Playa De Los Cancajos holidays
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When: Los Cancajos is lovely at any time of the year. Why not head out in the spring or autumn months when there are less visitors and the weather is pleasant but not too hot.
Where: Santa Cruz de la Palma is a fascinating place to visit and is only a ten minute bus ride away from Los Cancajos. Founded in the 16th century by Spanish explorers, it boasts a number of historic buildings - including the El Salvador Church. The Naval Museum - constructed in a replica of one of Columbus's ships - is also well worth a visit.
Why: Los Cancajos and Santa Cruz are beautiful little towns. After a day seeing the sights, why not head to Santa Cruz's vibrant markets, where gifts - including Canary cigars, honey and wine - are sold. There are also some stylish restaurants along Calle O'Daly.
When: Los Cancajos is gorgeous in July and August. Temperatures are up in the mid to high twenties celsius and the sea water is generally around 22ºC. There is also very little chance of rain.
Where: Visitors need look no further than Los Cancajos's beautiful black sand beaches which command stunning views of the Caldera de Taburiente Mountain Range and which offer a great range of water sports facilities.
Why: Los Cancajos is a lovely place for a summer holiday with friends. It has a laid back feel with some excellent little paella and tapas restaurants and some charming little tavernas. There is also some nightlife with a few bars hosting live music performances and dancing.
When: When you visit Los Cancajos depends very much on what you intend to do there. For a laid back beach holiday, head there in the summer months and for a more energetic trip, the winter and spring are lovely times to visit.
Where: The Volcano Route - a chain of 2000 metre high volcanic peaks and craters is a stunning route and an excellent hiking spot. Caldera de Taburiente boasts beautiful waterfalls and streams and a stunning flora and fauna whilst the southern interior is famed for its vineyards.
Why: The stunning landscapes of La Palma make it a fantastic destination for a romantic holiday. Visitors can enjoy majestic vistas and a distinctly laid back vibe. There are also some excellent seafood restaurants and local bars to enjoy here.
When: Los Cancajos is a great destination all year round. To avoid the rains, why not take the children there during their Easter or Summer holidays? Alternatively, catch some winter sun during the Christmas holidays.
Where: The north of La Palma offers excellent excursions. It's possible to go on glass-bottomed boat tours and whale watching trips. There's also the possibility of seeing dolphins. Back in Los Cancajos PADI certified scuba diving instructors are available.
Why: Just a four hour flight from the UK, Los Cancajos boasts a stunning tropical landscape that visitors of all ages can't help being fascinated by. The diverse sub-marine ecosystems include eels, octopuses and all sorts of brightly coloured tropical fish.