Puerto Naos is one of the longest beaches on the gorgeous island of La Palma, a stunning swathe of dramatic black sand. The small resort is peaceful and low-key, but you’ll still find everything you need from shops and services to facilities for water sports. The beach has been awarded a Blue Flag for its fantastically clean waters and excellent amenities, and it also enjoys more hours of sunshine than almost anywhere else on the island! Inland, you’ll find stunning natural parks and nature reserves where you can go hiking among the volcanic peaks, and, if you fancy some shopping and sightseeing, the gorgeous little island capital of Santa Cruz is just a 45-minute drive away.
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Your guide to Puerto Naos holidays
The fantastic beach in Puerto Naos is its main attraction, a gorgeous swathe of shimmering black sand shaded by palm trees. It’s a relaxed and laid-back town, but you’ll find plenty to do, whether you want to soak up the sun, swim or snorkel in the turquoise waters, or take a diving excursion to admire the fantastical underwater landscapes. There are more superb beaches within easy reach, including Charco Verde, or you could head up the coast to Puerto Tazacorte, which is the starting point for boat trips and whale- and dolphin-watching excursions. Inland, there are some superb hikes through the stunning volcanic peaks of the Caldera de Taburiente national park and the Cumbre Vieja nature reserve, and the pretty island capital of Santa Cruz is only 45 minutes away by car.
Puerto Naos is the longest beach on La Palma, a beautiful 500-metre-long strip of black, sparkling sand that dips into crystal clear waters. The beach has a Blue Flag and features all the amenities you’ll need, from sunbeds and parasols to rent, to life guard posts, play areas, and showers. It’s also a famous paragliding destination, with jump locations on the cliffs behind the beach! The smaller beach of Charco Verde is tucked into a sheltered cover about 2 kilometres from the centre of Puerto Naos, and is particularly popular with families thanks to its quiet and shallow waters. There are more beaches nearby, such as the Playa Escondida and the Playa Tazacorte, which is good for wind-surfing.
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