Scattered. Over the island of La Palma itself, the view point of Casa Carlota covers most of its Eastern Side from Puntallana and S/C de La Palma to Breña Alta and Breña Baja.
The impressive panorama of Casa Carlota is unbeatable. It covers both sea and land. On the horizon you can clearly distinguish the islands of Tenerife and La Gomera. Being more than one hundred years old, the house has been conscientiously restored, keeping untouched the traditional style of its epoch. The house, facing the East, was wisely contructed to fit in with the environment and to take advantage of maximum of sun hours. Inside, its luminosity announces the dawn through its numerous large windows. The large drawing room is most attractive. It includes the old kitchen with a bell chimney, a wooden cupboard and old style tiles. The room is traditionally furnished and decorated. The small bathroom keeps a special personality due to its rustic travertine marble. Three bedrooms decorated with exquisite taste add to the warmth of the wooden ceilings and floors of the whole house. We get to the house through the attractive footpath PR LP 18, that goes from Los Cancajos beach (8 minutes by car) to the distant Refuge of El Pilar, a route still unexplored by most of the Isla Bonita inhabitants. In Casa Carlota you can, no doubt, enjoy nights of stars, silence and nature plus a comfortable nest of love so desired by those who sigh for retirement and inspiration, reading or writing.