1. La Palma: Volcanic landscape of last eruption Tajogaite
Discover the highlights of the island of La Palma on a guided day trip. Explore the picturesque landscape of the Cumbre Vieja National Park. Meet your guide in the avenida maritima 35 on the bus stop in front of Cabildo insular in Santa Cruz de La Palma. Hop on the bus and head off to discover some of the most notable sights of the city. Then, see the Castle of Santa Catalina which was one of the most important in Spain during the Age of Discovery. Stroll through the colonial-era streets of the city and see the typical double balconies of the residential homes. See The Ship of the Virgin, a reproduction of the sailing ship Santa María, which Christopher Columbus used to discover the Americas. Your travel contnue to the Mirador de la Concepción. Admire the views of the volcanic landscape and the island's capital from this spectacular viewpoint. Travel southwest, entering the area affected by the recent Cumbre Vieja volcano. Stop in the exclusion zone of the Tacande village where you will have a first view of the recently active volcano. Then, continue to Tazacorte to see the youngest lava flows in Spain. After lunch, head to the last stop of the tour at the Tajuya viewpoint. Take some time to safely observe the effects of the most recent volcanic eruption in the Canary Islands. Then, relax on your journey back to Santa Cruz.