Destination La PalmaDestination La Palma

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Though small, La Palma is surprisingly good for retail therapy; shopping centres and small businesses intermingle.

When the artist Fernando Llort decided to live in La Palma, no-one could imagine how great his influence would be. His style was quickly taken over by the island dwellers, so you can now stroll along picturesque, colourful shops with beautifully painted woodwork. You will also certainly encounter other craft products at La Palma, such as clothing, ceramics and embroidery, all often in the same colourful style.

Eating and drinking
Red, white and rosé wines are produced on La Palma, including the world-famous Malvasia and the te-a-wines. In addition, you will also find goat's cheese made from raw milk throughout the island, possibly smoked above glowing almonds.
The presence of sugar cane has established a tradition of confectionary on the Canaries. Try rapaduras, almendrados cakes, the spongy marquesotes and the sweet almond cheeses. In addition, the island-dwellers also know how to make excellent rum from sugar. The mistela is a popular rum, flavoured with citrus and cinnamon.

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