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Our Service

  • We find the perfect house for you on La Palma, Canary Islands!
  • We start where others use to quit!
  • Our commission is 3% from the buyer!
  • You benefit from our 21 years experience on this Island!
  • We are specialized in the sunny western part of La Palma!
  • Our special offer: Gardendesign! We design and create your garden!

We provide a complete service:

  • legalize your property
    We help you to legalize your property or your house!
  • accompany to the authorities
    We accompany you to the authorities, the notary,
    the property register
    or whatever institution you may have to go!
  • get your NIF Number
    We help you to get your NIF Number (spanish registration number)!
  • electricity, telefone, water
    We get the electricity, the telefone and the water working for you!
  • bank connection
    We have the right connections to the bank of your choice!
  • best builders at hand
    We have the best builders at hand if you need to renovate or extend your house!
  • document translation
    We translate your important documents and help you to find your way through!
  • make your dream
    We tell you what else you should know to make your dream working!

 

Find out more about your new home:

The "Isla Bonita" is a little gem, and is considered the greenest of the Canary Islands, a microcosm with enormous diversity. 47 km long and up to 29 kilometers wide, with a surface area of ​​about 728 square kilometers.

The highest point is the "Roque de los Muchachos" with 2426 m above the sea.

Geographic center of the island is the Caldera de Taburiente, a gigantic crater of 28 km circumference and 9 kilometers in diameter. Since 1954, the unique natural area is a Spanish national park. He is considered the largest crater in the world.

The "Cumbre" splits  La Palma from north to south into two parts, forming a kind of weather divission. The east a lush vegetation with regular rainfall.  The sunny West, however, is dominated by cactus, palms and succulents.

Capital is Santa Cruz - whether by plane or boat, here every visitor arrives. Already Columbus fueled water here before he sailed to the far West.

There are living about 85,000 people on the island trying their luck  more and more in the tourism. Unfortunately agriculture (except the monoculture of bananas and avocados) is almost completely neglected.

   The weather. The island La Palma is part of a larger climate system, which includes all the Canary Islands, but due to its topographical location -  the height of the mountains, the Island is blessed with its own microclimate.

Predominant is of course the Gulf stream. These passat winds are slowed down by the high mountains and create from Garafia to Fuencaliente the moisturizing layer of clouds. So it can drizzle in the east, while there is the glorious sunshine in the west. Over the year, the area between Tijarafe and Tazacorte has the most sunshine hours.

Once it is exceptionally hot, we are reminded that we live relatively close to the largest desert in the world, this wind blowing from the Sahara  is called "Levante" or "Calima".

Between November and April, the Canary Islands are occasionally visited by storms carrying moist air from the Atlantic to the islands and can cause very heavy rainfalls. And if these low pressure fronts are cold enough, it can even snow on the "Roque de Los Muchachos".

Normally, La Palma is known for its temperate and equable climate, but  now and then we can experience violent winds.

Of course, we wish all our guests blue sky with bright sunshine. However, please remember that La Palma would not be the green island, when the rain was missing.

    The Atlantic is a wonderful ocean, but  sometimes also dangerous. It can be as calm as a lake, but  depending on swell and wind  in the months from October to April, it can be transformed in a raging monster, with an exceptional suction near the beach.

Every year the atlantic demands his unwary victims, mostly tourists who ignore the red flag. Therefore be careful! Never swim alone on lonely beaches, without other people who can call for help in an emergency. It also happened that a tourist has ventured too close to the waves to shoot a great photo, and was then carried away by them.

There are supervised beaches for example in Tazacorte, in Puerto Naos and Charco Verde. Also in the south near Fuencaliente are several small beaches. 

If you ever see foamy patches on the water, depending on the weather or ocean current - do not worry! Many consider this phenomenon some kind of contamination from sewage pipes or something alike. This is not so!
It is to dead algae that undergo a fermentation process whatsoever and then generate the aforementioned foam. You can swim without damage.