If you are planning your holidays to Santa Cruz de La Palma, the following information may help by giving you an overview of the resort and surrounding area.
Think Santa Cruz de La Palma holidays : think of a holiday amidst twisting backstreets with dinky houses huddled together, palm-lined streets dotted with stately colonial mansions, and grand renaissance churches and chapels. Not only is Santa Cruz de La Palma one of the prettiest towns in La Palma, it also just happens to be the capital of La Palma.
Back in the 16th century, Santa Cruz de La Palma was one of the most important ports in the entire Spanish Empire, standing shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Seville.
At the end of Calle Real in Santa Cruz de La Palma is a life-size model of Columbus’s ship – the Santa Maria. This concrete and timber replica houses a small naval museum with 17th and 18th century maritime memorabilia.
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