La Tahona Centro Artesanal
La Tahona Centro Artesanal

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4.5 of 5 bubbles2 reviews
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2014 • Couples
If you've found Las Tricias you've arrived in a lovely corner of La Palma. After taking in the views, trees, caves and coast we popped into the old flour mill (Tahona) by the church and were delighted by the mix of crafts on display and on sale. A very genuine experience, with all kinds of authentic local handiwork at fair prices. Baskets, leather, stone jewellery, ceramics and glass all featured, and we bought one piece which the shopkeeper humbly told us she'd made herself! Excellent.
Written February 8, 2014
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