Discover the best top things to do in Fuencaliente de la Palma, Spain including Plena Vitae - Outdoor Adventures & Coaching, La Palma Photo Tours, La Palma E-Bike, Punkfish Diving La Palma, Volcan Teneguia, Salinas Marinas de Fuencaliente, Bodegas Teneguia, Playa Echentive, Volcan de San Antonio, Faro de Fuencaliente.
Restaurants in Fuencaliente de la Palma
5.0 based on 1 reviews
PLENA VITAE offers active tourism and nature activities as trail running, hiking, biking, astronomical observations and themed routes and trails. Move your body and focus your mind while enjoying your holidays on the island of La Palma, the beautiful island. Give new impulse to your life! We look forward to seeing you! (We speak Englisch, Spanish and German)
5.0 based on 23 reviews
La Palma Photo Tours is managed by Abián San Gil, a professional photographer who has been visiting the Canary Islands for several years, photographing its corners, both day and night. Through their workshops and photographic tours, photography lovers can live a unique experience visiting the most incredible places on the islands and take a memory for a lifetime.
5.0 based on 1 reviews
In La Palma e-bike podrás contar con varios servicios, desde el simple alquiler de nuestras bicicletas, y de los accesorios que puedas necesitar, por uno, o mas días, o por semana, hasta la participación a los recorridos guiados, de varios niveles de dificultad, que organizamos a la descubierta de "La Isla Bonita"
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Dive Center in the heart of Los Canarios, Fuencaliente - close to the best divesites at the south of La Palma.
4.5 based on 506 reviews
Thoroughly enjoyed our volcano trip, interesting display and information in the visitors centre before a little hike along the volcano ridge itself. Definitely glad I had a jacket as it got quite windy up there and the walk can be a little slippery underfoot so trainers at least are a sensible choice. Views from the top are spectacular and worth the walk, not sure the Spanish are so worried about health and safety as I doubt the single rope along the pathway would hold you back if you took a tumble.
4.5 based on 1,011 reviews
Took the bus here from our hotel, about €3 each way for the two of us. The salt flats are a self sufficient business with walks around the outside of the salt pans. There are plenty of information boards to read on the way around in multiple languages to give you a better understanding of what you are looking at. It doesn’t take long to complete the walk, perhaps 45 minutes. There is also a restaurant and small shop to pick up products and have a drink/food. Lovely views and some interesting content. Worth a visit I’d say.
4.5 based on 110 reviews
Join us every day from monday to friday at 12:30h! We offer an experience of guided tour, english or spanish, around 45 min. Per only 9€. History, tradition, production, elaboration, and local wine for every public. Malvasia, sweet or dry, with oak or without, red or white... An historic building, a cooperative with more than 15 different wines to taste all our island culture of wine. Here, inside our 73 year old winery to find out why we have won the Certificate of Excellence. Come to visit us from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays (Temporarily closed). Price of tasting from 0.50 Euros per glass.
4.0 based on 1,025 reviews
We visited on a sunny day at the beginning of August, the entry price was very reasonable and we got it even cheaper as residents! The information centre was very well laid out and there was loads of information in English and German as well as Spanish. We then ventured outside, the earthquake simulator was a bit of fun and then walked around the rim of the volcano admiring the views into the crater and down to the sea. We then returned to the centre and were slightly disappointed to find the on site cafe closed despite it only being around 3.30 and long before the tours closed. All in all an interesting and reasonably priced activity.
4.0 based on 151 reviews
For €2 you can go into the visitors centre where you will see a lovely little exhibition and be offered a 30 minute film to watch which is very interesting about the island, and the protected marine life. I’d recommend this for sure!
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