With the largest port on La Palma Island, Santa Cruz de la Palma (often called, confusingly, La Palma) is a popular destination, and for good reason. Visitors to the city enjoy the cobblestoned streets and delicately beautiful Spanish colonial mansions, as well as the quirky shops and abundance of lush green foliage.
Don't miss the chance to see one the world's largest volcanic craters, Caldera de Taburiente, which measures 17.5 mi/28 km across and is home to many rare plant and animal species.
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