5 La Palma Cruise Reviews

Very small port, one major street with shops and bars. Ok to get off for a couple of hours
Very small port, one major street with shops and bars. Ok to get off for a couple of hours Read Less
Sail Date October 2016
Bus trip to caldera, brief walk there and back, followed by half and hour in the most dire winery I've had the misfortune to have a tasting. And then a trip to a pottery/souvenir shop. Bit of a waste of a morning.
Bus trip to caldera, brief walk there and back, followed by half and hour in the most dire winery I've had the misfortune to have a tasting. And then a trip to a pottery/souvenir shop. Bit of a waste of a morning. Read Less
Sail Date December 2015
We were lucky that we docked on the first Sunday of the month as the local craft market was on. A wide variety of homemade goods and car boot sale items. Free samples of liqueurs and a band playing. We then walked down the main street ... Read More
We were lucky that we docked on the first Sunday of the month as the local craft market was on. A wide variety of homemade goods and car boot sale items. Free samples of liqueurs and a band playing. We then walked down the main street called O'Daly street. Keep going right and you reach Columbus's ship or at least a full size replica. You cant climb on board but walk up to the fort and you can look down on it. A beer at the street cafee by the Columbus ship was 5 euros. Walk back down to the front and get your pint for 1 euro or an amazing hot chocolate for 1 euro 50cent. We only had a few hours at this port but that was more than enough as there was very little to see. Read Less
Sail Date April 2013

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