Built around 150 years ago, La Casita is one of the oldest cottages in the French Quarter of La Palma. If you are looking for a rural cottage on La Palma, Canary Islands offering peace and tranquility but by the beach and with a small town nearby - that little piece of magic - then here you will find something simply special.
With a view over the whole of the north coast of La Palma and a backdrop of lush green mountains to the rear, la Casita truly is a home from home in a stunning location.
Comprising fully equipped kitchen, lounge/dining area, large and romantic bedroom with wooded ceiling and bathroom en-suite with Victorian-style cast iron bath (a bath for two!).
There are two terraces/patios at the front of the house with various seating including loungers and deck chairs so you can soak up the sun or sit and read in the shade. There is also bench seating around a table so that you can enjoy meals outside, all with a panoramic view.
It is said that La Palma is one of the last places in Europe with a wonderful climate and little tourism. It is true that here, you can slip back in time and rediscover simplicity and beauty. The tranquil atmosphere of your traditional cottage will allow you to relax, enjoy the pure air and admire the incredible sea view.
La Casita was the original cottage built on the land of Finca Franceses. Later, a traditional farmhouse was built alongside it. Thus, La Casita, is now attached to the farmhouse.
The finca nestles in the fantastic scenery typical of the North Both La Casita and the farmhouse were built in the traditional style of the time with resources available nearby such as stone and pine. They are now completely restored, whilst retaining original and very special Canarian features.
La Casita has a wonderfully rich feeling of the past and yet happily benefits from selected modern conveniences.
La Palma is walking country - historically because of necessity and latterly because walkers appreciate its stunning and vastly contrasting landscapes. From the highest point of 2426m at Roque de Muchachos, swooping down to azure blue seas you will encounter pine forests, lava fields, banana plantations, almond groves and much, much more.
Discover hidden settlements of the north like Franceses, linked by ancient donkey tracks.
There is also a separate bodega (stone-built dwelling, traditionally a wine cellar) close to the casita. Guests are welcome to enjoy this special place which is cozy and enchanting and will enthrall you with its magical and calming atmosphere. Enjoy a romantic dinner by candlelight, or perhaps a game of cards, together with a glass of local red wine to make an evening to remember.
Free and unlimited WiFi.