Bus tour to Los Tilos and the north of La Palma
Area Los Cancajos Hotels > 9.30h
Area Santa Cruz de La Palma – opposite Hotel Holiday Time > 9.35h
Hotel Princess (min. 2 pax) > 8.30h
Area Tazacorte – Los Llanos – Tazacorte (min. 2pax) > 8.30h
*If you are in a different location and are looking to join one of our tours, call us on +34 616 419 026 and we can tell you your closest pick up point.
This tour will finish today around 17.00h. +1h to Hotel Princess and El Paso – Los Llanos – Tazacorte.
Los Tilos, in the north-east of La Palma, is like an explosión of biodiversity and green. You can only fall in love when you visit this place. A peaceful jungle where, all types of laurel tres, moss and huge ferns grow literally everywhere, the best natural wall garden ever!
If you visit La Palma on a cruise ship, and you are looking for a day tour, this one could be suitable for you.
San Bartolo viewpoint and it´s lover´s statue.
San Bartolo is a small but cute village in Puntallana. Colourfull houses hang on the walls of impressive clifs and the highest point is the best viewpoint today to see what this bus tour has to offer.
On the cost side, banana plantations of sun shine makes a big contrast to the view at the other side where a dense and primitive full of broad leaved trees dominate the landscape.
Los Tilos, biosphere reserve by Unesco 2002
A small and narrow road drives you to Los Tilos. One of the very few strongholds in the planet where laurisilva forest still grows strong. This trees dominated the planet millions of years ago, that is why Los Tilos was declared Biosphere Reserva by Unesco.
Water is also a main future in Los Tilos, and the waterfall is a real atraction for visitors and your camera.
Los Tilos is a protected natural area located in La Palma, in the Canary Islands of Spain. It is known for its lush subtropical laurel forest, which is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, and the area is also a popular hiking destination. Los Tilos is home to a number of rare bird species, including the Herring Gull, the Eurasian Scops Owl, and the Blackcap Warbler. The area is also known for its waterfalls, including Cascada de los Tilos, which is the largest waterfall in the Canary Islands.
Los Sauces, San Andrés and Charco Azul
A short walk afterwards through the picturesque village of San Andres, surrounded by banana plantations. San Andrés is a small fishing village located on the west coast of La Palma in the Canary Islands. It has been an important fishing port since the 16th. The village is known for its traditional wooden fishing boats, and its main industry is now tourism. San Andrés is home to a number of historical sites, including the old church of San Andrés and the 16th century watchtower of El Charco one of the most beautiful places on the island.
El Charco Azul, is a volcanic crater natoural pool located near San Andrés. This natural pool is known for its stunning blue–green waters, and it is a popular spot for swimming, canoeing, and fishing. The area is also home to a variety of bird species, including the Blackcap Warbler, the White Wagtail, and the Cattle Egret.
Our trip will finish in San Bartolo in the best view point on this side of the island and surranded by baby dragón trees.
Our recomendation for you is to bring for any tour good hiking or sport clothes and shoes with a good profile. It´s also a good idea to bring sun protection and a cup. Good warm jacket in winter and something against the rain, just in case!.
Do not forget ALWAYS to bring for the hikes water and food, as much as you need.