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.
Please, have a look at the information concerning these walks (distance, duration, profile…) in order to make a final decision.