During your stay in the H10 Taburiente Playa or the H10 Costa Salinas you will be able to see cones, particularly on the two sides of the south part of the island, illustrating the intense volcanic activity that has unfolded in La Palma throughout its history. Particularly impressive is the volcano of Tacande, in El Paso, and the mountain of Tenisca, near Argual.
Santa Cruz de la Palma
The old neighbourhoods of Santa Cruz de la Palma and San Andrés are the ideal places to see the stately homes, a variant of the Andalusian house with Arab influence. Due to the island's defensive needs, several castles were erected, including the Royal Castel of Santa Catalina, in 1676, and the castles of El Cabo, dating from the 16th Century, both of them located in Santa Cruz. Once in the capital, declared a Historic and Artistic Site, you can stroll through the Plaza de España, a charming place with several Renaissance buildings nearby, such as the Mixed Parish Church of El Salvador and the Town Hall.