Try an all inclusive Fuencaliente holiday for a great wee break down at the bottom of La Palma. The coast in this area has some very extraordinary looking black beaches caused by volcanic activity. Fuencaliente is the location of several volcanoes and its name means hot spring. Do not worry about the volcanoes though the last eruption was over 40 years ago.
The beaches around Fuencaliente comprises of a succession of little bays and beaches with the distinguishing black sand of the volcanic area which is unexpected looking. The best of the beaches to visit while on all inclusive in Fuencaliente is La Zamora. This is quite remote and covered in black sand, but once used to it is OK. Other beaches in the area woth a mention and a visit when on holidays in Fuencaliente are El Faro, Playa Nueva and Punta Largo
Eating and drinking in Fuencaliente:
The Bar Junonia is a good place to spend a little time in, there may no longer be the restaurant out the back but it is still worth a visit when you are on holidays in Fuencaliente
A decent restaurant in Fuencaliente for people who like their meat or fish is Restaurante la Era, good quality steaks, which come just as you order them with a quick and very friendly service.
Places to stay in Fuencaliente:
Just outside the main resort on west caost the 4 star all inclusive La Palma & Teneguía Princess is regarded as one of the best hotels on the island with very beautiful gardens and rooms. There is no beach at the hotel but you have a black sand beach around 15 minutes’ walk. It is recommended you arrange to hire a car to visit other parts of the island.
Other fine places to stay on a self-catering and bed and breakfast basis in Fuencaliente are Casa Pardelo, Los Melindros, Los Llanos Negros and La Palma Hostel with budget prices from £24 per night. Other fine hotels and apartments are available in area of Fuencaliente
Out and about in Fuencaliente:
Include a few trips when on your all inclusive holidays in Fuencaliente, the first we will cover is the Salinas de Fuencaliente. This is a nice self-guided walk around the grounds of the salinas (salt pans) with descriptions in Spanish, German and English. Straightaway you can enjoy the views of the volcanoes, the black lava around the sea and lighthouses. This is highly recommended place to visit if you’re on Fuencaliente holidays.
Another superb location to visit is the San Antonio Volcano and the adjoining museum. This is a very interesting place showing an exhibition about the volcanoes in the Canaries. For those who like gadgets, there is a virtual trip over the area.
You cannot go on holidays to Fuencaliente without a visit to one of the wineries around the area. There is several like the Bodegas Teneguia and the Bodegas Carballo but we will cover the Juan Matias Torres Winery. This is a small family winery in the Fuencaliente area. Its location in Fuencaliente is in a region fully recognised by UNESCO as World Biosphere Reserve.
Map of Fuencaliente, La Gomera Spain
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