Bananas are the main source of the island's economy, along with tourism. Approximately 40% of the cultivated area on La Palma is dedicated to the cultivation of bananas.
The products grown are mainly destined for the Spanish market, around 95%. The large area of land it occupies, added to its importance in economic terms, make the banana a factor of capital social, economic and environmental importance for the island. For some years now, more and more farmers have decided to opt for an ecological, sustainable crop, without the use of pesticides and respectful of the environment, which, being an island, is even more fragile.
VISIT AN ORGANIC BANANA PLANTATION
Our friend Fran has been an example for the island: after several years of hard work, he managed to transform a monoculture into a lush subtropical garden. An edible forest based on the laws of permaculture waiting to be visited and discovered.
A DIDACTIC PATH ON BIODIVERSITY
A journey of 1 hour and 30 minutes between spectacular plants, delicious fruits, friendly animals and the presence of a highly trained guide who will tell you all the secrets of this incredible corner on La Palma.
EVERY SATURDAY AT 10.30
Price per person € 20 (Includes self-produced fruit tasting).
Special prices for big groups, write us!