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Very easy to find from the main town. Visitors centre with good information about the volcanoes on the island. It was very windy up at the top of the volcano! The walk wasn't very long although I believe there are other walks you can do...More
There is a small visitor centre, outside before walk up to rim there is an earthquake simulator, as soon as you step into the area the ground starts vibrating underneath you, giving you an idea what if feels like to be in an earthquake! We...More
You have to pay 5€ entry fee to be able to enter the area of the volcano. They have a small museum with information about the volcanos on La Palma. Also there is a path that leads to the crater of San Antonio. It is...More
We had a great walk, down towards the lighthouse and struggling back up the hill to the Visitor Centre by which time the cloud had settled in and you couldn't see a thing. Should have looked at the Volcano while we had the chance.
it is only a short walk round the rim of this crater (~30min) but it is very spectacular - given that it only erupted in 1971. You pay 5 euros per person to enter the site (irrespective of whether you take your car in or...More
We caught the bus up to the San Antonio Volcano Visitor Centre with the main aim of doing the walk back down to the lighthouse past Volcan Teneguia. We decided to pay the 5 euros each to go into the centre before we set off,...More
5€ per person entrance fee if you want to walk along the rim of the crater. This also entitles you to entry to the visitors centre and cafe. If was quite windy the day we went but it was a fairly steady walk, might be...More
Full day trip but no lunch provided.
Trip gave a good idea of La Palma and the volcanic activity - very informative.
Trip curtailed due to snow and ice on the upper caldera road.
Scenery quite spectacular and dramatic.
Coach, driver and guide excellent.
The answer is easy on the bus. You catch the 200 or 201 to Funtecaliente, from the rank of bus stops near the port on south side of town center in Santa Cruz. It was really cheap, around 4 euros. Then walk the 1 mile... More
The answer is easy on the bus. You catch the 200 or 201 to Funtecaliente, from the rank of bus stops near the port on south side of town center in Santa Cruz. It was really cheap, around 4 euros. Then walk the 1 mile downhill, we went into the tourist information right near the bus stop in Funtecaliente and she told us the way and gave us a bus timetable (roughly every hour,each number so approximately every half hour, with a siesta sometimes!) The buses go slightly different ways 200 through the villages and 201 on main road. The walk is signposted and you can see it from the road!
Lots of bars in Funtecaliente when you have walked back up!