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Puerto Naos - beach under coconut palms

Puerto Naos, part of Los Llanos, is the most famous seaside resort on the west coast of La Palma. Its sandy beach, several hundred metres long and very wide, is partly shaded by coconut palms, along the promenade you will find cafés, restaurants, boutiques and small shops.
Paragliders often land on a place separated from the beach and enjoy the flight on the cliffs of La Palma.
Swimming is possible all year round, but you should respect the red flag, which indicates a bathing ban, because the Atlantic Ocean burns unhindered to our beautiful island and demands attention.

Strandpromenade zum Bummeln und Schlemmen
Beach promenade for strolling and feasting
Palmengesäumter Strand an dem es immer genügend Platz gibt.
Palm-lined beach where there is always enough space.
Des milde Klima läßt auch Kokosnüsse reifen
The mild climate also makes coconuts ripen
Badefreuden für Individualisten
Bathing pleasure for individualists
Fragile Strandkunst …
Fragile beach art …
… und beeindruckende Atlantikwellen. Solch ein Seegang ist selten, jedoch um so beeindruckender
... and impressive Atlantic waves. Such a swell is rare, but all the more impressive

From the Caldera to Fuencaliente - imposing views on a hike through the evolutionary history of La Palma

Who climbs early in the morning from the Refugio el Pilar to the Cumbre, can walk to the southern tip in a day on the roof of the island and follow the volcanic eruptions. Fantastic views to the west and east coasts of the island, original lava fields, various vegetation and climate zones reward the effort of the seven-hour hike.

Aufstieg zur Cumbre Vieja
Ascent to Cumbre Vieja
Blick zum Teide, dem höchsten Berg Spaniens auf der Nachbarinsel Tenerife
View to the Teide, the highest mountain of Spain on the neighbouring island Tenerife
Fast wie im Flugzeug
Almost like in an airplane
Blick vom Birigoyo zum Hafen von Tazacorte
View from Birigoyo to the harbour of Tazacorte
Vulkanasche am Birigoyo
Volcanic ash at Birigoyo
Kanarische Kiefern können die Wolken melken und so mit ihren langen Nadeln ihren eigenen Regenschauer erzeugen
Canary pines can milk the clouds and create their own showers with their long needles
Am Hoyo Negro
At Hoyo Negro

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