Mid-Atlantic Canarian cuisine
The gastronomic offer of the Parador de La Palma is based on traditional Canarian cuisine, the result of the crossbreeding generated by the products that arrived from America. An honest and simple cuisine in which products such as cheese, gofios, corn, black limpets, shrimps, fish such as wreckfish, amberjack or yellowfin tuna, rabbit, kid, potatoes and mojos stand out.
A gastronomic window to the immensity of the ocean
From the window of the cosy restaurant you will be able to contemplate the view of the islands of Tenerife and La Gomera in the immensity of the Atlantic Ocean. At your table, you will enjoy the best Canarian flavours and specialities such as watercress or chickpea stew with a variety of meats. Try the fresh fish, grilled or boiled, accompanied by a mild mojo or picón (spicy) sauce and complete the experience with tropical fruit desserts and La Palma wine.
Type of kitchen
Papas arrugadas (wrinkled potatoes) with Canarian mojo sauces and almogrote (cheese spread), peto a la plancha (grilled fish), Príncipe Alberto (dessert) with cream, bienmesabe.
The Isla Bonita
La Palma, a World Biosphere Reserve, has a great diversity of ecosystems. In just a few kilometres you can enjoy volcanic landscapes, great cliffs, arid coasts and laurel forests. The Caldera de Taburiente National Park and the Roque de los Muchachos are the two most special places on the island and they’re both unmissable.