New website from Visit La Palma

La Palma Tourist Board (Visit La Palma) has launched a new website aimed at captivating the digital traveller to visit ‘La Isla Bonita’ (the pretty island).

Showcasing the landscapes of La Palma with striking photography and video footage, the new site has been developed to inspire tourists looking for a back-to-nature Canary Island experience.

Available via a desktop or mobile device and connected to all the destination’s social media channels, the platform is divided into three main sections designed for maximum ease and simple navigation: Organise, Experience & Discover.

Organise includes information on how to get to La Palma, on-island transportation, where to stay and where to eat. Here visitors can also find details on the island’s main tourism companies, museums and galleries and sample one or two-week itineraries.

Experience details outdoor activities, key tourism routes and tours. It also has a dedicated section on stargazing; one of the island’s most well-known natural attractions, and a specific section on slow travel; focusing on relaxation and rejuvenation.

The third section, Discover, outlines key nature experiences, the island’s best beaches, cultural activities, details on the local cuisine and culinary opportunities and general information about the island including the weather.

There is also the option to subscribe to a monthly newsletter, for up-to-date news on the island.

For details see visitlapalma.es/en


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