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La Palma has a surface area of 708,32 km² (9,45% of the entire canary territory) with ca. 87.000 inhabitants.

La Palma is very mountainous and its highest point the Roque de los Muchachos reaches 2.426 meters. In the northern part of the island a collapsed volcanic crater forms the Caldera de Taburiente, which was declared as national park in 1954. In the south of the island are several volcanoes, amongst them the volcano San Antonio, the volcano San Juan and the volcano Teneguia (last volcanic eruption on the Canary Islands in 1971). La Palma has the national park Cumbre Vieja and the natural park Las Nieves, as well as several smaller nature reserve areas.

In 1983 the areas El Canal and Los Tilos were declared biosphere reserve by the Unesco. This territory was amplified in 1997 and forms now the “Biosphere Reserve Los Tilos”. In 2002 the whole island La Palma was declared a biosphere reserve.

La Palma is the island with the biggest forest surface of the Canary Islands. There are two kinds of forest pines and laurisilva. The main agriculture sectors are bananas and viticulture.

La Palma is an excellent paradise for adventure fans. It is a fantastic travel destination with numerous ways to enjoy nature and the sea. There are precious pine forests and high mountains, cliffs, lava landscapes and attractive underwater scenery.
With all these special features, La Palma is a perfect place for activities like hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, paragliding and so on.


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