The full tourist recovery of La Palma will take time, with some 4,000 of the 8,000 accommodation places identified still closed due to the presence of gas, but the attractiveness of the volcano has allowed the gradual return of visitors, many attracted by this phenomenon. .

It is difficult to calculate how many tourist beds there were before the volcanic eruption, since part of the supply corresponds to holiday homes or rural houses in an “illegal” situation, but they could total 12,000 in total, explains Carlos GarcĂ­a Sicilia, vice president of hotel management, Ashotel, on the island.

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