La Palma is one of Spain’s Canary islands, located off the north west coast of Africa. This is the greenest of all the canary island, known as ‘The Beautiful Island’ its scenery is breath taking, thick with volcanoes, vineyards and pine forests – in 1983 the entire island was declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO. The island is home to just over 83,000 residents and has a land area of 708 sq. kilometres, the economy is primarily based on agriculture and tourism, although it’s tourism is minute in comparison to some of the other Canary Islands.
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Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to La Palma?
Despite being located closer to Africa than Europe, La Palma is actually a part of Spain and is therefore part of the EU. However, there will be minor taxes charged on items from the UK, which means you will need the right declaration forms when posting to La Palma.
Luckily, Parcel2Go are on hand to help. When you book your delivery through us, we take all the guess work out of international shipping – we will send you all the declarations forms specifically for your delivery which you can print out along with your label.
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to La Palma
Sending a parcel to La Palma costs as little as £60.77 when you order through Parcel2Go. Plus, you can customise your order to ensure that it’s tailored to both your needs and your budget, whether you want a collection or drop-off service, signed for delivery or extra cover.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to La Palma?
As La Palma is a part of Spain, you should address your parcel in the same way that you would a Spanish address, only with the island name ‘LA PALMA’ and the territory ‘THE CANARY ISLANDS’ on the last line of the address in block capitals.
You can refer to the Universal Postal Unions guide to Spanish addresses here