The "green pearl" in the Atlantic Ocean, La Palma, was classified as World Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO
in 2002. Then the Biosphere Reserve that had existed since 1983 around
Los Tilos was extended to the whole of the island of La Palma.
Agriculture and green tourism are practised in an
ecologically sustainable way.
Therefore you can hardly find any of the huge tourist ghettos that were built
on the other Canary Islands.
Over the years, La Palma has become a paradise for hikers and
for people who like travelling individually. And we, as a tour operator offering holiday homes
since 1985, are proud to be one of those who have considerably and actively participated in this
on La Palma.