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Plentiful panoramas represent one good reason to visit La Palma.

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Dramatic landscapes and warm weather make it the perfect place for an European getaway.

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La Palma is one of the smaller Canary Islands.There's no mass-tourism here so you can enjoy the peace and quiet of this friendly,green island.It is also an island of contrasts:mountains and beaches,volcanoes and forests.Summer and winter are ideal for sun,walking and hiking holidays.The climate ranges from subtropical semi-arid to mediterranean, with highest average temperature range from 20-26C and lowest temperature range from 15-20C.

La Palma,the greenest of the Canarian Islands,offers the chance to experience real,unspoiled nature-from the verdant forests of the north,to the desertscapes of the south,where volcanic craters and twisted rock formations define the views-to the serene pine forests of the Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente.The island of La Palma was formed out of volcanic origin,hence it's not surprising to find many volcanoes.

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The caldera dominates the northern part of the island and originated 2 million years ago.
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It's a massive shield volcano built of fluid lava with low viscosity.The caldera itself was formed by erosion,starting from the volcano's original crater.
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Mirador del Time is a viewing point on top of a rock with magnificent view on the Aridane valley.
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Beaches:the sand is always black due to the lava spitting volcanoes on the island.
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The volcanic eruptions created a lot of little bays.
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The Dragon Tree on the left.The biodiversity of La Palma's flora is due to it's geographical isolation and numerous microclimates.
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Banana plantations up the coast.