GUIDED TOUR IN THE CAPITAL SANTA CRUZ DE LA PALMA (with certificated guide of the Government of the Canary Islands):


Would you like to walk through the typical streets of Santa Cruz de La Palma, the capital of La Palma, with a local guide and discover its history?

La Palma Natural offers you a professional guided tour!


Duration 2,5/3 hours

Interesting sites: -Barco de La Virgen-Castle of Santa Catalina-Plaza de San Francisco-Calle Real and La Placeta-The balconies of the Avenida Marítima-La Recova (City Market)- El Salvador Church and Plaza de España- Library and newspaper library La Cosmológica-Plaza de Santo Domingo- Salazar Palace

PRICE 35€, children under 10 years free



Enjoy your visit to the city with a walk through its streets to discover its wide historical, cultural and architectural heritage. Between a coffee (declared the best espresso in Spain), a guarapo (fresh squeezed sugar cane juice) or a fresh mojito, we will tell you the history and the secrets of a magnificent coastal city with more than 500 years of life.

We will discover the most important monuments, the most curious anecdotes and the most hidden corners of one of the most fascinating cities in the Canary Islands. From its foundation in 1493, through historical dates such as the election of the first democratic city hall in Spain in 1773, the introduction of electric street lighting in 1894 as the sixth city in the world, to the present day with its famous carnival of Los Indianos, Santa Cruz de La Palma has never ceased to amaze.

This small coastal city, in the shape of an amphitheater, is located at the foot of a great mountain range and bathed by the Atlantic Ocean. We will go into the history of its foundation, we will experience together the main historical and cultural events that have taken place in the last 500 years. You will discover the squares, churches, monuments, castles and libraries!


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