From Gran Canaria to La Palma / Island Hopping

Why visit La Palma

La Palma might not be the most spectacular destination within the Canary Islands. It is, however, part of the archipelago, and it complements the diversity of the archipelago with its own uniqueness. The tourist asset of La Palma consists chiefly of nature attractions, which is why, perhaps, nature lovers are highly likely to appreciate a short stay in La Palma more than visitors keen on mainstream tourist opportunities. La Palma is at least interesting both geologically and biologically speaking.

How to get from Gran Canaria to La Palma

By sea

As it is the case with most other boat trips from Gran Canaria to the rest of the archipelago, the chief two options refer to Trasmediterranea and Naviera Armas. The boats of both of these companies leave from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and haul ashore at Santa Cruz de La Palma.

By air

In the spirit of time efficiency, tourists can also opt for flights between Gran Canaria and La Palma. Taking off at Gando and landing at La Palma Airport are possible by resorting to the flights operated by Binter and Islas Airways.

Attractions in Gran Canaria

Museum of Wine

All that is implied in the traditional wine making in Gran Canaria can now be understood by visiting the Museum of Wine, an edifice located in Santa Brigida


Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the capital of the island and the most important commercial port. It is also a source of considerable tourist opportunities.


Tamabada Nature Park

The Tamabada Nature Park is one of the most impressive nature spots in Gran Canaria, filling an area of more than 7,538 square meters.


Gran Canaria