Attractions

Archaeological Site in Northern La Palma

Parque Cultural La Zarza

Two Benahoare petroglyphs are the main attraction at the Parque Cultural La Zarza. Heading west out along the LP-1 towards La Mata, the park is 1km past the turn-off for La Mata (it’s on a curve and easy to miss – k…
Saltwater Pool in San Andrés & Los Sauces

Charco Azul

Charco Azul is a creatively designed combination of moulded concrete with natural volcanic rocks. The effect is stunning: a series of natural-looking saltwater pools with sunbathing platforms and a walkway between t…
Saltwater Pool in Barlovento

Piscinas de la Fajana

At these calm saltwater pools, frothy waves pound just beyond the subtle concrete barriers. About 5km east of Barlovento, on the LP-1 highway, you’ll turn off towards this starkly beautiful coastal spot, where drama…
Church in San Andrés & Los Sauces

Iglesia de San Andrés

The Iglesia de San Andrés has its origins in 1515 and is one of the first churches the Spanish conquerors built on the island, though most of what you see today was built in the 17th century. Inside, take a look at …
Church in San Andrés & Los Sauces

Nuestra Señora de Montserrat

The grand church, Nuestra Señora de Montserrat, is on the town square and has some valuable Flemish artwork inside. Named after the patron of Catalunya, this church is evidence of the many Catalans who participated …