La Palma Rentals

Here you will find holiday rentals in La Palma, Spain. Simply choose your favoured town from the main menu or list below to start your quest. This gives you a cheaper and unique alternative to a hotel in La Palma with all the comforts of home with some sunshine thrown in for good measure. Find cheap or luxury La Palma holiday rentals and book direct with the owner or local agency to save your hard earned money. With holiday accommodation in apartments, houses and villas being offered to rent by the day, week or month on offer in La Palma, something is bound to suit your family or party.

Torrevieja Villas Costa Blanca south

Torrevieja Villas Costa Blanca south
only 406 Euros
(370 GBP) weekly

Self Catering In La Palma

With no reservation costs to you or the owner, you can be certain to find a self catering holiday apartment or villa in La Palma at a sensible price. Please check with the owners what is and what is not included prior to your booking, to avoid any problems and ask for information on the neighbourhood. Try to find accommodation in La Palma with a flexible start and end date for the best deals on flights if you can.

If you cannot see the La Palma resort you are seeking, then try the nearest town, on which you can find more options to pick from.


La Palma Spain Towns

Please Select

Why not check a few of the other La Palma towns above that you might not be familiar with to compare the prices and facilities being offered, the less famous and popular resorts often offer better value for your money.

La Palma
One of the smaller of the "Isla Canarias" with a land area of just about two hundred and seventy square miles and a resident population of just ninety thousand inhabitants, La Palma is yet a buoyant tourist favourite. Of volcanic derivation this is the extreme north western of the Spanish Canary Islands, but still luxuriates in a wonderful climate as you would expect in its location just about 100 miles from the Moroccan Coastline, extremely warm cordial winters, sultry springs and autumns, plus sizzling summers blend to make it a tourist destination three hundred and sixty five days of each year, after all, what could be more pleasant than spending your Christmas in the sunshine?La Palma

The isle is overshadowed by the volcano and mountains which can be covered in snow in the winter months, but you can still sunbathe on the many beaches a few kilometres away. The hinterland is an attraction in its own right with bus tours popular to the many national parks, craters and breathtaking valleys. Travellers arrive via either the regular ferry from the mainland or land at Santa Cruz de La Palma Airport (SPC), with a fairly narrow availability in comparison to the bigger islands nearby, flights should be reserved well in advance of your stay to avoid disappointment or if your holiday dates are rigid.

There are only just about ninety hotels dotted around on La Palma, enough to be diverse, but not too numerous to tarnish this stunning island, they are commonly targeted at the family business so consider a few to find your own quality rating and budget range. Holiday rentals can be reserved direct, although short in number both houses, villas, casitas and flats can be found.

The isle of La Palma is a base to about a dozen astronomical observatories perched high up the mountain tops, so you realise you'll get cloud free blue skies to enjoy your visit. If you don't intend to take group tours in local coaches, car hire can booked and if required picked up directly from the Santa Cruz de La Palma airport terminal. Property and real estate on La Palma is obviously a bit limited, but can be had with some patience.

X Select Currency
Select which currency to convert to