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Growing Areas

There are three, distinct districts that coincide with the sub-zones that the “LA PALMA” DENOMINATION OF ORIGIN OF WINES is divided into. Click on the name of one of the wine-growing sub-zones on the map for more information about it.

La Palma is the North-Westernmost of the Canary Islands. It is 708 km2 of overwhelming terrain. Its high mountain peaks, deep gorges, volcanic areas and lush forests fill each and every corner with contrasts, which is why it is so often referred to as "La Isla Bonita" or “The Beautiful Island”. The highest point is El Roque de los Muchachos, at 2,426 m, although almost the entire dorsal ridge exceeds 2,000 metres.

Like the other Canary Islands, its origins are volcanic, although it stands out from the other islands because of the green of its countryside and the abundance of water, as La Palma is the only Canary Island with streams or creeks.

There are many places to see and visit on La Palma, from natural areas of great value and beauty, to cultural, historic and ethnographic centres. We also suggest you enjoy the local cuisine and, of course, its wines.

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