To the north of La Palma
At some 200 metres high over sea level in the north of La Palma.
Here you find some cliffs nearly 200 metres high, with deep ravines that mark an area abundant in plant endemisms and a rich and varied fauna. The entire area is of natural interest and representative of the orography of the north of La Palma with relevant and numerous endangered and protected species.Of special interest is the vegetation of cork trees and cactus and numerous nesting birds.From big cliffs along the coast of Barlovento flow out deep ravines of great geomorphological and biological interest.
Barranco de los Hombres y de Fagundo y Costa de Barlovento Nature Reserve
Garafía, La Palma (Canary Islands)
La Palma (Canary Islands):
What you need to know
Popular architecture in the area of Garafía where there are different petroglyphs (stone engravings). In addition you can visit the Observatory of Roque de Los Muchachos.
In the entire area you can find excellent examples of laurel forest palms.