Reserva Biosfera La Palma

Cumbre Vieja Natural Park

Cumbre Vieja Natural Park is a wide territory in the southern half of the island, composed by 5 municipalities - Breña Alta, Breña Baja, Mazo, El Paso and Fuencaliente. This is a mountain chain joining the most emblematic volcanic cones of the eruptive history on the island. As regards vegetation, Canary Island pine communities (Pinus canariensis) may be observed and in a less proportion fire tree and heaths forests, laurel and bushes, a main feature of the summits. The beauty offered by lapilli fields and lavas in the area should be pointed out.

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Tipo de Ingreso

  • Free
  • Semi-restricted (previous notice)

Milestones

  • Roque Niquiomo
  • Volcán Martín
  • Llano del Jable
  • Pico Birigoyo
  • Volcán de San Juan
  • Montaña Quemada

Access

  • Particular car:
Accessed through LP-3 road, which joins S/C de La Palma with Los Llanos de Aridane, through LP-301 road and through southern LP-2 road.  

Actividades

  • Flora and fauna observation
  • Excursions
  • Picture taking without commercial purposes
  • Hiking
  • Research
  • Camping

Red Canaria de Espacios Naturales Protegidos (ENP)

Parque Natural

Red Natura 2000

Zona de Especial Conservación (ZEC)

Municipios

Breña Alta
Breña Baja
El Paso
Fuencaliente
Villa de Mazo

Localización

Superficie

7.499,7 ha

Breña Alta

La Palma

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