Easily located off the lp1 road although it's a long drive from anywhere, at least 90 mins from Santa Cruz The road is windy and with the stunning views you have to keep stopping When you arrive there is a small cat park and museum along with many walking trails
Very small information centre, but told you lots about the Gaunches and their lifestyle. A short walk takes you to see the rock carvings which I found interesting. Well worth a visit if you're interested in the history of the island.
A good shortish visit. We enjoyed the video which gave some history about the island as well as explaining the rock markings. The markings are, themselves, worth a diversion to see. The valley is very atmospheric - or, it was when we were there in the drizzle.
We were travelling long the North coast of La Palma and decided to stop in here to see what it was all about. Lovely shaded walk through the forest searching for Petroglyphs. The whole caveman experience was very interesting. The rock carvings were a bit thin on the ground but on the whole a good visit for only 2 Euros.... 更多
A walk through the laurel and pine enchanted forests to view various petroglyphs etched on the entrances to caves. The information boards at each place were good. The signposting is a little hit and miss and we went around twice by accident. Suitable for those less fit or elderly, families with young children. The area has an ethereal ancient feel.... 更多
Nice small museum about the stone engravings followed by a film explaining the same in your own language. The following walk through the forest is nice and cool. But you realize that the 2€ entrance fee are just too little to keep the park in a good shape. If you can give a little more so maybe they can update... 更多
On a hot (30 centigrade) summer day, a short 40 minute walk by the shaded paths of La Zarza, through a La Gomera like rain forest with many birds flying over for 2eur pp is a genuine relax. Otherwise, with less demanding weather La Palma offers plenty other even more interesting trails Free Of charge. however, if it makes a... 更多
Nice place to visit ancient rock engravings of early inhabitants. Also the walk through the forrest is like a fairytale landscape. Note that they are closed on Mondays.
Lush and green on the canarian islands, who would have thought. I have visited Tenerife and Gran Canaria, but never... 更多