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It will serve customers in the meeting point located at the Parking Level - 2, the airport of La Palma.

The airport is located about eight kilometers from the capital of the island, Santa Cruz de La Palma, on land owned by the municipalities of Brena Baja and Villa de Mazo. Given its geography and its insular distribution feature, has a perimeter road that circles the entire island practice, by the contour of the coast. Your access is made from Santa Cruz de La Palma, for the LP-138, which crosses the runway below, through a tunnel, and then rejoins the link road with Fuencaliente by Hoyo de Mazo, called LP-123.

When someone mentions "The Canary Islands", we all dream vacation, sun and sand. In La Palma, apart from that, there are some landscapes that impress any lover of nature for that resason it is also known as La Isla Bonita and Isla Verde. About 2 million years, the island emerged from an underwater volcano and is thus one of the younger islands of the archipelago, characterized by volcanic growth very quickly.

La Palma, with 706 km ² and a population of 86,000 inhabitants in 14 municipalities, is one of the Canary Islands with more forest area, both pines and laurel. The northern part is dominated by the Caldera de Taburiente, declared National Park in 1954. It is a caldera created by underwater eruptions and erosion. This boiler is the largest crater in the world emerged. The island is divided into two distinct climatic zones through a chain of volcanoes called Cumbre Vieja. These are compounded by the San Antonio, the Volcán de San Juan and Teneguía (Canary Islands volcano last erupted in Canary Islands in 1971). Also owns the La Palma Parque Natural de Cumbre Vieja and the Parque Natural de las Nieves, and protected a number of smaller entities and degree of protection. The highest altitude of the island is the Roque de los Muchachos 2.426 m, which houses the Roque de los Muchachos Observatory. It is also of great tourist attraction the Volcano Route, which crosses the southern half of the island through the mountain ridge, crossing huge extinct volcanoes surrounded by a series of spectacular volcanic landscapes.

The formation and location of La Palma not only become a paradise for hikers, but to practice many sports such as climbing, diving and mountain bike. In addition, beaches are often rocky, but there are plenty of black sand beaches, swimming pools and different natural areas as El Charco Azul.