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Office in La Palma Airport

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Phone Number:

(+34) 828 913 118

Office opening times:

Every day from 8:00 AM to 9:30 PM



Aeropuerto de La Palma, Camino la Bajita, s/n, Villa de Mazo. 38739


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Detailed information

Our car hire company now has an office inside La Palma Airport. The airport is located in the municipalities of Villa de Mazo and Breña Baja, belonging to the province of Santa Cruz de la Palma.

La Palma Airport in the Canary Islands, previously known as Mazo La Palma Airport, is located about 5 miles from the island's capital, Santa Cruz de La Palma. Given its terrain and its characteristic insular distribution, it has a perimeter road that runs around almost the entire island, along the coastline. It is accessed from Santa Cruz de La Palma, via the LP-138 road, which crosses the flight path underneath, through a tunnel, and then rejoins the road to Fuencaliente via Hoyo de Mazo, known as LP-123.

Thinking about "The Canary Islands", automatically takes you to your dream vacation, full of sun and relax. Here you can find more than that. La Palma is an astonishing island, full of impressive landscapes, which will bring joy to any nature lover, and this is the main reason why it is rightfully called ‘La Isla Bonita’ (The Pretty Island) and "La Isla Verde" (The Green Island).

About 2 million years ago, this island emerged from an underwater volcano, becoming one of the younger islands of the archipelago, characterized by a very quick volcanic growth.

With a surface area of 706 km2, La Palma has a population of 86,000 inhabitants living in its 14 municipalities. This island is one of most wooded of the Canaries, with forests mainly composed by pines and laurels. The northern part is dominated by La Caldera de Taburiente, declared a National Park since 1954, which is the largest world’s emerged crater. The island is divided into two climates zones by the range of volcanoes called Cumbre Vieja, composed by San Antonio, Volcán de San Juan and Teneguía, which was the latest erupted volcano in the Canary Islands (1971). On the island, you can also find the Natural Park of Cumbre Vieja and the Natural Park of Las Nieves, as well as other small protected areas around La Palma. The highest point on the island is Roque de los Muchachos at 2,426 m, where the Observatory is located. The Volcano Route, which crosses the southern half of the island through the extinct volcanoes mountain range, is surrounded by spectacular volcanic landscapes and is one of the most attractive paths of La Palma.

The special characteristics of La Palma has made it not only a paradise for hikers, but also a special place to practice many other sports such as climbing, diving and mountain biking. Relaxing by the sea is also an option, as this island offers black sand and rocky beaches, natural swimming pools and other natural areas as, such as El Charco Azul.

Discover the different landscapes of the island of La Palma by car.

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