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TRANSFER ITINERARY (ONE WAY)
A. Santa Cruz de La Palma. Bus Stop line 500 direction south / 08.45
B. Los Cancajos. Bus stop at the beach / 08.50
C. Los Cancajos. Bus stop at the pharmacy / 8.55
D. Breña Baja. Parador Nacional de La Palma (bus stop next to the entrance to the Parador) / 9.15
E. Breña Alta. San Pedro. Plaza Bujaz bus stop, next to the BBVA bank / 9.20
F. Refugio El Pilar
TRANSFER ITINERARY (RETURN)
Fuencaliente (bus stop next to Los Canarios Tourist Information Office) / 16.30 (Google Maps)
As the final point of this route you have two options. You can do it in its complete route, ending in the Fuencaliente Lighthouse (Faro de Fuencaliente in Spanish) or do its shorter version, ending in Los Canarios neighbourhood (Fuencaliente), where you can return with our transfer or link up again with our regular transport lines.
Walking the Volcanoes Route is the best way to discover the most volcanic part of the island, enjoying landscapes that seem like science fiction and even evoke a virtual walk on the planet Mars. You will also be able to enjoy incredible panoramic views of both sides of La Palma and, depending on the day, you may even be able to see some of the other three islands of the province: Tenerife, La Gomera and El Hierro. You will discover how the green of the Canarian pine enhances the dark volcanic landscape in a real pleasure for your eyes.
The complete hike, of medium to high difficulty, is quite demanding and has a total length of about 22 kilometres to the Fuencaliente Lighthouse (one way). As an alternative, you can do the shorter version ending up in Los Canarios district, thus reducing the distance to 18 kilometres. It is advisable to wear suitable clothing and footwear and take water and some food with you for the journey.
Route to Los Canarios
In its shortest version, the path ends in the neighbourhood of Los Canarios (Fuencaliente), where we can enjoy a well-deserved rest and replenish our strength.
Route to the Fuencaliente Lighthouse
In its longest version, you can also reach the Fuencaliente Lighthouse, the southernmost point of the island, where you can enjoy its coast/beaches and the Fuencaliente Salt Flats, with a palette of colours (white salt, volcanic black…) that leaves no one indifferent and which have been declared a Site of Scientific Interest as it is a resting place for many migratory birds.
DEPARTURE TIME OF REGULAR TRANSPORT IN CONNECTION WITH THE RETURN TRANSFER (TICKET NOT INCLUDED IN THE TRANSFER)
In case you do not want to return directly with our transfer, you can also do it on our regular transport lines:
- From Los Canarios (Fuencaliente): Consult the timetables of lines 23, 200, 201 and 210 at www.tilp.es)
- Wear comfortable clothing and suitable footwear, as well as a jacket and some rain protection if necessary
- It is also advisable to bring sun protection and a cap or hat
- Bring some water and some food
- Never deviate from the marked paths
- Carry a mobile phone with sufficient battery
- In case of emergency, call the emergency telephone number in the Canary Islands: 112