Please, bear in mind that to do this walk, you need to be in perfect physical conditions as it is multiday path (up to 5 days) and, thus, a very demanding one. You can spend the night at:
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No, there is no accommodation in this area of the island. If you are doing a walk on this part of the island and you need to spend the night there, you can either bivouac or carry on walking until you find a mountain hut or a campsite.
However, bear in mind that, in the North of the island, from San Andrés y Sauces to Tazacorte, it’s more difficult to find good options to stay. For further information on accommodation on la Palma, please, click here
Bivouac is also possible. Please, read question 7: May I bivouac while doing a walk on La Palma?
Servicio de Medio Ambiente. Cabildo Insular de La Palma.
Avda. de Los Indianos, 20, 2ª Planta. Santa Cruz de La Palma. La Palma.
Tlf: 00 34 922 423 100 (ext. 6820).
Opening hours: Mondays to Fridays from 9.00 till 13.00. Saturdays and Sundays remains closed to the public.
Yes, under these conditions:
No, there is none. You have either to use your car, to catch a taxi or to be part of a group.
Depending on his/her age, his/her physical condition as well as on the fact that he/she is used to doing walks, you could consider doing these: Marcos y Cordero (PR LP 6), Cubo de la Galga (PR LP 5.1), go up to Pico de La Nieve PR LP 14), del Roque de los Muchachos al Mirador de los Andenes (a short leg of the long-distance GR 131).
Please, have a look at the information concerning these walks (distance, duration, profile…) in order to make a final decision.