• La Palma Trails

    The small volcanic island is a true hotspot for outdoor sports.

    Trail-running Destination

    La Palma is one of the green paradises from the Canary Islands, the Spanish Archipelago in the Atlantic ocean.

     

    The volcanic island has a series of peaks above 2000m of altitude with Roque Los Muchachos, the highest culminating at 2426 meters.

     

    Each year in May the Transvulcania race attracts trail runners from all over the world.

    The GR131 & Beyond...

    Popularized by the Transvulcania, the GR 131 (70mk+) trail crosses the island on the Volcanic Route from Fuencaliente to Réfugio El Pilar, then on the Crest Trail up to Roque Los Muchachos and finally down to Puerto de Tazacorte with a cumulative elevation of 4400m.

     

    Explore the major trails of La Palma (a trail-running guide).

    Vertical & Brutal

    In La Palma, a flat trail is just a fantasy that doesn't exist... It's all about elevation, vertical up-hills and crazy downhills on volcanic rocks.

     

    Even the local race of Tazacorte, the "Paris Chiquito Trail" in just 19km has 2737 m of cumulative elevation (altitude max 1070m) including part of the Kilometer Vertical of the Transvulcania.

     

    (C) Credits Photos Alexis Berg.

    Training Hotspot

    Tazacorte is a perfect spot for training with easy access to the main trails, a vertical kilometer and the sea to swim after a demanding run. Or, you can simply relax on the beach, enjoying the most pleasant weather year round, a sunny 20-24°C.

     

    Find more on Tazacorte as a training spot.

     

    Questions? contact me.

  • Articles on La Palma

    Published on rePeople.co or MEDIUM.com

    Why Not Working from La Palma?

    • Where is La Palma?

    • What’s the weather like in La Palma?

    • What’s the cost of living in La Palma?

    • Who is the right audience to enjoy working from La Palma

    - Creatives

    - Nature Lovers

    - Spanish aficionados

     

    Feeling Lost, get in touch ^^

     

    Read on rePeople "Why Not Working from La Palma?"

    La Palma, a peaceful oasis for creative nomads

    Original article published on MEDIUM

     

    • La Palma is not Las Palmas or Palma de Mallorca!

    • Why specifically for creative and not simply digital nomads?

    • Why La Palma?

    • Why staying on the west coast?

    • Try, explore and see by yourself …

     

    Let's Talk ^^

     

    Read "La Palma, a peaceful oasis for creative nomads?"

     

  • Explore La Palma's trails to discover its landscapes

    La Palma senderos, secretos y bonita vida...

  • Nomadic lifestyle

    una vida nómada, disfrutando & explorando...

  • Let's talk

    You can reach me by email, Skype or WhatsApp.

    Calle Del Puerto 6
    Tazacorte, La Palma, Spain
    +34 651 015 550
  • Escape, Relax and Unwind

    Studio with balcony and a view in sunny Tazacorte, La Palma, Canary Islands

    Escape to a simple sunlit studio

    where you can enjoy a glass of wine and a sunset sea view from the privacy of your own balcony.

     

    Centrally located in the village of Tazacorte (the sunniest village of Europe, 20 to 24°C year round) and a short walk to the beach, this fully furnished apartment has just what you need so you can relax and unwind.

     

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