A modern vacation estate located in La Laguna, in La Palma’s best climate zone. There’s space for everyone in the 150m² (which can be expanded to 300m² and 6 bedrooms!) and the surrounding park with large pool leaves nothing to be desired.
These accommodations offer up a host of advantages. Situated in La Laguna in the foothills of the sunny Aridane Valley in beautiful La Palma’s western section, where it’s sunny and warm almost year round. The property covers 5,000m² with 2 vacation houses that may be rented in conjunction. The solar-heated, saltwater pool measures 5x12m (0.4%, and no chlorine!) is equipped with an automated cover that guarantees ideal warmth retention overnight. This pool is shared with Casa Fortuna 1. The entire outdoor area is beautifully landscaped and green. Under certain lighting conditions you can enjoy a view of the silhouette of the neighbouring island of El Hierro.
All together, the 2 vacation houses have a living space of 300m². The kitchens are outfitted with many electronic appliances and a dishwasher. The stainless steel dining table under the traditional Canarian vaulted timber ceiling makes for a really fetching combination! The spacious living rooms are welcoming and filled with natural light from the homes’ large windows. Of course, there’s a stereo system and SAT – TV. Another big bonus: the houses are equipped with central heating.
The vacation house has 6 spacious bedrooms, all with a ceiling fan to circulate cool air on hot days. Each bedroom has 2 single beds that can be kept apart or pushed together as needed. One huge plus is that each of the bedrooms has an en-suite bathroom. Comfortable accommodations for up to 12 people!
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- 2 Single Beds 90x200
- 3 Bathrooms En-Suite
- 3 Double Bedrooms
- 4 Single Beds 80x200
- Baby Cot
- Central Heating
- Ceramic Hob 4 Hobs
- Coffee Maker
- Community Pool with salt Water
- Fridge / Freezer
- Hair Dryer
- Internet - WiFi
- Living Room with Integrated Dining Room
- Pet on request
- Pool Solar Heated
- Saltwater Pool
- Sun Umbrellas
- Washing Machine
- Weekly Linen & Towel Change
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La Palma is the northwestern-most island of the Canaries and also the most forested, with tree coverage of about 40% – the reason it’s also known as ‘Isla Verde’ or ‘La Isla Bonita.’ Like all of the Canary Islands, La Palma is also a volcanic formation. The highest point is the summit of the Roque de los Muchachoas, at a height of 2.426m above sea level. Worldwide, this is the highest elevation in relation to surface area. The island of La Palma remains largely untouched by mass tourism and so continues to charm with its native character.
Pleasant temperatures year-round lure many vacationers to the Canaries:
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Nature & OutdoorThe “Roque de los Muchachos,” La Palma’s highest point, is 2.426m high. In relation to the island’s area - just 702km² - there is no higher point anywhere else in the world. The way to the peak traverses the most diverse climatic zones, from subtropical to alpine. From the top, the view stretches to Gran Canaria, when the weather is clear. The “El Time” Mirador above Los Llanos, offers a fascinating vista over the Aridane Valley. There’s also a café and restaurant. Order a “Café Barraquito” and enjoy the view! La Palma is rich with gorgeous natural scenery. One of the most well-known is the Caldera de Taburiente national park. It’s also the site of one of the most well-known hikes on La Palma. For those for whom hiking holds little appeal: The “La Cumbrecita” viewing area, which leads from the visitor centre in El Paso (be advised: Cumbrecita is only accessible by permission! Obtain it at the visitor’s centre) over a paved path to the summit is the spot for the best view of the Caldera de Taburiente. The most popular swimming hole, “Charco Azul,” beneath Los Sauces on the island’s northwest, beckons swimmers into a truly welcoming scene. The most visited beach on La Palma is found in Puerto Naos with a handsomely situated promenade. The idyllic sandy beaches of “Charco Verde,” about 3km south of Puerto Naos, is one of the most popular on the island. The “Salinas de Fuencaliente,” on La Palma’s southern tip, grants visitors an enlightening glimpse into the sea-salt extraction process with an array of compelling educational tidbits.
Culture & SportsWith respect to culture, La Palma is certainly of interest, whether at the museum in Santa Cruz de La Palma, the specialized archaeological museum in Los Llanos, the wine museum in Las Manchas, or the silk museum in El Paso. Every one of these is worth a detour! La Palma is a fairy-tale island for hiking, one that’ll make any hiker’s heart sing. One of the loveliest trails is the “Ruta de los Volcánes,” which travels the edge of the Cumbre volcanic mountain, with spectacular views over the southern section of the island and the neighbouring islands of Teneriffa, La Gomera, and El Hierro. This is a hike for fair weather, since, when the clouds gather or the fog settles, they veil the view completely. The route begins at the El Pilar rest spot and ends 19km later, after ascending 600 and descending 1.300m, in Los Canarios. There are many hikes of all levels, across the island.
Cities & NightlifeThe capital of Santa Cruz de La Palma, alongside the largest and most populous city of Los Llanos de Adriane, offer a host of opportunities, with a palette that encompasses everything from shopping to bars, good restaurants, and dance club night life. Markets are a great place to find fresh local products and learn a little about the locals’ commercial culture. There are weekly markets in Puntagorda, El Paso, Mazo, Santa Cruz de La Palma, or Los Llanos de Adriane. Probably the best known festival here, the mighty Bajada de la Virgin, only takes place every 5 years. All of La Palma celebrates the island’s patron saint for a period of about two months. This truly great festival owes its origins to the drought of 1676. A celebratory procession was organized as a plea for help and involved carrying the patron saint, Benahoares, to Santa Cruz de La Palma. Success was immediate, and it started to rain.