Hiking Teneguía & Paella
At the foot of Fuencaliente, 650 m above sea level, we find the San Antonio volcano, about 3.000 years old. From here, we can see the whole west side of La Palma and the small surrounding villages. The Teneguía volcano erupted in 1971 and is now below this one.
Our hike takes place in the youngest geological area of the island, the volcanic south. Through fields of black and red ash we find the young Teneguía volcano, one of the symbols of the island. Then we continue to the south, where the colourful salt pans and lighthouses show us a different perspective to this part of the island. After a break here and a short visit, we continue by bus to a hidden place where we will have lunch: meat paella and local wine to finish a perfect day hiking under the sun.
Duration: 3,0 h
Distance: 6 km
Altitude: + 10 m / – 650 m
Level of difficulty: middle
Please see your voucher for the exact meeting point.
Included in the price:
- guided hike
- transfer to the start of the hike
- Paella & local wine
- rustic wooden walking sticks
Important to know:
- suitable clothing and trekking shoes are recommended
- bring swimwear with you
- eating and enough to drink
- sun protection, hat, wind/rain jacket and warm clothes for the winter months
Pick Up points: Los Cancajos, Hotel Sol (Puerto Naos) and Hotel Princess (Fuencaliente). More Pick Up points on request.