- Departure from Los Cancajos.
- Estimated duration between 5 and 6 hours.
We start our route to the Sanctuary of the “Virgen de Las Nieves”, building built in the sixteenth century, consisting of beautiful wooden ceilings with ornaments in the Mudejar style. In its interior, located in an impressive altar lined with silver of the time, is the Virgin, Patroness of the Island and faithful guardian of the avatars of La Palma, very celebrated by her people every five years.
In Breña Alta We will visit the mirador de La Concepción, overlooking Breña Alta, Breña Baja and the capital of the Island.
Continuing towards the south of the island we will make a stop in the Montaña de La Breña, with panoramic views towards of Breña Alta, Breña Baja, Cumbre Vieja, Santa Cruz de la Palma and Mazo.
We will continue to the southern tip of the island, where we will find the impressive crater of the San Antonio Volcano, eruption of 1649 and the most recent Teneguia volcano of the Canary Islands in 1971.
Next, we will visit the Faro and the “Salinas de Fuencaliente”, which are located in the southernmost point of the island, much visited for its wild landscapes between lava and our sea.
This municipality is famous for its vineyards among the lava of the volcanoes. Where great wines like the “malvasía” having this international fame.
On the way back, we will be able to appreciate beautiful landscapes that follow each other until the Villa de Mazo, in that municipality we will visit the ceramics workshop of the palm family, Ramón and Vina, they elaborate with great care reproductions of the Benaoharite ceramics. The visit to this craft center allows a tour of the interior of the mill, giving us a reliable idea of its operation (closed holidays).
Return to the place of departure.