THE CRUISING LIFE – EIGHTEENTH CRUISE – SANTA CRUZ DE LA PALMA

A small but beautiful city, with a maritime flavor. Going for a walk here, by day or by night, is a sensation-filled experience. It is a place steeped in history. Santa Cruz de La Palma is a beautiful colonial-style city whose historic quarter, declared a Historic-Artistic Site, boasts many palaces, colonial-style buildings and houses bearing typical elements of traditional Canary Islands architecture. Other interesting places include churches and the Shrine of Virgen de las Nieves, where a centuries-old tradition takes place: the Descent of the Virgin of Las Nieves, the patron saint of the island. This glorious past can still be seen in the historic center of Santa Cruz de La Palma in the priceless legacy of palaces, colonial-style buildings and houses bearing typical elements of traditional Canary Islands architecture such as the wooden balconies.

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