Puntagorda is a quiet little village with about 2,000 inhabitants in the north-east of the island of La Palma. It is located at a height of about 600 m on the slope of one of the largest, fortunately not active, volcanoes in the world.
Its main attractions are the farmers market (El Mercadillo) with its three stunning viewpoints over the Baranco de Izcagua and the cave houses in the ‘port’ (El Puerto).
Furthermore, during the year there are many festivals such as, the Almond festival, Carnival and the festivals in honor of the patron of Puntagorda San Mauro Abat, with the highlight being the Romeria. There is also a swimming pool that is only open in the summer.
Casa Demetria is located one kilometer from the center of the village on a finca with about fifty avocado trees. It is a quiet rural area.