and dramatic volcanic scenery forming part of a larger stunningly beautiful national park: Caldera de Taburiente. There's even the option to reach the top of 'the world's steepest island'. La Palma sits northwest of Tenerife, north of smaller El Hierro, and is geologically similar to both. These three western islands, plus La Gomera, are relatively young compared to the eastern islands, and were the product of volcanic eruptions from the ocean floor 3 to 4 million years ago. On La Palma, the original volcano collapsed half a million years ago to create the landscape we see today, dominated by the huge Caldera de Taburiente, which provides the diverse landscapes of several of our walks. The island is widely regarded as the steepest island in the world and has become a mecca for star-gazers, due to its dark skies and row of observatories, which sit high above the clouds. Like its neighbours, the island enjoys a warm, pleasant climate all year round. However, unlike some of the larger Canary Islands, teardrop shaped La Palma is relatively untouched by mass tourism and offers a fantastic walking escape in winter and spring as well as incredibly varied terrain, from pine forests, coastal walking and agricultural plantations to its stunningly beautiful national park focussed on the volcanic ridge. Also known as ‘La Isla Bonita’, this island is a green, walkers’ paradise with over 1,000km of paths and lush vegetation and volcanic geology creating amazing views at every turn.

Holiday Highlights

  • Discover ‘La Isla Bonita’ – a green paradise which feels a world away from mass tourism
  • A walker’s paradise home to almost 1,000km of paths and the spectacular Caldera de Taburiente rim, often above a ‘sea’ of clouds
  • Lush green vegetation and incredible volcanic geology create amazing views at every turn
  • Visit the capital of Santa Cruz de la Palma with its pretty balconies and colonial era architecture
  • Stay at the landmark Parador de la Palma with its extensive gardens and Atlantic views

What’s included

  • A full programme of guided walks with 2 options every walking day
  • All transport to and from the walks
  • The services of experienced  HF Holidays’ leaders
  • ‘With flight’ holidays include return flights from the UK and hotel transfers
  • 7 nights’ accommodation in en-suite rooms
  • Half Board – extensive breakfast and evening meal

Trip Notes

Trip notes are detailed, downloadable PDFs for each holiday.

On our Guided Walking holidays, we believe that choice is key. Our walks descriptions will help you choose according to your interests and fitness. The walks are grouped together with care by local experts to give the best experience. While every effort will be made to adhere to the described itinerary, we may occasionally vary the sequence shown here or substitute an alternative route to suit local conditions or for other operational reasons, potentially at short notice.

  • Our experienced leaders offer the choice of two different walks each day
  • Choose the option which best suits your interests and fitness
  • We provide flexible holidays. Choose easier walking one day and harder the next or just explore independently or relax around the resort
  • Our leaders are friendly and welcoming making your holiday fun and sociable

Enjoy exploring the ‘world’s steepest island’ and its contrasting landscapes of emerald vegetation and stark volcanic ash which really shows off La Palma’s wild natural beauty. A highlight of the week is the magnificent panoramic views from the Caldera de Taburiente with its glistening observatories and views to the coast and beyond.

Easier Walks: 5 to 8 miles (8-13km) on a mix of rocky and cobbled paths, with some steep ascents and descents. Up to 1,200 feet (360m) of ascent in a day.

Harder walks: 7 to 11 miles (11-17½km)  with some steep ascents and descents. There are also some rocky sections. Up to 2,500 feet (770m) of ascent in a day.

 

Please note that the itinerary outlined is provisional and could be subject to change. A finalised itinerary will be available at the resort and every evening your leaders will talk to you about the next day’s walks.

Welcome to Parador de La Palma. Unpack and settle in.


Today both groups explore the southern tip of La Palma which is the site of the most recent volcanic activity.

Option 1 - Southern Volcanoes & Faro de Fuencaliente

Distance: 6 miles (9½km) 

Total ascent: 100 feet (30m)

Total descent: 2,300 feet (690m)

In summary: This walk starts from the southern town of Los Canarios to ascend Volcan San Antonio and visit the visitor centre. The route then descends through the volcanic lava fields before emerging at sea level in Faro de Fuencaliente. At the end of the walk there is time to explore the only commercial salt pans on La Palma and enjoy refreshments.

Highlight: The spectacular volcanic lava fields.

 

Option 2 - Camino Real & the Southern Volcanoes

Distance: 9 miles (14½km) 

Total ascent: 800 feet (240m)

Total descent: 3,200 feet (960m) 

In summary: The harder walk starts on the southeastern side of the island and follows the Camino Real (GR130) with good coastal views to reach Los Canarios. The route then follows the same path as the easier walk to arrive at Faro de Fuencaliente for refreshments.

Highlight: Fabulous views along the coast and out to the island of El Hiero.

 


Today both groups will explore the laurel forest of La Galga and part of the northeast coast, with spectacular views from Mirador de la Somada Alta.

Option 1 - Laurel Forest of La Galga & San Andrès

Distance: 6 miles (9½km)

Total ascent: 1,200 feet (360m)

In summary: The easier walk explores the laurel forests behind La Galga. The route ascends to the Mirador de la Somada Alta before beginning the descent into the depths of the laurel forest. The high sides of the ravine restrict the light to the valley floor creating a magical walk through the lush ferns and mosses. Emerging from the ravine, we descend to San Bartolome for lunch in a local bar, followed by a tour of the village and a viewpoint before travelling to the attractive village of San Andrès.

Highlight: Enjoy a typical lunch in a local bar.

 

Option 2 - Laurel Forest of La Galga & cliff paths to San Andrès

Distance: 8 miles (13km)

Total ascent: 1,700 feet (510m)

In summary: The harder walk also explores the laurel forests, ascending to the Mirador de la Somada Alta before a descent to lunch in San Bartolome. We then descend to the coast to reach a cliff path (GR130). The cliff path continues through banana plantations to finally reach San Andrès and welcome refreshments.

Highlight: Stunning views of the coastline below.

 


Today takes us to the heart of the Taburiente National Park. On a clear day we will be able to enjoy stunning views from the Mirador de la Cumbrecita down into the Caldera de Taburiente and upwards to the rim of the caldera, before descending through the El Riachuelo valley.

Option 1 - Mirador de la Cumbrecita circuit

Distance: 7½ miles (12km) 

Total ascent: 1,000 feet (300m) 

Total descent: 2,000 feet (600m)

In summary: The first section of this panoramic circuit follows an almost level track with good views. We then reach a viewpoint at the Mirador de Los Roques. From La Cumbrecita there are good views back down the El Riachuelo valley. Leaving La Cumbrecita we walk down the quiet access road into the lower El Riachuelo valley. We then follow rough forest trails ascending to reach tracks below the Cumbre Nueva before continuing on pleasant forest trails to reach the Ermita de la Virgen del Pino.

Highlight: Panoramic views on the way to the viewpoint.

 

Option 2 - Mirador de la Cumbrecita circuit & the Camino de Gordian

Distance: 6½ miles (10½km)

Total ascent: 1,300 feet (400m)

Total descent: 2,700 feet (800m)

In summary: After enjoying the magnificent views on the circuit of La Cumbrecita, we descend a narrow path that contours high above the El Riachuelo valley, below the cliffs of the Cumbre Nueva. Descending into the lower valley, the rough path then skirts around the edge of farmland ascending onto the ridge of Lomo de Padron. Joining a track, we make our way down to the Ermita de la Virgen del Pino to meet the coach.

Highlight: A challenging route with breathtaking scenery.

 


Each week there is a free day when no guided walks are offered. This is an ideal opportunity to relax around the hotel, walk independently or visit local places of interest. Some options for your free day may include:

Hotel: Relax in the hotel, swim in the pool and take lunch on the patio.

Santa Cruz: Visit nearby Santa Cruz. Walk around the cobbled streets in the old quarter where there are traditional buildings with wooden carved balconies festooned with brightly coloured flowers. You can walk to the colourful market, have lunch in one of the many restaurants and walk along the promenade round the harbour.

For information on La Palma, please visit www.hellocanaryislands.com

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Accompanied by a local guide, these walks take us to the highest point on the island. The summit area is home to many international observatories, located here due to the ‘dark skies’ of La Palma.

Option 1 - Roque de los Muchachos & the Caldera de Taburiente Rim

Distance: 4½ miles (7km)

Total ascent: 500 feet (150m)

Total descent: 2,200 feet (660m)

In summary: The walk will usually enjoy the magnificent views from the highest point on the island, Roque de las Muchachos (2,426m) and follow sections of the GR131 along the rim of the Caldera de Taburiente.

Highlight: Follow the caldera rim trail with picture postcard views down into the caldera.

 

Option 2 - Caldera de Taburiente Rim

Distance: 7 miles (11km)

Total ascent: 1,300 feet (400m) 

Total descent: 3,300 feet (990m) 

In summary: The harder walk will also enjoy the magnificent views from the highest point on the island, Roque de las Muchachos (2,426m), and follow more of the GR131 along the rim of the Caldera de Taburiente across Pico de la Cruz and Pico de la Nieve before descending the eastern slopes through pine forests to meet the coach.

Highlight: Today we walk with a local guide who will share their extensive knowledge of the history and geology of the island.

 

Option 3 - Roque de los Muchachos & the Caldera de Taburiente Rim

Distance: 4½ miles (7km)

Total ascent: 500 feet (150m)

Total descent: 2,200 feet (660m)

In summary: The walk will usually enjoy the magnificent views from the highest point on the island, Roque de las Muchachos (2,426m) and follow sections of the GR131 along the rim of the Caldera de Taburiente.

Highlight: Follow the caldera rim trail with picture postcard views down into the caldera.

 


Today, we travel to the centre of this beautiful island where we can appreciate its volcanic geology.

Option 1 - Traverse of Cumbre Nueva

Distance: 7 miles (11km)

Total ascent: 1,000 feet (300m) 

Total descent: 2,100 feet (630m)

In summary: The easier walk ascends through enchanting woodlands on tracks used for centuries to cross from east to west on the island to the significant north-south intersection at Refugio del Pilar, a popular camping and recreational spot. It then descends on rough paths across the drier western slopes and lava fields of Montana Quemada to finish with refreshments at a bar on the outskirts of El Paso.

Highlight: Discover some of the oldest prehistoric lava flows.

 

Option 2 - Circuit of Pico Birigoyo & the Volcano Route

Distance: 9½ miles (15km)

Total ascent: 2,300 feet (700m)

In summary: The harder walk starts from the Refugio del Pilar and follows forest tracks to circuit Pico Birigoyo and ascends onto the ridge of the Volcano Route. We then follow the Volcano Route to view the crater del Hoyo Negro and ascend Pico Nambroque to enjoy stunning views southwards along the ridge. Returning northwards, we follow the GR131 back along the Volcano Route descending to the Refugio del Pilar where we meet the coach for a transfer to meet the easier walkers for a final drink.

Highlight: The Cumbre Vieja is one of the most active volcanic areas in the Canaries with over 120 volcanoes and craters.

 


We hope to see you again soon.


Welcome to Parador de La Palma. Unpack and settle in.


Today both groups explore the southern tip of La Palma which is the site of the most recent volcanic activity.

Option 1 - Southern Volcanoes & Faro de Fuencaliente

Distance: 6 miles (9½km) 

Total ascent: 100 feet (30m)

Total descent: 2,300 feet (690m)

In summary: This walk starts from the southern town of Los Canarios to ascend Volcan San Antonio and visit the visitor centre. The route then descends through the volcanic lava fields before emerging at sea level in Faro de Fuencaliente. At the end of the walk there is time to explore the only commercial salt pans on La Palma and enjoy refreshments.

Highlight: The spectacular volcanic lava fields.

 

Option 2 - Camino Real & the Southern Volcanoes

Distance: 9 miles (14½km) 

Total ascent: 800 feet (240m)

Total descent: 3,200 feet (960m) 

In summary: The harder walk starts on the southeastern side of the island and follows the Camino Real (GR130) with good coastal views to reach Los Canarios. The route then follows the same path as the easier walk to arrive at Faro de Fuencaliente for refreshments.

Highlight: Fabulous views along the coast and out to the island of El Hiero.

 


Today both groups will explore the laurel forest of La Galga and part of the northeast coast, with spectacular views from Mirador de la Somada Alta.

Option 1 - Laurel Forest of La Galga & San Andrès

Distance: 6 miles (9½km)

Total ascent: 1,200 feet (360m)

In summary: The easier walk explores the laurel forests behind La Galga. The route ascends to the Mirador de la Somada Alta before beginning the descent into the depths of the laurel forest. The high sides of the ravine restrict the light to the valley floor creating a magical walk through the lush ferns and mosses. Emerging from the ravine, we descend to San Bartolome for lunch in a local bar, followed by a tour of the village and a viewpoint before travelling to the attractive village of San Andrès.

Highlight: Enjoy a typical lunch in a local bar.

 

Option 2 - Laurel Forest of La Galga & cliff paths to San Andrès

Distance: 8 miles (13km)

Total ascent: 1,700 feet (510m)

In summary: The harder walk also explores the laurel forests, ascending to the Mirador de la Somada Alta before a descent to lunch in San Bartolome. We then descend to the coast to reach a cliff path (GR130). The cliff path continues through banana plantations to finally reach San Andrès and welcome refreshments.

Highlight: Stunning views of the coastline below.

 


Today takes us to the heart of the Taburiente National Park. On a clear day we will be able to enjoy stunning views from the Mirador de la Cumbrecita down into the Caldera de Taburiente and upwards to the rim of the caldera, before descending through the El Riachuelo valley.

Option 1 - Mirador de la Cumbrecita circuit

Distance: 7½ miles (12km) 

Total ascent: 1,000 feet (300m) 

Total descent: 2,000 feet (600m)

In summary: The first section of this panoramic circuit follows an almost level track with good views. We then reach a viewpoint at the Mirador de Los Roques. From La Cumbrecita there are good views back down the El Riachuelo valley. Leaving La Cumbrecita we walk down the quiet access road into the lower El Riachuelo valley. We then follow rough forest trails ascending to reach tracks below the Cumbre Nueva before continuing on pleasant forest trails to reach the Ermita de la Virgen del Pino.

Highlight: Panoramic views on the way to the viewpoint.

 

Option 2 - Mirador de la Cumbrecita circuit & the Camino de Gordian

Distance: 6½ miles (10½km)

Total ascent: 1,300 feet (400m)

Total descent: 2,700 feet (800m)

In summary: After enjoying the magnificent views on the circuit of La Cumbrecita, we descend a narrow path that contours high above the El Riachuelo valley, below the cliffs of the Cumbre Nueva. Descending into the lower valley, the rough path then skirts around the edge of farmland ascending onto the ridge of Lomo de Padron. Joining a track, we make our way down to the Ermita de la Virgen del Pino to meet the coach.

Highlight: A challenging route with breathtaking scenery.

 


Each week there is a free day when no guided walks are offered. This is an ideal opportunity to relax around the hotel, walk independently or visit local places of interest. Some options for your free day may include:

Hotel: Relax in the hotel, swim in the pool and take lunch on the patio.

Santa Cruz: Visit nearby Santa Cruz. Walk around the cobbled streets in the old quarter where there are traditional buildings with wooden carved balconies festooned with brightly coloured flowers. You can walk to the colourful market, have lunch in one of the many restaurants and walk along the promenade round the harbour.

For information on La Palma, please visit www.hellocanaryislands.com


Accompanied by a local guide, these walks take us to the highest point on the island. The summit area is home to many international observatories, located here due to the ‘dark skies’ of La Palma.

Option 1 - Roque de los Muchachos & the Caldera de Taburiente Rim

Distance: 4½ miles (7km)

Total ascent: 500 feet (150m)

Total descent: 2,200 feet (660m)

In summary: The walk will usually enjoy the magnificent views from the highest point on the island, Roque de las Muchachos (2,426m) and follow sections of the GR131 along the rim of the Caldera de Taburiente.

Highlight: Follow the caldera rim trail with picture postcard views down into the caldera.

 

Option 2 - Caldera de Taburiente Rim

Distance: 7 miles (11km)

Total ascent: 1,300 feet (400m) 

Total descent: 3,300 feet (990m) 

In summary: The harder walk will also enjoy the magnificent views from the highest point on the island, Roque de las Muchachos (2,426m), and follow more of the GR131 along the rim of the Caldera de Taburiente across Pico de la Cruz and Pico de la Nieve before descending the eastern slopes through pine forests to meet the coach.

Highlight: Today we walk with a local guide who will share their extensive knowledge of the history and geology of the island.

 


Today, we travel to the centre of this beautiful island where we can appreciate its volcanic geology.

Option 1 - Traverse of Cumbre Nueva

Distance: 7 miles (11km)

Total ascent: 1,000 feet (300m) 

Total descent: 2,100 feet (630m)

In summary: The easier walk ascends through enchanting woodlands on tracks used for centuries to cross from east to west on the island to the significant north-south intersection at Refugio del Pilar, a popular camping and recreational spot. It then descends on rough paths across the drier western slopes and lava fields of Montana Quemada to finish with refreshments at a bar on the outskirts of El Paso.

Highlight: Discover some of the oldest prehistoric lava flows.

 

Option 2 - Circuit of Pico Birigoyo & the Volcano Route

Distance: 9½ miles (15km)

Total ascent: 2,300 feet (700m)

In summary: The harder walk starts from the Refugio del Pilar and follows forest tracks to circuit Pico Birigoyo and ascends onto the ridge of the Volcano Route. We then follow the Volcano Route to view the crater del Hoyo Negro and ascend Pico Nambroque to enjoy stunning views southwards along the ridge. Returning northwards, we follow the GR131 back along the Volcano Route descending to the Refugio del Pilar where we meet the coach for a transfer to meet the easier walkers for a final drink.

Highlight: The Cumbre Vieja is one of the most active volcanic areas in the Canaries with over 120 volcanoes and craters.

 


We hope to see you again soon.


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Parador de La Palma - La Palma

The Parador de la Palma is located in an area of great scenic beauty, close to the capital of the island. The Parador building is newly-constructed with traditional Canary Island architecture. It has an extensive garden of 44 hectares, home to native plants and fruit trees allowing pleasant walks along several paths where the plants are identified by their scientific names. There are stupendous views over the Atlantic Ocean at this very special location.

Rooms

The Parador has 78 comfortable en-suite rooms, some with sea views from their balconies as well as air conditioning and satellite television.

The rooms are comfortably furnished with TV, telephone, room safe (free), WiFi (free), en-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries, hairdryer and minibar (charged).

Facilities

Inside, the reception leads to a central courtyard garden with shaded seating all around. A large bar area leads to an elegant dining room serving traditional Canary Island produce. At the reception there is a small shop selling essentials.

As well as offering a high standard of comfort, the hotel has an outdoor swimming pool (seasonal) and seating, a sauna and gym.

The Parador is set within 44 hectares of tropical gardens, with avacado trees and native plants. This makes a delightful walk in the evening with views of the Atlantic Ocean.

There is a comfortable sitting room and large bar area with seating. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel and bedrooms.

Food & Drink

Our holidays at La Palma are on a Half Board basis and include breakfast and evening meal.

Breakfast

The buffet breakfast consists of wide selection of breads, jams, fresh and stewed fruit, cereals, fruit juices, cheese and cold meats, tea and coffee. There are also hot breakfast options available.

Lunch (payable locally)

You may prefer to buy ingredients for your picnic lunch locally in nearby Breña Baja. On some days it may be possible to visit shops on the walk, or eat in a local café; your leaders will advise you of the options.

 

Evening meal

The restaurant specialises in preparing local dishes but does have international dishes on the menu (there is also a special gluten free menu). Recommended dishes include watercress or chickpea broth made with varied meats. Also recommended are the fresh, grilled or parboiled fishes, served with a good ”mojo” (typical Canary Island sauce).

Dinner is a 3-course meal served at your table. 

Drinks

The hotel has a well-stocked bar serving beer, wine and spirits

Your Evenings

Each evening your walking leaders will tell you about the choice of walks for the next day and answer any questions you may have. During the evening you may like to join in an optional organised evening activity; one evening we take our guests into Santa Cruz after the evening meal.  

We have organised a local guide to speak to our guests about the local geology and history of this interesting island.  On a warm evening, it is nice to just stroll in the gardens below the Parador or perhaps take part in a short quiz.

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What to Bring

Essential Equipment

To enjoy walking/hiking comfortably and safely, footwear, clothing and equipment needs to be suitable for the conditions. Safety and comfort are our priorities, so our advice is to come prepared for all eventualities.

  • Footwear with a good grip on the sole (e.g.Vibram sole) is the key to avoiding accidents.
  • Walking/hiking boots providing ankle support and good grip are recommended (ideally worn in), and specialist walking socks to avoid blisters.
  • Several layers of clothing, which can be added or removed, are better than a single layer (include spares).
  • Fabrics (lightweight and fast drying) designed for the outdoors are recommended.
  • Waterproof jacket and waterproof over trousers.
  • Warm hat and gloves. 
  • Denim jeans and capes are not suitable on any walks.
  • Rucksack with a waterproof liner.
  • Thermos flask for hot drink.
  • Water bottle (at least 2 litre).
  • Spare high-energy food such as a chocolate bar.
  • Small torch.
  • First aid kit – your leader’s first aid kit doesn’t contain any medication or blister kits (such as Compeed).
  • Sun hat and sunglasses
  • Sun cream.

Optional Equipment

  • Walking poles are useful, particularly for descents.
  • Insect repellent.
  • Camera.
  • Gaiters.

Guest Reviews

All holidays are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.
Prices based on two people sharing. Supplements may apply.
Non-member fee: £10 per person.

These departure dates can be booked with flights or as land only holiday options. All packages that include flights are ATOL protected. Advertised flight prices are based on UK flights departing from London. Regional departures and/or connections to London, if available, can be requested. Cabin upgrades may also be available on request.

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Important Information

  • Double room for sole occupancy: £32 per night
  • With flights holidays include flights from London Gatwick. Flight supplement from Manchester: From £70
  • Independent travellers can join our transfer from La Palma Airport: £6 single
  • Our airport taxi service operates a this resort: £15 per single taxi journey
Duration:
7 nights
Type:
European Centre Based
Walking Grade:
3

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