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I have just returned from family holidays on La Palma, one of the less popular Canary Islands. The tourism is not very present there with just few hotels across the island and rather with the banana plantations dominating the scenery. You may have seen previously the wonderful reportage from this island presented by adramad.

Roque de los Muchachos in the Caldera de Taburiente National Park is the highest point of the island at 2426 m above the sea level. You can drive to the very top by car. From the summit some lovely walks start which allow to appreciate this amazing volcanic landscape. This photo was taken not far from the summit.

You can imagine how excited was my family when I forced them to leave the convenience of the all-inclusive hotel to enjoy this rough moon-like landscape.

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