Book flights to Sta Cruz de la Palma (SPC) with Eurowings for as little as €49.99*.
* Basic fare, unless indicated otherwise – checked luggage is subject to surcharges. Price per leg and person. Limited seating capacity.
Once your Eurowings flight to La Palma (SPC) touches down, you will still be in Spain, but the scent of another continent will already be in the air. You’ll feel the intensity of the sun and be dazzled by the brilliant blue of a sky only found elsewhere in luxury spots like Mauritius or the Seychelles. Hiking fans will be able to explore to their heart’s content – La Palma has so many beautiful trails that they can’t all be covered in 20 years. One magnet for hikers is Caldera de Taburiente National Park, located at the geographical centre of the Canary Islands. It is actually a huge crater from prehistoric times.
Particularly because of its climate, La Palma enjoys an excellent reputation, especially amongst people who know how to get the most out of their retirement years. La Palma, also called “The Beautiful Island”, has no winter season – nothing but pleasant warmth all year long. It never gets too hot because the gentle sea breeze has a tempering effect that is as pleasant for the body as it is for the soul. Also known as “The Island of Eternal Spring”, it boasts an excellent water supply and infrastructure that ensure that everything stays green and blooming all year long. On La Palma, you’ll find beach weather all 12 months of the year, a plus for surfers and wind surfers in particular.
Feel free to leave your wet suits in your bags when you’re on La Palma. At the same time, the island also offers something for tourists who don’t want to be constantly on the move. It boasts a very interesting history with many attractions that are well worth visiting. Once you start exploring you will discover the true treasure of “La isla bonita”, as the natives call it. Amongst the typical sights of La Palma is the Plaza La Glorieta in Las Manchas, a tiny market square with huge, lavishly designed mosaics created by Luis Morera, La Palma’s most famous artist.