If you are planning your holiday to Brena Baja in La Palma, the following information may help by giving you an overview of the resort.
For a true taste of La Palma life, try a holiday to Brena Baja. With just a few local bars and a restaurant, the village offers a quiet holiday setting. Set in the countryside on the east of La Palma it is surrounded by beautiful coloured houses. The restaurant in the village offers a varied menu including typical Canarian cuisine and a good selection of traditional local wines. You can experience La Palma nightlife with the locals in the small village bars.
Brena Baja’s beach resort of Los Cancajos is ideal for those looking for some relaxing sunbathing on La Palma. Visitors on their Brena Baja holiday use the volcanic sandy beach at Los Cancajos, the largest tourist development on the island. The beach is made up of a series of three bays set into the rocky coastline, and the protected crystal waters provide excellent conditions for swimming and paddling. Diving and snorkelling are highly recommended at Brena Baja, with the sub-tropical waters being home to a wealth of undersea.
The capital of La Palma is just 3km from Brena Baja, so the busy centre of Santa Cruz de La Palma, with its cosy tapas bars, lively port and charming streets lined with palm trees, is a 5 minute trip by car. A trip to the capital is a must for culture lovers, as Santa Cruz de La Palma has some interesting 16th century architecture, great art collections, beautiful churches and interesting museums.
The mountainous regions of Brena Baja are great for hiking, and there are footpaths throughout the area for those looking for scenic walks.
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